New Mexico School for the Deaf

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The New Mexico School for the Deaf is a state-run school in Santa Fe, New Mexico, providing education for deaf and hard-of-hearing students from preschool through grade 12. Established in 1887 by the New Mexico legislature, it is the only land-grant school for the deaf in the United States.[1]


Several of NMSD's buildings are historical landmarks designed in the Santa Fe Pueblo architectural style. The campus includes Dillon Hall, Hester Hall, Connor Hall, Cartwright Hall, Delgado Hall, Belle & Cora Larson Dining Hall, Lars M. Larson Residential Complex & Activity Center, James A. Little Theater, Library & Museum and the Superintendent's Residence.


High School Boys, Six-Man Football Basketball Track and Field

High School Girls, Volleyball Basketball Track and Field

Middle School Boys Flags Football JV Football Basketball U-16 Rugby

Middle School Girls Volleyball Basketball

Elementary Soccer Basketball

State Championships Class Year:


  1. ^ Gannon, Jack. 1981. Deaf Heritage–A Narrative History of Deaf America, Silver Spring, MD: National Association of the Deaf, pp. 49–50 (PDF Archived 2012-03-28 at the Wayback Machine. PDF)

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Coordinates: 35°40′37″N 105°57′23″W / 35.6769°N 105.9563°W / 35.6769; -105.9563