The Dominican School for Deaf Children is a public Catholic school that caters Deaf learners from 3–18 years, across the country. It was established in 1962 by the Irish Dominican Sisters. A large percentage of learners have a Secondary barrier.
The mission of the school is to offer the Deaf the opportunity to acquire the knowledge they need in order to find a place in the society which strongly characterizes by technical and scientific and/or Life Skills, as well as to impart a solid Christian Formation.
Chapel, 2 halls, 2 libraries, 2 computer centres, design and technology centre, tuckshop, boarding, 2 soccer fields, 2 netball courts, 2 tennis courts, 2 swimming pools
Netball, soccer, table tennis, volleyball, chess, drama, choir, traditional dancing, ballroom dancing, Latin American dancing, gymnastics, drum majorettes
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