School for the Deaf student is Boy Scout of the Month for six counties.
Our School for the Deaf won the Sportsmanship Award at the Gallaudet Academic Bowl.
A four-year scholarship is available for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Paul Watson earns his dream job and recognition from the Mayor's Committee.
Click on the photo for 2016-2017 School Improvement Council meeting dates.
Students will use Amazon technology in new after-school reading program.
Hornet Hoops Tournament supports athletics for seven years.
Grant makes unique summer reading program a reality.
To see the graduation ceremony, click on the photo at left.
Topics included working in teams, managing meetings, and establishing action plans.
The Walker Foundation names Norman F. Pulliam, Sr. first recipient of the award.
The color guard presented colors for the Department of Education meeting.
Lions Clubs International vice president joins students for Leo Club Chartering Ceremony
Students compete and learn about countries around the world at the International Fair.
Glendale Mason Chapter #175 donates large portrait of George Washington
Thanks to the contributions of community organizations, the athletes have a new field house.
Airport Art Show Features the Work of Our Students
Cedar Springs Academy graduate named Caring for the Carolinas Award recipient
Dr. Page McCraw has been named president of the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind.
Coastal residents now have close-to-home access to services.
Donald Davis presented wheelchair accessible tables and self-watering planters.
National Federation of the Blind of South Carolina sponsored a beeping egg hunt for residential students.
Area Lions clubs donated almost $60,000 for technology to increase independence.
Following the performance, students met their hometown legislators.
Students enjoyed an interactive session with a world renowned percussionist.
Thanks to generous donors, our athletes will soon have a new field house!
We're proud to have three first place winners and one third place winner in the statewide Braille Challenge.
Deadlines have been removed from Act 155 requirements.
Friday, May 29, 2015 will be a make-up day for students. If an additional make-up date is required, more information will be shared at a later date.
Thank you, National Federation of the Blind and SC Commission for the Blind
The Little Hornets took the YMCA soccer championship after an undefeated season.
Kaitlin Wilson’s artwork will be displayed at the US Department of Education.
Carpentry students are helping build a house through Habitat for Humanity.
School for the Blind students won the spirit stick at the Homecoming Pep Rally.
The possibilities for success were unlimited at the recent Technology Olympics.
Student-run businesses are an important part of the Applied Academics Program.
Students dig into a big, brown box filled with Kindle e-readers.
Student Council members posted signs to remind staff and students to speak their language.
Cheers were part of the kick off for our bullying prevention program.
Two buses filled with our students will head to Technology Olympics on Oct. 16.
Football is just one of many activities planned for Homecoming Week.