Indiana School For The Deaf

The Indiana School for the Deaf School Board meeting scheduled for June 16, 2015 has been cancelled.  The Board will meet on Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. in the Alumni Hall building, Media Center. We hope to see you there.
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Upcoming Events

Willard Summer Program

Date: 7/5/2015
Location: ISD
Willard Summer Program

Date: 7/6/2015
Location: ISD
Willard Summer Program

Date: 7/7/2015
Location: ISD
Willard Summer Program

Date: 7/8/2015
Location: ISD
Willard Summer Program

Date: 7/9/2015
Location: ISD

News & Announcements

ASDC Street Fest

ASDC Street Fest

American Society for Deaf Children is hosting at the Indiana School for the Deaf from June 25 to 28 this summer. The ASDC committee is excited to inform the community that there will be a huge community festival at ISD, called 2015 ASDC’s Community Street Festival where there will be tons of activities, vendors, exhibits, and hours of fun for all families, professionals, and community members. This event is open to public and everyone is encouraged to come and support the good cause of American Society for Deaf Children.
For more information on the ASDC, go to:

2015 Commencement

2015 Commencement

Thirty-one seniors graduated from the Indiana School for the Deaf last Friday, June 5th, marking the end of their time here at the school and with goals far beyond the gates, they made their steps towards their future when they threw their tassels into the air.

Indy Hawks Basketball!

Indy Hawks Basketball!

The Indy Hawks, a local Deaf basketball team, came to the Indiana School for the Deaf to give their annual basketball clinic and to compete against ISD HS students in the annual wheelchair basketball game.

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Superintendent's Message

With graduation just around the corner, I am bursting with excitement for those who will walk across the stage, receive their diplomas and throw their caps up into the air at the conclusion of commencement.
Graduation is special – it marks the end of one’s high school years, yet opens the door to new endeavors which are equally exciting and full of promise. Many will experience life’s ups and downs but many will always be able to remember the Indiana School for the Deaf is still here for them to visit, remember and to enjoy.
 I want to thank the teachers and staff who have made this past year a very memorable and enjoyable one. It was amazing at how everything went smoothly and without a hitch this past academic year. The things we accomplished, and the memories we made in capturing the Academic Bowl championship, producing the beautiful Shakespeare’s comedy “The Bard’s Birthday” and excelling in Math Counts competition, among other notable academic successes we experienced individually and as a whole.
A big round of hand waves go to the Athletics Department for producing winning seasons in each varsity sport, and for continuing to be positive role models for our student-athletes through whatever travails, struggles and joyous experiences our student-athletes earned, overcame and conquered. I am always beaming with pride when I see our Orange and Black enter their playing fields, heads up high and ready to go. You continue to represent our school at home and beyond.
Lastly, but not the very least – I want to thank each and every one of our parents who have entrusted the Indiana School for the Deaf with their child. Your confidence in us is what entails each individual member of our faculty, staff and coaches to give our very best in ensuring your child is educated and prepared for the world beyond our gates on an annual basis.
Yours,
Dr. David Geeslin
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