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Missouri School for the Deaf
Missouri provides a well rounded educational program for the deaf children of the state through the facilities and services of the Missouri School for the Deaf. The Missouri Legislature established MSD in 1851, and it is the oldest state supported school of its kind west of the Mississippi River. Separate facilities are provided for elementary, junior high and senior high school students, and occupy a campus of nearly 90 acres. Students are prepared for the world of work and for post-secondary education opportunities, according to each individual's potential. MSD graduates are self-supporting deaf men and women who live and work in all parts of the state and through out the nation.