CLEARWAY SCHOOL

A small, private school in eastern Massachusetts where students with learning disabilities achieve academic and personal success.

OUR CO-DIRECTORS

Mary Ryan

Mary is the Administrator of Clearway School. She is in charge of the day-to-day running of the program.

Peter Rosen

Peter is the Educational Administrator at Clearway School and in that capacity is responsible for oversight of Clearway’s educational program.

Kerry Dougherty

Kerry works closely with high school students and their families as they progress through the transition process.

Becky Holloway

Rebecca supervises teachers and oversees the curriculum being implemented in academic and elective classes.

LATEST NEWS

  • Staff address to Graduates from Jeremy Warren (June 22, 2017)

    “I want to tell you to get out there and fail.” I hope you fail hundreds of times in your life, thousands of times. I hope you fail at the thing you care most about in the world. I hope you never stop failing, through your entire life. And I hope that every time you […]

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  • Student Showcase Night

    On June 9th Clearway School held its first Student Showcase, a collection of student’s work on display from their various elective classes. Families browsed the many works ranging from student built Model Engines to interactive computer programs that presented creatures in made-up environments. During the evening, there were student performances which included student performed Monologues […]

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  • DESE Full Approval

    Clearway is  pleased to announce that the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has found that our programs (day & summer)  are in substantial compliance with the selected Mid-cycle Review criteria as well as any new state or federal special education requirements enacted since the last Program Review. Clearway and the entire staff have […]

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  • Students and Staff volunteer at Bristol Lodge

    Clearway School’ s students and staff prepared and served dinner to over 80 people at the Bristol Lodge in Waltham, MA.  In addition, the service learning class collected 378 pairs of men’s socks. Congratulations to students, families and staff, the service project was a great success! (Visited 87 times, 1 visits today)

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