The Dominican School for Deaf Children is a public Catholic school that caters
Deaf learners from 3–18 years, across the country. It was established in 1962 by
the Irish Dominican Sisters. A large percentage of learners have a Secondary barrier.
The mission of the school is to offer the Deaf the opportunity to acquire the knowledge they need in order to find a place in the society which strongly characterizes by technical and scientific and/or Life Skills, as well as to impart a solid Christian Formation.
Chapel, 2 halls, 2 libraries, 2 computer centres, design and technology centre, tuckshop, boarding, 2 soccer fields, 2 netball courts, 2 tennis courts, 2 swimming pools
Netball, soccer, table tennis, volleyball, chess, drama, choir, traditional dancing, ballroom dancing, Latin American dancing, gymnastics, drum majorettes
140 Visagie Street
PO Box 8149, Pretoria, 0001
012 321 2094