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The Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) offers a comprehensive sports program for Kentucky students who are blind and visually impaired in grades kindergarten through 12.  KSB is a member in good standing of the North Central Association of Schools for the Blind (NCASB) and the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) since the inception of both organizations.

KSB competes in the NCASB Conference which includes residential schools for the blind from 12 member states.  Students travel throughout the season and compete in regional meets.  A combined conference meet is held at the conclusion of each sport season.

KSB students, students that attend the Short Term Program, and those that attend Jefferson County and surrounding districts in grades 7-12 or 14 and older are eligible to participate in our 6 Varsity programs (Track and Field, Goalball, Wrestling, Cheerleading, Swimming, Forensics).  Students in grades K-6 are eligible to participate in our 5 Junior Varsity Programs (Track and Field, Goalball, Wrestling, Cheerleading, and Swimming).


Track & Field

Student doing a long jump



Students playing goalball



wrestling student with AD



Cheerleaders pose for a picture



Student Swimming



Student participates in forensics activity



Athletic Director:  Jessica Belcher
Phone:  502-897-1583 


Participation Requirements


Students must be at least 14-years-old, or in grades 7-12

KHSAA Physical and Parental Permission Forms on file

KSB Student Athlete Guidlelines on file

Students not enrolled full time at KSB must have LEA Student Guidelines Form on file

Maintain good scholastic achievement and behavior


Junior Varsity

Students must be in grades K-6

Have a signed permission form on file

Maintain good scholastic achievement and behavior.