My son who is hard of hearing and has Down Syndroms has been attending Kendall since he was about 5 months old. They have an incredible team of loving and supportive teachers who work very closely with the parents to address each individual student's needs. Our child is now in his 1st year of full-day preschool and we receive daily email updates on the classroom activities for the day and individual reports about our son, not to mention, a newsletter every Friday and home visits to work with his teacher on his progress. For student's with special needs, they are also able to provide auditory sevices, speech, occupational and physical therapy. We love it here and truely feel that they love us!!!
kendall provides flexible group which means no grades for the students whoever are not met their academic level kdes will pull them away from their actual grades and let them do whatever they want do not send your child(ren) there
More information: What GreatSchools fails to mention is that Kendall serves children who are deaf, hard of hearing- thus the mention of 'special education'; students use hearing aids, cochlear implants or nothing. American Sign Language is used for instruction; individual and group services include speech, audiology, physical therapy, counseling, plus more that I may not be aware of. Transportation services is provided if pick-up/drop-off is within 15 miles (of the school or the Capitol Building, I'm not sure). Please visit the school if you are considering placement for your Deaf or Hard of Hearing child.