Kansas State School for the Blind
|Kansas State School for the Blind|
The emblem of the Kansas State School for the Blind.
|Campus size||10 acres|
|Color(s)||Red, white, blue|
|Website||Kansas State School for the Blind|
Kansas State School for the Blind (KSSB) is a fully accredited public high school located in Kansas City, Kansas, USA, serving students in grades Pre-K through 12. The school was established in 1867. It is located on 10 acres (40,000 m2) located in downtown Kansas City, Kansas. It opened its doors on September 7, 1868.
Commissioners were appointed to locate a State Asylum for the Blind in 1864 and the city of Wyandotte (now part of Kansas City, Kansas) provided 10 acres (40,000 m2) of land. The Kansas Legislature appropriated $20,000 to erect the building in 1867 and it was opened September 7, 1868.
- The school was commissioned in 1867 and completed in 1868. It was built in Wyandotte, Kansas which is now part of Kansas City, Kansas.
- Kansas School for the Blind
- Kansas Instructional Resource Center
- Helpful Resources from Outreach Services at KSSB
- Kansas School for the Deaf
- Accessible Arts
- American Foundation for the Blind
- American Printing House for the Blind
- National Federation of the Blind
- Audio Reader
- Kansas Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired
- Annual Catalogue of the Officers and Students of the Kansas State School for the Blind, 1913-1921 KGI Online Library
- Kansas State School for the Blind Biennial Reports, 1876-1958 (Incomplete) KGI Online Library