New York School for the Deaf Celebrates 200 Years

NYSD will mark its 200th Anniversary July 1 to 4 this summer. Click here to scroll through historic photos and to view a video message from the school and the line-up of events taking place during the four-day celebration.

Spotlight on Lexington School for the Deaf

Fast Facts Lexington School for the Deaf was founded in 1864. By 1880 the founders secured funding to open a bricks-and-mortar school along Lexington Avenue in Manhattan. The current school opened in East Elmhurst, Queens, in 1968. Lexington School serves…

Cleary School for the Deaf Profile

Fast Facts The Cleary sisters founded the school as Camp Peter Pan in 1925. It became Cleary School for the Deaf in 1970. Cleary has multiple campuses, one in Nesconset, and the others in East Islip School District. The school’s…

New Feature: School Spotlights

Technology is a Bridge to Education and Communication at Henry Viscardi School Technology is an essential part of the classroom and social experience at the Henry Viscardi School at The Viscardi Center in Albertson, Nassau County. Read about it here.

Henry Viscardi School Profile

Fast Facts The K-age 21Henry Viscardi School at The Viscardi Center was founded in 1962 by Dr. Henry Viscardi, Jr. Today the student population is 166. The Hon. Robert E. Pipia, HVS Class of 1982, is a Nassau County District…