To prepare individuals to reach their limitless potential by providing superior staff, facilities, training, and programs.
To transform the lives of those we serve beyond all expectations.
To be the recognized leader of diverse residential and community-based education, rehabilitation, and employment programs that prepare individuals who are deaf, blind, deafblind, and multidisabled to reach their potential in education, independence, and career.
Keith Named Assistant Principal of Alabama School for the Deaf
Kenneth Andrew “Andy” Keith was named Assistant Principal of Administrative Development and Continuous Improvement at Alabama School for the Deaf.
Marianna Greene Henry Special Equestrian Program Hosts Alternative Spring Break
AIDB's Marianna Greene Henry Special Equestrian Program hosted 12 students as part of Vanderbilt University’s Alternative Spring Break, a student-run service organization that is dedicated to motivating students to become active citizens through intentional community engagement.
Alabama School for the Deaf Team Wins Underwater Robotics Competition
Students Melika Washington and Brayden Weeks from Alabama School for the Deaf won top honors at the 2023 International Deaf/HH SeaPerch Challenge in Simsbury, Connecticut.
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