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Louisiana School for the Deaf
The Louisiana School for the Deaf was established in 1852, and has provided excellence in education for over 150 years. We serve approximately 500 deaf or hard of hearing children and their families, making us one of the major schools for the deaf in the nation. Our school is fully accredited by CEASD (Conference of Educators and Administrators Serving the Deaf) in acknowledgement of the excellence of our program. The Louisiana School for the Deaf occupies 116 acres of land on Brightside Lane just south of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. There are 22 major buildings on the LSD campus, including schools, dormitories, Senior apartments, a large Physical Education Complex, football stadium and auditorium.
Through the ASL Services Department, LSD provides interpreting or transliterating services for meetings involving employees and/or students who are deaf or hard of hearing. These services include parent meetings, IEP conferences, student evaluations/assessments, extracurricular activities, school performances, testing situations and/or explanation meetings, staff training and/or workshops.