South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind

Low Vision Options

Overview

When the traditional school day ends, students at the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind participate in a variety of educational and recreational activities including:

• Tutoring programs and homework clubs
• Library activities
• Fine arts enrichment classes
• Athletics and physical activities
• Clubs and recreation
• Independent living skills
• Character education


Residential/Day Students

Students who reside on the main campus Monday – Friday may select from a variety of after-school activities.  Day students may participate in all athletic and after-school activities if parents arrange for transportation to and from the activities.


Accessibility

Activities in the After-School Program are adapted to meet the needs of each student and to make sure each student can participate in the activity. The activities are fun and designed to challenge the highly skilled as well as the physically and mentally challenged students.


Fees

There are no fees for the After-School Program at the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind. These activities are funded by a combination of state allocations and private donations. Student athletes may incur some costs for meals when traveling.


Contact Us

Academics: Cora Richardson, residential education coordinator, toll-free at 1-888-447-2732, by direct line at (864) 577-7835 or (864) 256-4192 VP or via e-mail at crichardson@scdsb.org

Athletics and Recreation: Michael Sims, director of athletics, toll-free at 1-888-447-2732, by direct line at (864) 577-7628 or via e-mail at msims@scsdb.org

Clubs, Character Education and Independent Living: John Reynolds, director of residentiallLife, toll-free at 1-888-447-2732, by direct line at (864) 577-7812 or via e-mail at
jreynolds@scsdb.org.

Fine Arts: Josh Padgett, fine arts coordinator, toll-free at 1-888-447-2732, by direct line at (864) 577-7863 or via e-mail at jpadgett@scsdb.org