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4000 Santo Tomas Drive|
Los Angeles, California
|School district||Los Angeles Unified School District|
|Color(s)||blue and yellow|
|Athletics||Crosstown League, CIF Southern Section|
Marlton School is a K-12 (K-5 for students who are not deaf) public school for deaf and hard of hearing students in Baldwin Hills, Los Angeles. This school offers a bilingual program in American Sign Language and English. Marlton was one of the first non-residential schools to be admitted to the prestigious Center for ASL/English Bilingual Education and Research (CAEBER) program called ASL/English Bilingual Professional Development (AEBPD).
The Marlton School Community is the only day school for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing in LAUSD. The school serves the entire district.
Marlton School is also prominent for its partnership with California State University, Northridge, Deaf West Theatre, Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness (GLAD), the Greenelight Foundation, and the Los Angeles Police Department.
It was founded in September 1968 as a pre-Kindergarten through grade 9 school. A high school program began in the fall of 1971, and the first student to graduate from Marlton's high school program, previously a student at Hollywood High School after attending Marlton's elementary and junior high programs, did so in 1972.
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