• Recreation
     

    The SC School for the Deaf and the Blind Recreation Program offers fun and exciting activities for students in the after-school hours. Activities are scheduled every evening Monday through Thursday. The program is designed for residential students who are on campus during the evening hours, but day students are always welcome if parents can provide transportation.
     
     
    Activities


    The recreation program for students who are blind includes physical fun along with library activities.

     
    Blind After School Recreation
    Physical activities include:
    • Bowling
    • Swimming
    • Weight training
    • Fitness
    • Pool
    • Foosball
    • Air hockey
    • Bean bag toss
    • Ladder ball
    • Volleyball
    • Kickball
    • Soccer
    • Wiffle ball
    • Football
    • Frisbee
    • And more!

    Many of the activities take place in the Bock Student Activity Center, which also offers a great setting for board games, music and social time.



    Specialized Staff

    The recreation coordinator is certified as a physical education teacher. She is trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid for lifeguarding.

     


    Accessibility

    The recreation activities are adapted to meet the needs of each student in our program and to make sure each student has access to the program. The activities are fun and designed to challenge the highly skilled as well as the physically and mentally challenged students.

     


    Fees

    All recreational activities are free to students.

     


    You're Invited!

    We invite you to call or visit to learn more about after-school recreation at the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind.
    For more information, contact
    Michael Sims, director of athletics
    Toll-free at 1-888-447-2732
    Direct line at (864) 577-7628
    e-mail at msims@scsdb.org