Perkins School for the Blind
Ages 0 to 3
The Infant-Toddler Program provides early intervention services for babies, as well as support for their families through a combination of home teaching and on-campus learning.
Preschool: Ages 3 to 4
Transitional Kindergarten: Ages 5 to 6
The Early Learning Center includes a preschool and transitional kindergarten, providing a place for our youngest students to learn, socialize and develop the building blocks for future academic success.
Ages 6 to 14
The Lower School focuses on academics, literacy, social interaction and self-advocacy. Each child is given the optimum chance to realize their greatest potential, while experiencing the joys of learning and discovering their own unique gifts.
Ages 14 to 22
The Secondary Program offers a complete high school experience with flexible tracks ranging from traditional academic focus to functional life skills.
Ages 3 to 22
The Deafblind Program serves children who are deafblind or deaf with additional disabilities, and is home to the world’s largest concentration of students with CHARGE syndrome, a condition that results in complex birth defects often leading to vision and hearing loss.
Ages 3 to 22
Direct Services brings programs directly to students in the community ages 3 to 22, offering support to families, caregivers and professionals.
Transition Services provides experts and one-on-one support to prepare students and their families for success beyond the classroom – whether at college, a first job or an independent living arrangement.
Outreach Short Courses offer public school students who are blind or visually impaired the opportunity to practice independence, socialize with peers and focus on the Expanded Core Curriculum.
The New England Eye Low Vision Clinic at Perkins offers excellence for all ages in clinical eye care, support and training for optimal use of functional vision.
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