•  Independence and Community Living Skills

    Students learn about voting at simulated polls on the campus.

    Our team of specialized professionals is committed to enabling each student to live as independently as possible. Students are taught to advocate for themselves and others.

    Career exploration begins in the early grades, and students learn important concepts such as personal health, time and money management, contributing to the community, and leisure time activities. Students are also taught to utilize technology and electronic equipment that make it easier to function effectively in school, at home, and in the workplace. 
     
    High school seniors receive transition instruction in areas such as housing, assistive services, budgeting, and applying for college.
     
     
     Students show their pride in the contributions of individuals who are deaf at the Deaf Awareness Walk each year. Learning to get along with others is taught as part of our counseling program.