Top 10 Special Needs Elementary Schools in Greater Boston and Massachusetts in 2020
The Boston Parents Paper Winner in the category of Special Needs Elementary Schools in Greater Boston for 2020 is:
Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown
Here are the 2020 Top 10 Special Needs Elementary Schools as voted for by parents in Greater Boston and throughout New England:
• Boston College Campus School, Chestnut Hill
• Boston Higashi School, Randolph
• Cotting School, Lexington
• League School Of Greater Boston, East Walpole
• Learning Prep School, Newton
• May Center School, Multiple Locations
• Milestones Day School, Waltham
• Pathways Academy, Belmont
• Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown
• The Kennedy Day School, Brighton
• The Manville School, Boston
About the Top 10 Special Needs Elementary Schools in the 2020 Boston Parents Paper Family Favorites
Boston Parents' Family Favorites was born with the idea to give readers in Greater Boston and throughout the Northeast a chance to voice their opinions on their personal 'Family Favorite' choices for Special Needs Elementary Schools and everything kids and family. The program has evolved over the years, and hopefully, with a lot of input from our readers, we've been able to make it better and better.
The voting for Boston's Family Favorite Special Needs Elementary Schools is conducted in a two-round process. The first round occurs in the month of March with open write-in nominations for parent's favorite Special Needs Elementary Schools taking place. As more and more nominations come in, the most written-in Special Needs Elementary Schools become automatically selectable and listed making it easier and easier for people to cast their nominations. And write-in nominations continue to be open until the end of the month.
As the nomination period for Special Needs Elementary Schools in the first round comes to a close at the end of March, shortly after, the second round opens with the top nominee Special Needs Elementary Schools being selectable in this final round of voting during the month of April. Write-in nominations are no longer available, and voters are open to select their favorite Special Needs Elementary Schools from among those that are listed.
The final winners are posted in the July issue of Boston Parents Paper
We hope you enjoy! And we hope you cast your vote in March and again in April!