St. Rita’s highly qualified and caring teachers use visual aids, technology devices, and hands-on learning to teach math, literacy, science, technology, social studies, and language.
CMA supporters change the lives of the students who come to St. Rita School for the Deaf, located in Cincinnati. This incredible school teaches children with communication difficulties how to connect with their world. Extraordinary things happen every day as CMA funding supports this school.
Infants and students in pre-school, grade school, and high school find a nurturing, academic-rich environment to reach their full God-given potential.
St. Rita’s LOFT program is a center-based, full-day early intervention program for young children. Daily activities enrich and enhance each child’s language, cognitive, social, emotional, physical, and creative development.
From kindergarten through twelfth grade, students who are deaf or hearing-impaired or who have apraxia have a full range of educational programming, including religion classes in the Catholic faith. After-school clubs and activities further enhance their education.