New York State School for the Deaf (Rome)
The New York State School for the Deaf, in partnership with family and community, provides a rigorous, diverse, individualized, bilingual (ASL and English) education in a barrier-free communication rich environment. We will empower our Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students to realize their full potential both academically and culturally to ensure independent, responsible, life-long learners who become contributing citizens.
401 Turin Street
Rome, NY 13440
New York School for the Deaf (Fanwood)
New York School for the Deaf, is the second oldest school for the deaf in the United States.
Serving students from a 12-county area, encompassing more than 36 school districts, New York School for the Deaf offers a rigorous standards-based curriculum. The school, also known as Fanwood, has a long-established tradition of providing excellence in education for deaf and hard of hearing students. Leaders in deaf education, New York School for the Deaf continues to showcase best practices in the classroom while promoting the success of students.
555 Knollwood Rd
White Plains, NY 10603
Rochester School for the Deaf
Rochester School for the Deaf is entrusted, empowered, and funded to provide and enhance the educational and life growth experiences in an optimal environment for children and students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
1545 St. Paul Street
Rochester, NY 14621
Phone: (585) 544-1240 | Video Phone: (585) 286-2808
Lexington School for the Deaf
The Lexington School and Center for the Deaf seeks to be an exemplary education, service, and research institution for the deaf and hard of hearing in metropolitan New York City, New Jersey, and the nation. We seek to collaborate with the deaf and hard of hearing to realize their full potential in both the deaf and hard of hearing worlds; and take a leading position in concert with the deaf and hard of hearing communities in articulating the multifaceted challenges, opportunities, and needs for services of the deaf and hard of hearing.
25-26 75TH Street,
East Elmhurst, NY 11370
(718) 350-3300 or (917) 832-1676
St. Joseph School for the Deaf
St. Joseph’s School for the Deaf will maximize the potential of each student and foster competence in literacy, critical thought, citizenship and personal independence through educational experiences that are purposeful, equitable and engaging.
1000 Hutchinson River Parkway
Bronx, NY 10465
St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf
St. Francis was started by Sr. Anne Behre on September 13, 1960 in a convent in Flushing, New York with four children. In 1963, the school moved to the Park Slope section of Brooklyn in order to accommodate more students. In 1965, St. Francis became a private state supported 4201 School, one of eleven schools serving deaf and blind students in New York State. In 1973, St. Francis moved to its present location on Eastern Parkway where it continues today to educate profoundly deaf children from infancy to eighth grade.
260 Eastern Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11225
Phone: (718) 636-4573 | Video Phone: (347) 227-0534
St. Mary’s School for the Deaf
St. Mary’s School for the Deaf serves the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community from all eight counties of Western New York. We are proud of our rich and diverse history, as well as our distinguished outcomes.committed to providing equitable access to exemplary educational programs that prepare Deaf Students to be self-directed, lifelong learners, who are productive members of society.
2253 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14214
Phone: (716) 834-7200 | Video Phone: (716) 239-4171
Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf
The Mission of the Mill Neck Family of Organizations is to enhance the quality of life for people who are Deaf, or who have other special communication needs, through excellence in individually designed educational, vocational or spiritual programs and services.
40 Frost Mill Road
Mill Neck, NY 11765
Phone: (516) 922-4100 | Video Phone: (516) 628-6160
Cleary School for the Deaf
Cleary School is a private, state supported program that has served the Deaf community of Long Island since 1925. Viewing all children as unique and individualized learners, we provide access to language, communication and learning for students from birth to 21 years of age, striving to prepare children who are deaf to become active and contributing members of society.
301 Smithtown Blvd
Nesconset, NY 11767
Phone: (631) 588-0530 | Video Phone: (866) 760-1750
The American Sign Language and English Lower School
PS 347 is a dual language school dedicated to bridging the Deaf and hearing communities in NYC. Our PK-8th grade students come from every borough. The majority are Children of Deaf Adults (CODAs). We offer the LEAST RESTRICTIVE environment for Deaf students in the NYC DOE.
223 East 23 Street
Manhattan, NY 10010
Video Phone: (917) 326-6609