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Q&A: Making music at Perkins
November 11, 2016
Arnie Harris has taught music at Perkins for more than 30 years.
Discovering her inner awesomeness
October 14, 2016
Home-schooled student Danielle Sturgeon turned to Perkins’ Short Courses to learn essential skills before going to college.
Students have questions, Ask Bob has answers
October 12, 2016
A unique program helps Perkins students learn from the experts about on-campus construction projects.
Celebrating the start of a new school year
September 7, 2016
Students return to Perkins School for the Blind for a new year of learning, laughter and growth.
Living a better life with multiple disabilities
August 23, 2016
5 tips to help young adults with visual impairment and other disabilities build a more engaged, rewarding life in the community.
Celebrating the Perkins Class of 2016
June 17, 2016
Twelve graduates enjoyed an emotional send-off from family, friends and staff.
Teaching essential life skills to public school students
May 11, 2016
Perkins community teachers bring the power of the Expanded Core Curriculum to students everywhere.
In the belly of a whale
April 8, 2016
Nile, an inflatable humpback whale the size of a school bus, gives Perkins students an opportunity to explore whales, inside and out.
Perkins celebrates National Horticultural Therapy Week
March 24, 2016
Horticulture Center showcases the educational and therapeutic power of plants at a spring-themed open house for students.
From the cottage to the real world
January 15, 2016
What I do: Marcia Moore helps residential students at Perkins School for the Blind bridge the gap between the classroom and real life