Adél Krupp, Grade Four Teacher

Adél Krupp was born and raised in the suburbs of Budapest, Hungary. She holds a State Teacher Training Certification and graduated with a double Masters in English Literature and Linguistics, and in Art History. She first experienced teaching as a volunteer for a year, teaching children in rural Gypsy communities and implementing a literacy program for Roma mothers. Adél’s early interest in Anthroposophy led her to obtain her Waldorf Teacher Training Certificate, which she completed at Sound Circle Center for Arts and Anthroposophy upon moving to Seattle.

Adél has several years’ experience teaching grade school at Three Cedars Waldorf School in Bellevue where she also served as a Board member. Her passion for outdoor education has led her to the Seward Park Audubon Center, where she offered parent and child classes.

Adél enjoys outdoor adventures, gardening, crafting, playing music, and spending time with her family. She joined Bright Water Waldorf School in 2015.