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Support the Susan Krupnick Scholarship Fund

June 25, 2018—Gifts made to the Susan Krupnick Scholarship Fund generously support a listening and spoken language education for students at Clarke Philadelphia. [More]

CBS3 News and KYW Newsradio Feature the Listening Walk in Philadelphia!

May 21, 2018—Clarke's Listening Walk at the Philadelphia Zoo on May 20 was an exciting day for all! It began with a 5K run, followed by a listening scavenger hunt where children with hearing loss heard their favorite "zoo-tastic" sounds—the Phillie Phanatic, the official mascot...[More]

39th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss: Keynotes include Alexander, Nevins, and Gardner

May 16, 2018—Clarke Mainstream Services is thrilled to announce its keynote lineup for the 39th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss, which will be held on October 18 and 19, 2018. This annual conference is often praised for its outstanding content, which...[More]

SOLD OUT! Clarke's Listening Walk at the Zoo in New York

May 11, 2018—Are you registered for a Clarke Listening Walk? Thanks to your overwhelming support, Clarke's Listening Walk at the Bronx Zoo reached maximum capacity this week. [More]

 
October 11, 2017

Clarke's 150th Kick-Off Featured in News


October 11, 2017—We are officially in our 150th year!

On Sunday, October 1, Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech marked the actual day of our founding in 1867. To celebrate this milestone, we held an event at the original location of Clarke School on Gothic Street in Northampton, Massachusetts, on Saturday, September 30. The Mayor of Northampton, several alumni, leadership, staff and even the local media all came together to help us honor this day. Here is the Daily Hampshire Gazette's front page article about that special ceremony honoring Clarke's legacy.

Clarke 150th in Daily Hampshire Gazette

Clarke received additional press coverage this week in an editorial piece highlighting the history of Clarke, and the work we do teaching children who are deaf or hard of hearing to listen and talk.

To learn more about Clarke's sesquicentennial, visit our 150th Anniversary page. And feel free to share these informative articles with family and friends; help us spread the word about Clarke!