The Scranton School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
School Description and Information
The Scranton School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children located in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania is a specialized school offering educational and residential services for deaf and hard of hearing students. The Scranton School offers a variety of programs designed to meet the individual needs of deaf and hard of hearing students. We are proud to offer the very best academic, residential, and support services at no cost to families.
The Scranton School adheres to an All-Inclusive Communication Environment where American Sign Language, Sign-Supported English, and Spoken English are practiced. The heart of our philosophy is that all children are special and each of our students is unique. We develop our programs around their individual needs.
Birth-Age 3 - Deaf and hard of hearing students and families are served through our Choices for Children Early Intervention Program in the home and daycare settings.
Ages 3-5 - Deaf and hard of hearing students attend preschool located on our campus
Kindergarten-8th Grade - Deaf and hard of hearing students attend school on our campus. All academic programs are taught by certified teachers of the deaf and are aligned with Common Core Standards.
Applied Studies Program (K-12) - Students with additional challenges are placed in our Applied Studies Program. Eligible students include those with Autism, developmental delays, and other applicable needs.
Residential program, after-school activities program, counseling, occupational therapy, physical therapy, mobility therapy, vision therapy, speech and language therapy, school nurse and school doctor services.