South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind

Low Vision Options

Success Stories
 
Lauren Ellis Lauren, School for the Blind

“They go out of their way to make sure that we’re getting everything we need for Lauren’s education and therapy. We’ve been very happy with the progress she’s made and the people here.”

Dr. Paul & Lynne Ellis - Spartanburg, SC
 
 
 
SarahCastor
Sarah, School for the Deaf
“Sarah was a different child before she came here. She’s grown up. She has friends. She does things she would have never have been able to do at home. Now she’s going to go to college. There’s a future for her.”
Hope Castor - Cheraw, SC
 
 
 
Bo Dodd
Bo, School for the Deaf
“In just one year, Bo’s been challenged academically, excelled socially and his communication skills have grown. We are so impressed and encouraged with how the school grows and adapts with new technology to meet Bo’s specific needs with his cochlear implant.”
David Dodd - Greer, SC
 
 
ElizabethBerg
Noah, Cedar Springs Academy, & Elizabeth, School for the Blind

“Early intervention is key to parents who have children with special needs. From the moment you bring them home, all it takes is a phone call. The first phone call I made was to SCSDB.” 

Robin Roberts - Moore, SC
 
 
 
Brittany Bomboy

Brittany, School for the Blind

Brittany was very quiet and timid and now she’s very outgoing. Her grades have drastically improved. They can’t really get her to be quiet anymore! She likes to take charge of things!”

James Bomboy - Shaw Air Force Base, SC
 
 
 
Chris Larin

Chris, Cedar Springs Academy

“Chris has blossomed. The South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind is the best place I could have ever had my child. I am still shocked to learn every day how much he is learning.”  

Mara Larin - Moore, SC
 
 
 
Nalia

Nalia, Cedar Springs Academy

“It’s a great school. I love it because there are no limitations. There’s a special way that she can play tennis. There’s a special way that she can bowl. There are no limitations on what Nalia can do at this school.”  

Natasha Guess - Spartanburg, SC
 
 
 
TylerHorton

Tyler, Graduate, School for the Blind

“Because of SCSDB’s career and technology training program, Tyler was able to explore all kinds of career opportunities. Because of that…Tyler has landed a job working at the Kershaw Country Club & Golf Course!”  
Renee Horton - Kershaw, SC