The secondary program at the Kansas School for the Deaf encompasses a wide range of programs for students grades 7th to Post-Grad. The program operates in a rotating schedule to provide students with experiences to develop skills and attitudes needed to transition into adult life. Technology is incorporated into a number of high school courses to provide students with an immersive experience in computer software, digital photography, internet use and other technology skill areas. Academic advisers assist students with their coursework to ensure they are meeting graduation requirements, while a Career Development and Transition Facilitator assists students with post-secondary education or vocational choices after high school. To learn more about the Transition Program visit the Transition Program Link under Academics. This program includes assistance with college admissions, financial aid, scholarships, and testing.
The secondary program believes:
KSD Driver Education instruction in ASL will be offered to secondary students starting on Monday, June 12, 2017. The students must be least fourteen (14) years of age before the first day of the course and will be provided an organized instruction in the fundamental driving skills, techniques, and knowledge. A minimum of 30 hours of classroom instruction, and 8 hours of driving and observation experience will be covered.