The Children’s Center for Communication/Beverly School for the Deaf (CCCBSD) is the regional leader in addressing the education, communication and socialization needs of Deaf and hearing children who have a diverse range of diagnoses including developmental, physical and/or cognitive delays. CCCBSD offers a communication and language-rich environment where signed, device generated, and spoken languages are valued; cultures are embraced; learning is relevant; and self-worth is uplifted. We foster a physically and emotionally safe campus community that encourages all students to optimize their potential and foster a love of learning.
The Larcom Theatre is an intimate and charming 600-capacity venue in Downtown Beverly, featuring live music, theatre, dance, variety shows, and comedy. Family-owned and operated, the historical 1912 vaudeville theatre, built by the Ware brothers of Marblehead eight years before constructing The Cabot Theatre, is named after Beverly’s beloved nineteenth-century poet, teacher, and abolitionist, Lucy Larcom. North Shore’s hidden gem with its retro décor, horseshoe balcony, tin ceilings, and Symphony-like acoustics will take you back in time.