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This is a list of schools for the deaf, organized by country.

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United StatesEdit

Deaf residential schoolsEdit

School Est. City State Grades Nicknames Conferences
Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind 1858 Talladega Alabama PreK-12 Silent Warriors MDSDAA
American School for the Deaf 1817 Hartford Connecticut K-12 Tigers ESDAA 1
Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind 1912 Tucson Arizona PreK-12 Sentinels WSBC
Arkansas School for the Deaf 1850 Little Rock Arkansas PreK-12 Leopards GPSD
California School for the Deaf, Fremont 1860 Fremont California PreK-12 Eagles Clerc Classic
California School for the Deaf, Riverside 1950 Riverside California PIP-12 Cubs Clerc Classic
Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind 1874 Colorado Springs Colorado PreK-12 Bulldogs Independent
Delaware School for the Deaf 1929 Newark Delaware K-12 Blue Hawks ESDAA 1
Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf 1964 Wilson North Carolina PreK-12 Fighting Hornets MDSDAA
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind 1885 St. Augustine Florida PreK-12 Dragons MDSDAA
Georgia School for the Deaf 1846 Cave Spring Georgia K-12 Tigers MDSDAA
Governor Baxter School for the Deaf 1957 Falmouth Maine PreK-12 Islanders ESDAA 2
Hawaii School for the Deaf and the Blind 1914 Honolulu Hawaii K-12 Dolphins Independent
Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind 1906 Gooding Idaho K-12 Raptors WSBC
Illinois School for the Deaf 1839 Jacksonville Illinois PreK-12 Tigers Independent
Indiana School for the Deaf 1843 Indianapolis Indiana PreK-12 Orioles Clerc Classic
Iowa School for the Deaf 1855 Council Bluffs Iowa PreK-12 Bobcats GPSD
Kansas State School for the Deaf 1861 Olathe Kansas PreK-12 Jackrabbits GPSD
Kentucky School for the Deaf 1823 Danville Kentucky PreK-12 Colonels MDSDAA
Louisiana School for the Deaf 1852 Baton Rouge Louisiana PreK-12 War Eagles MDSDAA
Maryland School for the Deaf 1868 Frederick Maryland K-12 Orioles ESDAA 1
Michigan School for the Deaf 1848 Flint Michigan PreK-12 Tartars Independent
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf 1863 Faribault Minnesota PreK-12 Trojans GPSD
Mississippi School for the Deaf 1854 Jackson Mississippi PreK-12 Bulldogs MDSDAA
Missouri School for the Deaf 1851 Fulton Missouri PreK-12 Eagles GPSD
Model Secondary School for the Deaf 1969 Washington D.C. 9-12 Eagles Clerc Classic
Montana School for the Deaf and Blind 1893 Great Falls Montana PreK-12 Mustangs
New Jersey School for the Deaf 1883 Trenton New Jersey PreK-12 Colts ESDAA 1
New Mexico School for the Deaf 1887 Santa Fe New Mexico PreK-12 Roadrunners GPSD
New York State School for the Deaf 1875 Rome New York PreK-12 Trojans ESDAA 2
North Carolina School for the Deaf 1894 Morganton North Carolina PreK-12 Bears MDSDAA
North Dakota School for the Deaf 1890 Devils Lake North Dakota PreK-12 Bulldogs GPSD
Ohio School for the Deaf 1829 Columbus Ohio PreK-12 Spartans ESDAA
Oklahoma School for the Deaf 1906 Sulphur Oklahoma PreK-12 Indians GPSD
Oregon School for the Deaf 1870 Salem Oregon K-12 Panthers WSBC
Rochester School for the Deaf 1876 Rochester New York PreK-12 Wildcats ESDAA 2
Scranton State School for the Deaf 1880 Scranton Pennsylvania PreK-12 Bears ESDAA 2
South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind 1849 Spartanburg South Carolina PreK-12 Hornets MDSDAA
St. Mary's School for the Deaf 1853 Buffalo New York PreK-12 Bisons ESDAA 2
Tennessee School for the Deaf 1845 Knoxville Tennessee PreK-12 Vikings MDSDAA
Texas School for the Deaf 1856 Austin Texas PreK-12 Rangers Clerc Classic
The Learning Center for the Deaf 1970 Framingham Massachusetts PreK-12 Galloping Ghosts ESDAA 1
Utah School for the Deaf and Blind 1884 Ogden Utah PreK-12 Eagles WSBC
Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind 1839 Staunton Virginia PreK-12 Cardinals MDSDAA
Washington School for the Deaf 1886 Vancouver Washington K-12 Terriers WSBC
West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind 1870 Romney West Virginia PreK-12 Lions ESDAA 2
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf 1869 Edgewood Pennsylvania PreK-12 Lions ESDAA 1
Wisconsin School for the Deaf 1852 Delavan Wisconsin PreK-12 Firebirds GPSD

