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Welcome to Sequoia Deaf School

Sequoia Deaf School (formerly Sequoia School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing - SSDHH) is a public charter school located at 1460 South Horne in Mesa. We serve Kindergarten through 12th grades on  our campus.  Sequoia Deaf School's faculty and staff consist of highly qualified and skilled deaf and hearing instructors who educate and prepare students to succeed in both the hearing and Deaf worlds.

  • Tuition FREE
  • Bilingual/Bicultural Program
  • Small class sizes
  • Related services provided
  • Transportation Options Available
  • After School Tutoring Program
  • Stampede Athletic Club
  • Campus-wide AIA Athletics
  • Student Organizations
  • FREE ASL classes for Parents and Relatives
  • Faculty members are highly qualified and trained in Deaf Education
  • Staff members are fluent in American Sign Language and written English
  • FREE College before High School Graduation

Sequoia Deaf School News


Posted On: 2018-06-11 09:12 PM
From Food and Nutrition Services...

No registration or proof of income is required. Free breakfast and lunch to any child 18 years and younger. Adult meals are available at a cost and vary by county and district. Dates of service and meal times also vary by site. Dates and times are sub
"I want to do everything in love," says Jeremy Fass, pastor of Silent Hope Church in Mesa. He is the first deaf man to lead a church in the East Valley. Kimberly Carrillo/Tribune Staff Photographer

Deaf pastor is first to lead an East Valley congregation

Posted On: 2018-04-02 09:48 PM
From East Valley Tribune...

Fass was born hearing but became profoundly deaf as a toddler due to complications from spinal meningitis. At age 4, he began attending the Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind in Tucson, where he lived until graduation in 1995.

Arizona School Grades for 2017 Partially Released

Posted On: 2017-10-09 08:56 AM
Arizona's new A-F Accountability System was designed to empower schools to achieve and increase success for their students. The system provides all publicly funded schools with feedback on areas of strength and those that may need additional focus.
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