Columbus Hearing Impaired Program (CHIP)

  • Through CHIP, Columbus City Schools is able to offer a variety of services to meet the needs of over 220 central Ohio students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing from preschool through twelfth grade. CHIP is a one-of-a-kind program in Columbus.

    Since the 1950’s, the staff of CHIP have provided students with a total educational experience. We strive to achieve the following:

    • Each student reaches fullest communication potential, is highly educated, prepared for leadership and service, and is empowered with skills for success
    • Learning environments are student-centered, efficient, positive and stable.
    • Give students opportunity to participate in academic and non-academic school activities.
    • Work with 30 central Ohio districts to provide services for those who would benefit from CHIP.
    • Offer a variety of services in which students can realize their full potential in communication, education, physical activities, creativity, social and emotional growth, and career aspirations. 

Contact Us

  • Columbus Hearing Impaired Program
    Huy Elementary/AG Bell Program 


    Dawn Scott 
    CHIP Educational Consultant

    Shelly Stark 
    CHIP Educational Consultant

    Denyse Woods 
    CHIP Supervisor

    Nicole Moreno
    CHIP Secretary

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