Listed below are schools for the blind that have a web site. If you know of other schools that have a web site, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org! Also, you may wish to take a look at The New York Institute for Special Education's list of such schools across the world, whether or not the school has a web site.
- Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind
- This Institute operates several programs, including Alabama School for the Blind and the Helen Keller School of Alabama, servicing children from preschool age to age 21.
- Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind
- This is a non-profit state agency which specializes in the education of Arizona children and youth with a hearing or vision loss.
- Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB)
- CNIB is a national voluntary agency providing services to individuals across Canada. Programs include counseling and referral, rehabilitation teaching, orientation and mobility, library services and career development and employment.
- Dorton House School
- Dorton House School and its related Dorton House College, located to the southeast of London in England, provide services to visually impaired children from nursery age until they are able to lead independent lives in their late teens. Children may be weekly or day pupils.
- Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind
- Located in St. Augustine, Florida, this is a state-supported boarding school for eligible hearing-impaired and visually-impaired students pre-school through 12th grade.
- Governor Morehead School
- Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, this school serves children who are blind or visually impaired at the campus and through its satellite locations throughout the state, providing a free, public education and other services that address the social, physical, intellectual and emotional aspects of the total development of children with visual impairments
- Illinois School for the Visually Impaired
- Located in Jacksonville, Illinois, this school is a residential/day school for students aged 5 through 21 who are visually impaired or blind.
- Indiana School for the Blind
- This Indianapolis, Indiana school offers pre-school through high school programs, free of charge on a residential or day school basis, to the young people of Indiana who are blind and visually impaired.
- Institute for the Blind
- Located in Worcester, South Africa, this school services visually impaired individuals from birth into their elder years.
- Iowa Braille and Sight-Saving School (IBSSS)
- This school provides comprehensive programs for children and youth with visual impairments, whether enrolled as residential students or as part of the outreach program of the school.
- Kansas State School for the Blind (KSSB)
- This school, located in Kansas City, Kansas, offers a variety of evaluations, vocational services, preschool and elementary programs, and more. Their site also offers their staff's answers to several Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) lists, as well as web pages published by some of their students.
- Missouri School for the Blind
- This school, located in St. Louis, Missouri, provides resources, expertise, and services to children between the ages of 0 and 21.
- New York Institute for Special Education
- Located in the Bronx, New York, this is a private, non-profit educational facility with programs for children who are blind or visually disabled, emotionally and learning disabled and pre-schoolers who are developmentally delayed. Students are ages 3 through 21, and are offered day programs or a 5-day residential programs.
- North Dakota School for the Blind
- This school is located in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Their services include evaluations, vocational/transition services, programs for families, to name a few.
- Oklahoma School for the Blind
- This Muskogee Oklahoma school (also called Parkview School) provides appropriate individualized academic, social and vocational education, evaluations and outreach services to blind and visually impaired children and youth residing in Oklahoma.
- Overbrook School for the Blind
- Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, this school offers a variety of programs including early childhood, life skills, outreach, and work experience.
- Perkins School for the Blind
- The first and one of the most well-known schools for the blind in the United States, Perkins provides services to students who are blind, visually handicapped, deafblind and multi-handicapped. Services can begin shortly after birth and continue to age 22, with some adult services offers via residential, day and community-based programs.
- Royal Blind Society
- Located in Burwood, New South Wales, Australia, this organization services blind and vision impaired children and adults, providing training and skills to enable them to follow the lifestyle of their choice.
- St. Lucy Day School for Children with Visual Impairments
- Located in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, this school was founded at the request of parents who wanted their children to receive the special education services they needed in a spiritually enriching environment. Students range in age from birth through 8th grade.
- South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
- Located in Aberdeen, South Dakota, this school offers a variety of services and programs to children from birth to 21 years of age.
- Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
- This school services students, ages 6 through 21, who are blind, deafblind, or visually impaired, including those with additional disabilities. Their programs includes functional academics, applied academics, career education, outreach, and summer programs.
- Thessaloniki School for the Blind
- Located in Greece, this school provides education to blind and partially sighted students, who come from several places in Northern Greece, such as Macedonia, Thessalia and Thrace. Programs include elementary through high school, daily dexterities, orientation and mobility, etc.
- Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind
- These schools service children, birth through 21 years of age, who are residents of Utah and who have a hearing and/or vision impairment.
- Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind
- This school, located in Staunton, Virginia, services children from birth to 22 years of age who reside in the western part of the state and have been referred by their local schools.
- Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children
- Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, this school offers programs to students from age 2 through 21. While legal blindness is a criteria for admission, students can be disabled by other conditions such as mental retardation, cerebral palsy and hearing impairment.
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