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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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    Cool Adaptive Fashion We love it when a company thinks about persons with disabilities! Check out Adaptive from Zappos, Functional and Fashionable Products to Make Life Easier! 

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  • Stage at last year's holiday concert

    Holiday Concert this Thursday

    Mark your calendars for the upcoming Holiday Concert. Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 7 pm our students will sing and ring in the season. This holiday tradition is one of the most magical events of the year. We can't wait see the new...

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  • Overbrook School for the Blind would like to give a warm welcome to Mr. Peter Phillips, our new Physical Education Teacher! Say hello when you see him and welcome him into the community! We are pretty sure the students are in for some Phys Ed fun! Mr. Phillilps stepped right into bowling instruction and we are so glad...Read Full Post

    Posted: December 12, 12:45 PM
  • Please join us this evening for a dose of Winter Magic. This year's concert gets started at 7pm and there is parking on campus. We hope to see you tonight Under the Winter Moon.Read Full Post

    Posted: December 12, 11:27 AM

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Upcoming Events

Dec 13

PawPrint Shop Open

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Dec 13

The Snack Bar Open

9:00 AM - 9:45 AM

Dec 13

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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.