Deaf day schoolsEdit

School Est. City State Grades Nicknames Conferences
Alexander Graham Bell Montessori School 1986 Wheeling Illinois PreK-5
Atlanta Area School for the Deaf 1972 Clarkston Georgia PreK-12 Panthers Independent
Beverly School for the Deaf 1876 Beverly Massachusetts PreK-12
Blossom Montessori School for the Deaf 2003 Clearwater Florida PreK-8
Bruce Street School for the Deaf 1910 Newark New Jersey PreK-8
Central Institute for the Deaf 1914 St. Louis Missouri PreK-6
Cleary School for the Deaf 1925 Nesconset New York PreK-12
Echo Horizon School 1983 Culver City California K-6
Harvest Christian Academy for the Deaf 1994 Ringgold Georgia PreK-12
Hearing School of the Southwest 2002 Coppell Texas PreK
Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 1869 Allston Massachusetts PreK-12 Cougars
Jean Massieu Academy 1999 Arlington Texas PreK-12
Jean Massieu School of the Deaf 1999 Salt Lake City Utah PreK-12
John Powers Center ---- Vernon Hills Illinois PreK-8
Kendall Demonstration Elementary School 1857 Washington D.C. PreK-8 Wildcats
Lake Drive Program 1969 Mountain Lakes New Jersey PreK-12
Lexington School and Center for the Deaf 1865 New York City New York PreK-12 Blue Jays
Magnolia Speech School 1956 Jackson Mississippi K-8
Marlton School for the deaf 1968 Los Angeles California K-12 Eagles
Memphis Oral School for the Deaf 1959 Memphis Tennessee PreK
Metro Deaf School 1993 St. Paul Minnesota PreK-12 Cheetahs
Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf 1951 Mill Neck New York PreK-12
Moog Center for Deaf Education 1996 St. Louis Missouri PreK-2
New York School for the Deaf 1817 White Plains New York PreK-12 Golden Tornadoes
Pennsylvania School for the Deaf 1820 Philadelphia Pennsylvania PreK-12 Panthers
Phoenix Day School for the Deaf 1967 Phoenix Arizona PreK-12 Roadrunners WSBC
Rhode Island School for the Deaf 1876 Providence Rhode Island PreK-12 Roosters
Rocky Mountain Deaf School 1997 Denver Colorado PreK-12
St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf 1960 Brooklyn New York PreK-8
St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf 1837 Brentwood Missouri Preschool
St. Joseph's School for the Deaf 1869 Bronx New York PreK-8
Sequoia School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 1998 Mesa Arizona K-12
St. Rita School for the Deaf 1915 Cincinnati Ohio PreK-12
Summit Speech School 1967 New Providence New Jersey Preschool
Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children 1947 San Antonio Texas PreK-5
Tucker Maxon School 1947 Portland Oregon PreK-5
West Tennessee School for the Deaf 1986 Jackson Tennessee PreK-6
Willie Ross School for the Deaf 1967 Longmeadow Massachusetts PreK-12

Defunct deaf schoolsEdit

School Established Closed City State Grades
Austine School 1904 2014 Brattleboro Vermont PreK-12
Central North Carolina School for the Deaf 1975 2000 Greensboro North Carolina K-8
Crotched Mountain School for the Deaf 1955 1979 Greenfield New Hampshire K-12
Detroit Day School for the Deaf 1893 2012 Detroit Michigan PreK-8
National Deaf Academy 2000 2016 Mount Dora Florida 1-12
Nebraska School for the Deaf 1869 1998 Omaha Nebraska K-12
South Dakota School for the Deaf 1880 2011 Sioux Falls South Dakota PreK-12
Wyoming School for the Deaf 1961 2000 Casper Wyoming PreK-12 Scranton State School for the Deaf 1880 2009 Scranton Pennsylvania PreK-12
Higher education
Recreational organizations

United States territoriesEdit

CanadaEdit

School Established City Province Grades Nickname
Alberta School for the Deaf 1956 Edmonton Alberta 1-12 Eagles
British Columbia School for the Deaf 2002 Burnaby British Columbia K-12 Grizzlies
E. C. Drury School for the Deaf 1963 Milton Ontario K-12 Spartans
MacKay School for the Deaf 1964 Montreal Quebec K-6
Manitoba School for the Deaf 2018 Winnipeg Manitoba PreK-12
Metro Toronto School for the Deaf 1962 Toronto Ontario K-8 Dragons
Montreal School for the Deaf 1950 Westmount Quebec K-12
Robarts School for the Deaf 1973 London Ontario K-12 Hawks
Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf 1870 Belleville Ontario K-12 Wolves
    • High SchooL(Spartans)

Elementary (Beaver)

OceaniaEdit

EuropeEdit

AfricaEdit

AsiaEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "BA in Theatre Arts, Education & Deaf Studies at the Institute of Education - University of Reading". Retrieved 14 January 2015.
  2. ^ "手話の学校「明晴学園」::トップページ". Retrieved 14 January 2015.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-01-18. Retrieved 2006-01-20.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)

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