Clarke is proud of its alumni, from the four year old who is succeeding in his local preschool to the adult who enjoys a fulfilling career. Most Clarke students continue their education in mainstream schools in preparation for postsecondary education. More than 97 percent of Clarke students complete high school and 70 percent pursue college and postsecondary education.
Northampton Alumni Reunion 2017
June 22-25, 2017
We are excited to announce the registration for our 2017 Reunion and our special 150th Anniversary Celebration of Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech (also known as Clarke School for the Deaf and Clarke Center for Oral Education). All Clarke alumni, past and present staff, and current Clarke children and families are welcome to attend this event Thursday, June 22 to Sunday, June 25, 2017 at the University of Massachusetts campus in Amherst, Massachusetts. Find out more reunion info and register!
We had a great time at homecoming in October 2015! It was an exciting day filled with fun and friends. To see memories from the day check out the photo album!
Stay tuned for more profiles!
Clarke Schools Alumni Council (CSAC)
The Clarke Schools Alumni Council (CSAC) was established in April 2008 to work collaboratively with Clarke administration to plan activities and involve more alumni in the Clarke community.
The Caroline A. Yale Memorial Fund
The Caroline A. Yale Memorial Fund was established in 1937 by the Clarke School Alumni Association in memory of Miss Caroline A. Yale for her distinguished contributions to Clarke. Miss Yale was a pioneer who supported oral education for students, firmly believing that they should be given every opportunity to develop the skills they need to succeed.
Any former student, who has attended one of the five campuses of Clarke for at least one year, regardless of whether the applicant graduated or mainstreamed early, may apply for a scholarship from the Yale Fund.