Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

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Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
1893 Horace Mann School for the Deaf, Miss Fuller and Her Class byAHFolsom BostonPublicLibrary.png
Miss Fuller and Her Class, Horace Mann School for the Deaf. Photograph by A.H. Folsom, 1893 (Boston Pictorial Archive, Boston Public Library)
Location
Allston, Massachusetts
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Type Public
Established 1869
School district Boston
Grades Pre-k through 12
Color(s) Blue and Gold
Mascot Cougars
Affiliation Boston Public Schools
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The Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is the oldest public day school for the Deaf and hard of hearing in the United States[citation needed]. Located in Allston, Massachusetts, the Horace Mann School is a Boston Public School, and has a rich history of providing quality education for Deaf and hard of hearing students. It was founded in 1869, and later strengthened due to its association with historical figures such as Alexander Graham Bell and Helen Keller. The Horace Mann School currently serves students from age three to 22.

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Coordinates: 42°21′08.46″N 71°08′17.51″W / 42.3523500°N 71.1381972°W / 42.3523500; -71.1381972