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“Attending Clarke gave me confidence to move into the mainstream classroom. I also gained the confidence to be who I am today, to be unique and not stereotype myself with others,” shared Jaimie, a Clarke alum who graduated from James Madison University in spring 2022 with a degree in health science.

Jaimie has bilateral sensorineural hearing loss and learned to listen and speak at Clarke. Jaimie recently started her own business health coaching and is pursuing grad school for athletic training.  Congratulations Jaimie! 

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Hugo is an active boy whose interests range from robots to music and sports!  

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Meet Ava, a future leader recently honored with her school’s “Making a Difference” award.

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Meet AJ, who recently earned a spot among his high school’s Fall Cum Laude honorees!

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Meet Daniel, a College Student with Usher’s Syndrome Majoring in Meteorology and Atmospheric Science.

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Clarke alum, Sofia


Meet Sofia, a Clarke Philadelphia alum from 2010, who is currently pursuing a Liberal Arts Degree from Smith College. Sofia was born with hearing loss in Guatemala and adopted by her current family in the United States.

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Meet Beth, a Clarke Northampton alum from 1999. She is an educator of people who are deaf pursing a Ph.D in Global Leadership.

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Salvatore, born with severe to profound hearing loss, started with Clarke through the Birth to Age Three Program at four months old.

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Joey was diagnosed with moderate severe sensorineural hearing loss in both ears within her first week of life.

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