Advocating for themselves, their peers, and the future DHH community, four of our students have taken the lead to educate others and engage in meaningful, powerful conversations with our youth.
Deaf & Hard of Hearing
Deaf & Hard of Hearing High School Students Experience an Inspiring Field Trip to the Federal Courthouse
From a personalized tour to meeting a deaf Legal Interpreter to sitting down with the Honorable Judge Angel Kelley, our students had a day packed full of learning and empowerment.
DHH Students Shine in Bigelow Middle School’s Charlie Brown Production
Students from the CAPS Deaf and Hard of Hearing program showcased their creative talents during a recent production of Charlie Brown. Their hard work paid off with well-deserved applause as teachers and staff beamed with pride.
DHH Students Attend the East Regional Academic Bowl in Kentucky
Three students from our Deaf and Hard of Hearing program earned a coveted spot at the Gallaudet University Regional Academic Bowl competition! While they didn’t move onto nationals, their experience was invaluable.
CAPS Launches New Online School Store
Now students, parents, faculty and community supporters can shop affordable school spirit 24/7. Find tshirts, long sleeves, hoodies, fleece jackets, and more. We can't wait to see your school spirit!
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Students Advise Boston Museum Research Team
One of the world's largest science centers invited CAPS DHHP students to come explore and provide feedback on exhibit inclusivity. Their suggestions may effect close to a million visitors!
Running with Victory – Kelly Day Student Beats the Odds
Join us in supporting CAPS parent, Brian Downey, who is running the Boston Marathon to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Thanks to BCH, his daughter, Victory received lifesaving care and is now thriving!
Executive Director Catches Up with North Central Journal
The North Central Journal highlights stories from communities across North Central Massachusetts. They recently stopped in to chat with our new Executive Director, Jennifer Gates.
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program Newsletter
Catch-up with Courtney Dunne ED.D, the program director for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program (DHHP), her staff, and students as they share tips and updates about what they’ve been up to!
CAPS Expands Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program
CAPS Collaborative will open a Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) middle/high school in Fall 2021, creating an inclusion-based K-12 learning pathway for DHH students across Massachusetts.