At Bohol Deaf Academy (BDA) the students are exposed to so much more than just reading and writing, they are trained in various other skills for daily living, for work and with good Christian values. BDA’s concern is to truly prepare its graduates for life after high school.
Because BDA is a residential school, learning doesn’t end when classes are out at 5:00PM. The students participate in chores like preparing meals, running the school store, and keeping their campus clean. They belong to dormitory bungalow units and have responsibilities for their “homes”. Students are able to seek after school help with their lessons from other students or staff. And they enjoy the on-campus extra curricular events such as sports and movies.
One of the best reasons for a deaf student to attend BDA is they are given exposure and training in many vocational skills. Hands-on training allows them acquire work skills in a professional setting that will prepare them to earn a living after they graduate.
It’s a very competitive world out there, and it really helps to have the advantage of a better education. Bohol Deaf Academy provides just that.