Residential and Day School

Separate facilities are provided for elementary, junior high and senior high school students, and occupy a campus of nearly 90 acres.  Students are prepared for the world of work and for post-secondary education opportunities, according to each individual’s potential.  MSD graduates are self-supporting deaf men and women who live and work in all parts of the state and through out the nation.

The Resource Center on Deafness

The Resource Center on Deafness at MSD offers a wide range of programs and services for deaf and hard of hearing children from birth to age 21, their parents, and their school districts throughout Missouri. We serve as the State's clearinghouse for information and resources on deaf and hard of hearing education, and we publish Deaf Education News, a quarterly newsletter for parents and educators.