Our school reflects the work of Anne Sullivan, after whom the school is named. Anne Sullivan was the teacher of Helen Keller, a deaf-blind child whose disability completely isolated her from the rest of the world.
Miss Sullivan found a way to communicate with Helen Keller and educate her in an integral way, helping her develop courage, strength and discipline, as well as bringing her great knowledge. Helen Keller overcame her disability to become not only a very well-educated person, but also one who, through her great love, gave hope and inspiration to disabled and healthy people alike.
Courtesy of the Library of Congress,