Our school uses the Gőgös Gúnár Gedeon reading text book designed for first graders in guiding reading skills. It is a step by step process of familiarizing the reader with big letters and small letters, as well as compounded letters. It is a wonderful tool to assist school aged children in learning to read. The reading textbook contains poems, and a collection of long and short stories.
In addition, the School uses the Magyarország Kifestő és Foglalkoztató publication in order to take the children on a imaginary tour of Hungary, to allow them to become familiar with Hungary's beautiful sights.
Hungary and Hungarians
Hungarian National Studies
Hungarian Photo Gallery
Hungarian Language Studies
The Fall semester begins on September 22, 2013 at our location,
Rockville Memorial Library from 2 pm to 5
pm. The registration will also take place on this day. We continue the
folk dance class started last year. See the dates under the Calendar. We welcome everyone for
Important Notice!There is no Hungarian school on this Sunday (09/23). Next school day will be on 9/29.
The Fall semester begins on September 16, 2012 at our location, Rockville Memorial Library from 2 pm to 4
pm. The registration will also take place on this day. We welcome everyone for
2011/2012 SpringThe Spring semester begins on February 5, 2012 at our new location, Rockville Memorial Library from 2 pm to 4 pm. The registration will also take place on this day. We welcome everyone for the semester!!
This Sunday (10/16) the Hungarian classes will be held at Rockville
Memorial Library (99 Maryland Avenue, Rockville, Maryland 20850)!
2011/2012 School YearThe school year begins on September 18, 2011 at the same location from 2 pm to 4 pm. The registration will also take place on this day. We welcome everyone for the upcoming school year!!
St. Nicholas (Mikulás) Celebrations
December 5, 2010 St. Nicholas (Mikulás) celebration at the
Hugarian School from 2 pm - 4 pm.
December 11, 2010 St. Nicholas (Mikulas) celebration at the Hungarian Embassy from 4 pm.
The First Washington DC Metro Area Hungarian School would like to wish you a very Happy Holidays!
Increase In Hungarian Students
There are currently 26 children enrolled in the school, consisting of 14 children in the kindergarten group (ages 2 -5) and 12 in the school age group (ages 6-16 years of age).
2010/2011 School Year
In September, the 2010/2011 school year began with old and new students. Based on last year's experiences we have developed new lesson plans.
The First Washington DC Metro Area Hungarian School and Pre-School can now be reached through the internet. The current website contains important information about the school. The construction of the website is under development and will be refreshed continuously with information about the school's operation and upcoming events.