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California School for the Deaf, Riverside

California School for the Deaf, Riverside


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CSDR is Both Online and On-Site:

Campus is open for pre-K and elementary Day students effective April 26, 2021, and for middle school and high school Day students effective May 3, 2021. Online instruction continues for other students. The campus is closed to visitors.

COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist (PDF) Opens in a new window or tab.

COVID Safety Plan 2020 - 2021 (PDF) Opens in a new window or tab.

Updates will be provided by website, email, SMS, and phone. Revised instructional schedules are updated.

Visit the COVID-19 page for further updates. Distance Learning Plan

State Special Schools Reopening Guide (PDF) Opens in a new window or tab.

Introduction to Admissions Process with
Kristi Townshend, Admissions Coordinator

Our Admissions team at CSDR wishes you well during this pandemic and wants to share our admissions process.

CSDR is still accepting applications during this time.


Students at California School for the Deaf are engaged in a positive environment where ASL and English are valued, cultures are embraced, learning is relevant, and self-worth is uplifted. In collaboration with families and school communities, Southern California students prepare for college and careers through academic rigor, innovative technology, and extra-curricular opportunities.


Events take place only online in response to COVID-19 quarantine for our safety.


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School Founded by Perry E. Seely


Deaf/HH Children Served on Campus


Acre Campus located in Southern California


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California School for the Deaf, Riverside

3044 Horace Street

Riverside, CA 92506

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California School for the Deaf, Riverside (CSDR) is a component of the State Special Schools and Services Division of the California Department of Education. The school serves Deaf and hard-of-hearing students, between the ages of 3 and 21, who reside in the 11 counties of Southern California.

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