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  • No.2, Thantaman Street, Dagon Township, Yangon 11191, Myanmar
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    Your Gift Makes a Difference!

    Like many non-profit organizations, the Mary Chapman School for the Deaf depends on philanthropic gifts to support academics, residential life, staff and more.

    Discover our School

    We are home to 388 deaf and hard-of-hearing students (aged 7 to 24) and 65 faculty and staff — a community representing over 16 different nation and multi-cultural ethos, and the way our community collaborates to make a difference. Our curriculum is built to attain higher education degree at home or aboard.

    Mary Chapman School for the Deaf in Numbers

    Some quick facts about Mary Chapman School for the Deaf
    40
    Teachers
    388
    Students Enrolled
    247
    Hostellers
    141
    Day Scholars

    Who We Are

    Mary Chapman School for the Deaf is entrusted, empowered, and funded to provide and enhance the educational and life growth experiences in an
    optimal environment for children and students who are deaf and hard of hearing.

    Where We Are Located

    We are located on the Thantaman Street in Dagon Township, north of downtown Yangon in Myanmar. Dagon is home to some of the most prominent
    places of the city, including the great Shwedagon Pagoda, the Maha Wizaya Pagoda, the National Museum, the National Theatre and the Yangon
    Region Hluttaw (Parliament).

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