Welcome to the Humboldt High School's Deaf/ Hard of Hearing Program!
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 potentials.
- 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)
- 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 Hmong, Karen, Somali and Spanish on staff.
- D/HH teachers
- Certified Sign Language Interpreters
- Signing Educational Assistants
- Social Worker specialized for D/HH
- Signing Audiologist
- Speech Language Pathologist
- Collaboration with VOA and VRS
- ASL Specialist on site weekly
Video Phone: 651.964.1581