The Vermont Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (VCDHH) has a century of academic tradition. From day care and pre-school through high school and post-high school life skills support, our educational programs bring together challenging academics, meaningful extracurricular activities, an outstanding faculty, supportive environment, and a beautiful campus to help your child grow toward a healthy, happy and well-rounded adulthood.
Our whole-child approach means that your child’s educational and support needs are assessed and addressed continually along his or her growth path, and our personalized attention and range of programs ensure that each student’s learning plan evolves along with him or her.
On-site athletics, rich extracurricular activities, counseling, physical and occupational therapy, independent living skills training, and educational field trips are just a few of the ways our schools reach beyond pure academics to nurture the whole child.
With both residential and day programs, we can work with you to tailor your child’s educational experience to your family’s needs. Families are always invited to special events like Thanksgiving dinner, the Sports Banquet and holiday performances. We also offer supportive services to the families of our students, such as transportation assistance and American Sign Language (ASL) acquisition.
Come visit and you will see that we are not just a school; we are family. We’d like to be part of yours.