At Overbrook School for the Blind, students with vision loss and disabilities discover the hero within.
Overbrook School for the Blind
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Award-Winning Farm to Table Program
Health, wellness, plant-based foods, and horticulture are all a part of daily education!
We are the Achievers and the Changemakers. We are Overbrook.
Connecting for Morning Meeting
What a joy it is to see our students, support our parents, and venture into this new normal together. We are so grateful for our parents, our staff and our students pulling together to make education continue and have some fun connecting as...Learn more on Connecting for Morning Meeting
Ms. Eva's High School Class is All Smiles This Afternoon
Ms. Eva's class is getting together, when it is possible, to keep on track and keep the curriculum going forward. We bet this does not surprise Joey at ALL! Ms. Eva, ensuring we have work to do AT HOME! No way! From the smiles on the...Learn more on Ms. Eva's High School Class is All Smiles This Afternoon
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Announcements & News
Want some great activities to do at home? Are you overwhelmed by all the resources out there? Why not start here. Ms. Eva gives us some great tips in the first issue of, The Husky...Learn more on Ms. Eva's Tips & Resources for Students and Families
Ms. Eva's class is getting together, when it is possible, to keep on track and keep the curriculum going forward. We bet this does not surprise Joey at ALL! Ms. Eva, ensuring...Learn more on Ms. Eva's High School Class is All Smiles This Afternoon
Enriching Student Lives in Every Way
We give students the opportunity to have amazing lives both in and out of the classroom! As part of the Expanded Core Curriculum, students are supported by a community that helps to foster friendships and navigate growing up. Social skills education, extra-curricular activities, and vocational skills are part of every day learning at our school.
A private non-profit school educating students with visual impairment with
or without additional challenges provided at no cost to parents.