The Alaska School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing is a program operated by the special education department of the Anchorage School District. The center serves as a resource for deaf education in Alaska and provides education to students in preschool through high school. The Alaska School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing s interpreters specialize in designing extracurricular activities to promote acquisition of social skills and involvement in school life. It conducts audiological, parent training and infant learning services. The center also provides a variety of special and regular education classes. The Alaska School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing maintains a location in Anchorage, Alaska.