K-12

K-12

St. Rita School for the Deaf offers students who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or apraxic, a full range of educational programming from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Working together with parents and local school districts, the staff of St. Rita School develop educational programs designed to meet the unique needs of each student.

Classes are kept small to meet the needs of diverse learning styles and give each student individual attention.

Teachers use visual aids and hands-on experiences to teach students about math, literacy, science, technology, social studies, and language.
St. Rita School is chartered by the state of Ohio and is accredited by the Ohio Catholic Schools Accrediting Association.  

We lay a foundation not just for higher education, but for community service by participating in projects within the school and the community.
Graduates of St. Rita School for the Deaf will demonstrate the knowledge, skills, competency and self-esteem to achieve fulfilling personal lives and careers. Empowered with a positive identity, they will possess the confidence, discipline, leadership and productivity that will enable them to become contributing members in society.
We are committed to the highest quality education for your child, and to a safe learning environment. We will nurture your child to instill a positive self-image with a passion for lifelong learning. We have complete faith in every child’s ability to learn and grow!
Extensive Resources and Support

All students at St. Rita School for the Deaf have full access to the school's comprehensive audiological, psychological, academic and career services. These services include: speech and auditory evaluation and training, cochlear implant support, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and personal, academic and career counseling.
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