About Campus Life

Campus life is an integral aspect of the overall Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind (FSDB) experience for students who are deaf/hard of hearing or blind/visually impaired, whether they participate in the Boarding Program, or commute from home each day. From the football field and basketball courts, to the pool and bowling alley, FSDB offers students a variety of choices within a full range of athletics and recreational programs. Additional choices for students are available through extracurricular clubs and activities, as well as involvement in the performing arts, much of which is tied to the academic curriculum.

Students are able to enjoy independence and experience a wide range of opportunities within the safety and security of a beautiful 83 acre campus, where they can learn, live and play. Learn more about campus life at FSDB by exploring the links above or on the left side of this page.

Four deaf FSDB High School students walk down Palm Row.    Two blind FSDB students reading a braille book in their dorm.    FSDB Deaf Elementary students in garden club pose in front of crates filled with plants.