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A century of horticulture skills
July 21, 2017
Perkins students have learned vocational skills, as well as sensory exploration, through horticulture for more than a century.
Quotes for life from Helen Keller
June 27, 2017
As we celebrate Perkins' most famous student's birthday today, let's take a look back at her words of wisdom.
Run, jump, play, compete
May 30, 2017
Perkins has always been a leader in encouraging students who are blind to participate in sports and athletics.
Five famous figures you never knew had a connection to Perkins
May 23, 2017
What do a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member, a female aviation pioneer and an iconic author have in common?
The touching tale of Tommy Stringer
May 11, 2017
When she was just 10 years old, Helen Keller launched a fundraising drive to help a poor boy who was deafblind come to Perkins.
Helen Keller, Shakespeare skeptic
April 25, 2017
Keller was never afraid to take unpopular positions, as she did when she argued that William Shakespeare didn't write his plays
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh finds local connections at Perkins
April 14, 2017
During a visit to Perkins’ Watertown campus, the mayor learns about blindness education – past and present.
10 things you probably don't know about Anne Sullivan
April 13, 2017
To celebrate Sullivan’s birthday on April 14, here are some surprising facts about Helen Keller’s teacher and friend
Making science accessible
March 1, 2017
Perkins students have always used hands-on methods to study science, from botany to astronomy.
February 6, 2017
The Perkins Globe started as a teaching tool for students like Helen Keller, and 180 years later people still want to touch it.