The Ohio School for the Deaf provides education to approximately 150 students in grades PreK-12 from school districts all over Ohio. Students are educated at OSD as the district of service, but remain a student of their home district. The home district must request placement for a student to attend OSD. Read more about the enrollment process below.
Established in 1829 the Ohio School for the Deaf has a rich history in providing specialized instruction for the students of Ohio who are deaf or hard of hearing. We prepare students for success in the classroom and in a post-graduation world that continually calls for more sophisticated skills.