Welcome to the Humboldt High School's Deaf/ Hard of Hearing Program!

2022 Seniors
  • Humboldt High School serves students who have hearing differences in grades 6-12. Our mission is to provide a globally-focused community of active learners. We prepare students with hearing differences to become positive contributing members of their communities and work to support all students reach their highest personal potential. 

    Program Highlights:

    • Learning opportunities in both self-contained and general education classrooms.
    • Co-taught courses in Math, Science, History and English.
    • Math and Reading courses taught in ASL.
    • Advanced Placement (AP), College in Schools (CIS) and PSEO
    • College preparation programs including AVID, TRIO and College Possible.
    • Opportunities for job skills training (resume building, S.T.E.P.S, and CVI)
    • JROTC
    • Extracurricular activities
    • Empowerment through interaction with members of the Deaf/HH community.
    • Variety of communication modes including ASL, spoken and written English, simultaneous communication and captioning.
    • Career training programs including AOIT, Certified Nursing Assistant and welding.
    • Transition/independent living skills development.
    • Spoken language interpreters for Karen, Somali and Spanish on staff.



    • Teachers of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing
    • Certified Sign Language Interpreters
    • Captionists
    • Signing Educational Assistants
    • Social Worker specialized for D/HH
    • Signing Audiologist
    • Speech Language Pathologist
    • Collaboration with VOA and VRS
    • ASL Specialist


DHH Community Participation class at the apple orchard!
Exploring Saint Paul!
Some of our DHH Students at Humboldt

Need a Sign Language Interpreter?

Contact Us:

  • Phone:  651.293.8600

    Video Phone:  651.964.1581

    Fax:  651.293.8605