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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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    Current Issue of the Red & White Student Newsletter

    The High School Program would like you to read their latest version of The Red & White News. It is chock full of facts, fun, updates, and creativity. You can read the latest issue in Adobe Spark Online Format, PDF Format, or Word...

    Learn more on Current Issue of the Red & White Student Newsletter
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    Woodbine Workshop & Funky Friday Cancellations

    Don't forget to receive updates on calendar events. Overbrook School for the Blind encourages you to check out all the ways to get great information, website, Instagram, and Facebook.  Regretfully, January's parent workshop...

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Jan 24

Jan 24

Nevilaires Choir Practice

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Jan 26

BSO Men's Goalball

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Jan 26

BSO Women's Goalball

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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Overbrook's Low Vision Clinic Upcoming

The Overbrook Low Vision Clinic
Any student enrolled in an Overbrook School for the Blind home, itinerant or campus-based program is eligible for a free eye exam through the Overbrook Low Vision Clinic. Comprehensive optometric and functional low vision assessments are provided through the Low Vision Clinic so that every student receives a thorough eye examination to determine the necessary optical correction and appropriate low vision aids. Medical and educational strategies are then combined to promote optimal visual abilities and performance.  
Coordinator: Jo Ann McNamee


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