Maryland School for the Blind

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Maryland School for the Blind
Address
3501 Taylor Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland, 21236
United States
Coordinates 39°22′3″N 76°32′10″W / 39.36750°N 76.53611°W / 39.36750; -76.53611Coordinates: 39°22′3″N 76°32′10″W / 39.36750°N 76.53611°W / 39.36750; -76.53611
Information
School type Private, special needs (visually impaired)
Established 1853
President Michael J. Bina, Ed. D.
Chairman Edward J. Veilleux
Gender Co-ed
Age range 0–21
Enrollment 185 (2/2/2012)
Website

Located in the northeast corner of Baltimore, the Maryland School for the Blind (MSB) is a private, statewide resource center providing outreach, school and residential programs to children and youth from infancy to age 21 who are blind or visually impaired including those with multiple disabilities. Each year the school serves 73% of the 1,800 students identified in Maryland who are blind or visually impaired.[1]

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