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Marie Philip School Residential Program

Home Away from Home

Marie Philip School offers two residential programs for qualifying students in middle and high school: 

  • Five-day, 11-month, or 

  • Seven-day, 12-month

Our program teaches vital transition skills needed for post-graduate life in a “home-like” atmosphere, with varying levels of staff support, and residents develop independent living skills. 

The residential program provides structure and community-based opportunities for students to master the following skills:

  • Personal Finance
  • Home Management
  • Food and Nutrition Awareness 
  • Decision Making
  • Community Resources
  • Accessing Transportation
  • Clothing Care and Purchases

Each residence has laundry access, a kitchen, and a computer lab. After-school programming includes after-school activities and athletics, a variety of internships, community service, homework support, tutoring, and/or opportunities for part-time employment.

Family Residence and Visitor Accommodations

The Learning Center for the Deaf is proud to offer a newly-renovated residence for visiting family members. As many residential students attend our program from out-of-state; therefore, our on-campus house provides a safe and comfortable setting for our visitors to stay, while experiencing life on campus.

Accommodations include a full kitchen, bathroom, two bedrooms and common living room space.

Frequently Asked Questions