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The Arkansas School for the Deaf was founded in 1850. Since that time, ASD has evolved to become a leading resource in the field of Deaf Education, providing world-class academics and career readiness for all of Arkansas' Deaf and Hard of Hearing students and their families. We hope you enjoy your visit.

Silent Sunday 2018

Silent Sunday 2018 is coming soon! Join us on November 4th for the 29th year of this fun, family event. Sponsored by the Central Arkansas Independent Restaurant Operators, Silent Sunday has become one of the most anticipated fall events in central Arkansas. All the proceeds from this exciting event go directly to technology programs at the Arkansas School for the Deaf. Again this year, Central Arkansas' best independent restaurants will bring their signature dishes to form the biggest tasting buffet in Arkansas. The BEST restaurants in Central Arkansas will be there! We hope you are, too!
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The ASD Foundation has launched a new website: See all the great ways you can support the ASD Foundation.
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Student Highlights


Shannon is a senior at ASD. In this video, she shares about her exciting experience here!


Levi was born in China and moved to Arkansas in 2016. He is in 7th grade at ASD.


Meet Danielle, a 2nd grader at the Arkansas School for the Deaf.


Irtesam was born in Pakistan and moved to Arkansas in 2016. He is currently a junior at ASD.


Mia is in 7th grade at the Arkansas School for the Deaf. Learn about her experience at ASD.

Mai Lee

Mai Lee is one of our post-secondary students in the Arkansas Deaf Career Center.
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