The Clair Day Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Clair's family to honor the life of Clair Day. Clair touched the hearts of many people in and out of Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS). Clair is remembered as a kind friend who always helped others. One friend remembers Clair by saying, "Clair was an amazing person and one of the most generous, caring people I've ever met."

Clair expressed her love of the arts through ceramics, painting, writing, music and playing her beloved piano. She was also a dedicated student who received many awards from CCHS' English, social studies, and biology departments and was honored with High Honor Roll for three years. Clair's passion for community service inspired many others through her work with the Teen Buddies CCHS program, Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts, DeCordova Museum, Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, and Emerson Hospital.

Clair's parents, Michelle and Anju and her brother Timothy, have established the Clair Day Memorial Scholarship Fund to commemorate her enthusiasm for community service and her devotion to learning and arts.  It is the Day family's sincere hope that Clair's kindness, humility, loving nature, and commitment will continue to be recognized and remembered by awarding an annual scholarship and that her qualities will be honored and reflected in all recipients of this award.