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A child with hearing loss can learn to listen and speak.

An auditory-verbal education ensures that a child with hearing loss can develop the necessary language and literacy skills to attend a local school. It’s possible for your child to communicate and thrive in the hearing world. Learn more about us.

our students

  • Helping a Deaf Child Hear
  • Dealing with a Deaf Diagnosis

The MOSD Difference

Early Intervention Can Begin Immediately – No Wait Times

Early Intervention Can Begin Immediately – No Wait Times

In-house audiology department

In-house audiology department

Preschool for Children with Hearing Loss and Typical Hearing

Preschool for Children with Hearing Loss and Typical Hearing

Small, Personalized Elementary School Program

Small, Personalized Elementary School Program

Students Work Towards Attending their Neighbourhood School

Students Work Towards Attending their Neighbourhood School

Parent Coaching and Support

Parent Coaching and Support

News & Events

Workshop A

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Awards Night

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Professional Development Conference

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1950

The Montreal Oral School for the Deaf has been teaching children with hearing loss since 1950.

73%

Of our students received a high school diploma from their neighbourhood school!

76%

High school graduates attended college & university - results that are well above provincial norms.