Alexander Graham Bell School is located at 3730 North Oakley Avenue in Chicago. The school was dedicated in 1917 by Alexander Graham Bell. His dream was to establish a grammar school where hearing-impaired children could attend school with their hearing peers.
Bell School today educates just under 1000 children in three programs: community, deaf, and gifted. The Alexander Graham Bell Regional Gifted Center provides classes for approximately 240 students in grades one through eight. One hundred years after its dedication, Alexander Graham Bell School continues to fulfill the inclusive dream of its founder.