FSDB conducts personalized tours of the school campus for prospective families, parents and students, as well as tailored educational tours for school districts, community members, and members of the public.
Taking a tour of our beautiful campus in St. Augustine, Fla. is the best way to learn about FSDB. Tours are customized for each family of prospective students who have an interest in learning more about the school. Prospective students and their families will have the opportunity to see firsthand what differentiates FSDB while truly giving a glimpse of life as a dragon (Deaf Department) or cobra (Blind Department). Tours are conducted by appointment only Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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FAQs for Families
How many students attend FSDB?
What kind of transportation is available for students?
What kind of after school activities are available at FSDB?
FSDB provides diverse extracurricular opportunities for student participation in athletics, clubs and activities, performing arts programs, and recreational activities that take place in state-of-the-art facilities. Students also take part in athletic and academic competitions with public and private schools in Florida and at other deaf and blind schools across the country. Academic and athletic teams at FSDB hold national championship titles and regional awards.
What is the average class size at FSDB?
My child has cochlear implants. Can s/he attend FSDB?
What services are available for children from birth to age six?
What is the communication philosophy at FSDB?
All forms of communication are used and encouraged, including American Sign Language (ASL) and spoken and written English.