We teach children who are deaf or hard of hearing to listen and talk.
Annually, Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech serves more than 1,000 children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families.
Since our founding in 1867, Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech (formerly Clarke School for the Deaf) has prepared children who are deaf or hard of hearing to succeed in mainstream schools and the wider world.
Recent Clarke News
Perkins School for the Blind Visits Clarke Boston, Resuming Educational Collaboration Since Covid-19
Scholars in the Perkins School for the Blind Education Leadership Program join Clarke Boston team members for a photo. Twelve international scholars from Perkins School for the Blind visited Clarke Boston for a tour and to discuss innovations in hearing
Clarke Teams Up with Kilwins Jacksonville and Raises Over $100,000
More than 670 runners and walkers participated in the 2023 Kilwins Jacksonville Ice Cream Run!
Clarke Teacher of the Deaf Authors Reflection Piece on the Power of Accommodations for Hearing Loss
Joo Young Hong, a teacher of the deaf at Clarke, has authored a reflection piece in the Hearing Impairments chapter of “Exceptional Lives: Practice, Progress, & Dignity in Today’s Schools,” 10th edition titled “My Voice: The Power of Accommodations for
Salvatore, born with severe to profound hearing loss, started with Clarke through the Birth to Age Three Program at four...Read More »
Joey was diagnosed with moderate severe sensorineural hearing loss in both ears within her first week of life.Read More »
Allison, diagnosed as profoundly deaf at birth, soars in high school with Clarke’s Mainstream Services.Read More »