ASL for ISD

Learn American Sign Language

Indiana School for the Deaf and Indiana Association of the Deaf have this long-standing relationship that goes back decades and decades of collaboration. Both the school and the Association have this desire for the families of deaf children to be able to communicate with their deaf child and provide a wholesome home/school/social environment to that child.

ISD has given IAD a space to call home, to teach American Sign Language to community members, families, and businesses. With that in mind, ISD and IAD have an agreement that if the families of ISD students wish to take ASL classes, they can come to IAD and take our courses for free.

Of course, with an incentive to do the course for free, you will need to register and submit an initial payment of $155.00 dollars for the first ASL class. Through all seven classes will require True+Way ASL student access code for $25 dollars that is good for 6 months.

You will need to complete all seven ASL levels (ASL 101, ASL 201, ASL 301, ASL 401, ASL 501, ASL 601, ASL 701) and Deaf Culture in total eight sessions. For example, if you register for ASL 101, you will need to take ASL 201 the following session, then ASL 301, and so forth in order to be eligible for the refund of $150 dollars. Refund will be made at the completion of Deaf Culture course.

Definition of Family – Parent(s) or legal guardian(s). We will confirm the relationship between parent(s)/guardian(s) and the deaf child through the Superintendent’s Office.

For more information or questions, please contact the IADemy Director at iademy@iadhoosiers.org.