Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH)
Our program is a regional program that provides access to quality education to students who use sign language from ages 3-21. We are currently serving 60 students from 18 different school districts north, east and west of Seattle, Washington. Services provided include:
Ultimately, DHH students gain the confidence, knowledge and skills necessary to accomplish their goals and become successful, productive and contributing citizens of society.
The instructional program focuses on the skills necessary to meet the proficiency and graduation requirements established by the
We provide a conceptually accurate signed environment using American Sign Language (ASL) primarily and Conceptually Accurate Signed English (CASE) with added support from a broad range of aural/oral and manual communication modes to meet individual student needs. Our goal is to provide a language rich environment that will enhance language acquisition and facilitate the development of communication competency in both ASL and English.
For more information:
Director of Deaf Program
Email: Alicia Carter
Last Modified on May 15, 2013