Nationally acclaimed oral education school that attracts students whose families have relocated from all over the United States, as well as internationally, in order to provide their children with theTucker-Maxon School experience.
Students with hearing loss do not use sign language; instead, with the help of assistive technologies and trained professionals, they listen, talk and learn like their typical hearing peers.
Master’s level teachers with one of the lowest teacher to student ratios in Portland (8:1) allow our teachers to tailor lessons to meet the needs of each individual student.
A focus on listening and spoken language development is woven throughout our curriculum. Our environment is language-rich with many opportunities for open-ended discussions, critical thinking, and cognitive skill development.
Daily Physical Education classes
Art and Music classes weekly
A large organic garden where children participate in planting, cultivating and harvesting.