Arkansas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
The Arkansas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired is an academic and specialized school serving students with vision loss ages birth through 21. On-campus classes for residential or day students begin with pre-school and end with 12th grade graduation. Regular academic and specialized education, including the Expanded Core Curriculum for the Visually Impaired Student, is taught by teachers who are certified in core academic areas, as well as in Teaching the Visually Impaired Child. An Infant Toddler Program serves newborns through age 3, with teachers traveling throughout the state to bring educational activities to very young children, their parents, day care/schools, and caregivers. The school is fully accredited by the State of Arkansas and the North Central Association.