Deaf Schools / Deaf Programs for Students

Deaf Schools and Deaf Programs at Public Schools
Deaf Schools in Colorado

Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind
33 N. Institute St.
Colorado Springs, CO
719.578.2100 (v)
719.578.2101 (t)

Carol Hilty


Rocky Mountain Deaf School
1921 Youngfield St.,  Golden, CO 80401
303.984.5741 TTY
303.984.5749 Voice

Dr. Janet Dickison, Director

The Rocky Mountain Deaf School is a Jeffco Charter School. The Mission of the Rocky Mountain Deaf School is to provide Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children, preschool through eighth grade, a publically funded bilingual education that promotes academic excellence, full proficiency in ASL and English literacy, and that supports the home/school connection by offering a "Deaf friendly" environment that includes the RMDS personnel, the RMDS Board, parents, and the Deaf community.

Contact Information
Special Education Information

Child Find Intake Information

303-984-5741 TTY
303-984-5749 Voice


Colorado School Districts with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Mainstreaming Programs

Colorado Department of Education


Adams 12 Five Star Schools
Contact: Bernadette Velasquez
Position: Administrative Assistant
Phone:  720-972-4770 Fax: 720-972-4799


Cherry Creek School District
Bonnie Randle : 720-554-4276
Coordinator of Special Education

University Schools in Greeley
Diane Houghtaling
(970) 506-7035

JEFFCO Public Schools
Deaf/Hard of Hearing Program

This programming serves students Preschool through 12th grade with hearing loss and whose needs require intensive services by teachers of the deaf/hard of hearing, audiologists, speech/language therapists and mental health staff.

Educational interpreters and tutor-notetakers are available to support student learning.

Services are provided at neighborhood schools and at center programs which are located at Fletcher Miller, Vivian Elementary, Maple Grove Elementary, Everitt Middle School and Jefferson High School.



Douglas County School District
Dr. Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins, Executive Director

Contact Information
620 Wilcox Street
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Fax 303-387-0119

Deaf/Hard of Hearing--Significant Needs

This programming serves students Kindergarten through 12th grade with hearing loss and whose needs require intensive services by the teacher of the deaf/hard of hearing, audiologist, and speech/language therapist.

Use of sign language is incorporated based upon need. Educational Interpreter-Tutors are available for mainstreaming.

Located at: Summit View Elem., Cresthill Middle School, Douglas County High School, Highlands Ranch High School.



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