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St Rita School for the Deaf

Type: Private
Address: 1720 Glendale Milford Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45215
Phone: 513-771-7600
County: Hamilton
Association:
Grades K - 12
Students: 95
Teachers: 28.8
Student/Teachers Ratio: 3.3
Library: Yes
Race: Native American: 0
Asian: 4
Black: 25
Hispanic: 2
White: 64

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