• Photo One: Tazmin Hill assembles a project in the library's makerspace. Photo Two: Aaliyah Zimmerman holds a tactile American flag.


    Our academic programs follow fully-accredited curricula that meet all state standards. Programs are tailored to meet the instructional needs of each student, and students have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma. With career exploration classes beginning in middle school, we work to ensure that each student is well prepared for college or career upon graduation.

    Educational Programs

    Our School for the Blind serves students ages 3 - 21 through five educational programs:
    • Preschool (Ages 3 - 5)
    • Elementary (Kindergarten - Grade 6) 
    • Middle School (Grades 7 - 8 )
    • High School (Grades 9 - 12)
    • Applied Academic Center (career exploration and work- based learning opportunities)

    We also offer classes through VirtualSC, a supplemental program of the SC Department of Education. VirtualSC meets rigorous state education standards.  
  • Teachers and Staff

  • Lessons

  • Measuring Success

  • Academic Competitions