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Overbrook School for the Blind

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We are the Achievers and the Changemakers. We are Overbrook.

At Overbrook School for the Blind, students with vision loss and disabilities discover the hero within.

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    Transition to Kindergarten - Philadelphia

    Important information for OSB Early Childhood students transitioning to kindergarten in Philadelphia:   The School district of Philadelphia is holding informational meetings for families to describe the steps necessary to...

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    Designer Bag Bingo!

    Don't forget to mark your calendars!  Join Overbrook School for the Blind and PERC for our third annual Designer Bag Bingo on March 7th! The night includes a chance to win a designer bag throughout ten rounds of bingo, two bonus...

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    Posted: January 22, 8:22 AM
  • It's Huskies wrestling and cheerleading season! The students are training, giving their all and making practices count. They can't wait to get to work and show everyone how much they've grown as a team and individuals, and they're just getting started. Mr. Thomas was at practice to capture a few moments of the action!...Read Full Post

    Posted: January 16, 9:12 AM

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Upcoming Events

Jan 28

Huskies Cafe Open

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Jan 28

PawPrint Shop Open

10:40 AM - 11:30 AM

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Orientation and Mobility Starts in Pre-K

Orientation and Mobility Starts in Pre-School
Learn more about the extensive Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Program and the services the O&M Department provides to students at Overbrook School for the Blind and to students in the Philadelphia and surrounding areas.


A private non-profit school educating students with visual impairment with
or without additional challenges provided at no cost to parents.