The historical past of Zabola proves that during all this time the village has had an active social and political, as well as cultural life, which is also suggested by the fact that organized education appeared here very early. In 1585 there was founded a Calvinist-Evangelical school, which functioned throughout several centuries. By the reorganization of education a village school was founded in 1873, which led to the closure of the religious schools.
Nowadays the village has 13 educational units, but secondary schools are only available at Zabola and Tamasfalva. An organic part of education is teaching the traditions to the young generations and preserving it. The Gongyharmat folk dance group is one of the brilliant symbols of this ideal.The group performs different Szek dances at several festivals, one of which is the Zabola Days, to the joy of local audience.The Zabola Days is an annually organized festival, a set of events and colorful programs for two days.