League School Of Greater Boston
For more than fifty years, League School of Greater Boston has remained committed to helping children and young adults, ages 3-22, with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by teaching them the skills they need to be as independent as they possibly can in all aspects of their lives: social, emotional, academic, behavioral, and vocational.
We uphold this mission through three distinct programs designed to teach social, academic, behavior and community-life skills based on a student's age and ability. Each program includes: content area academics (reading, math, science and social studies); full array of services (social pragmatics, communications, sensory integration, occupational therapy and behavior therapy); adapted physical education, art, music, culinary arts, daily living skills, community field trips and vocational training.
Beginning Grade Taught K
Final Grade Taught 12th Grade +
Accreditations Licensed by the Massachusetts DESE, the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care (DEEC); member of the Massachusetts Association of Private Schools (maaps) and the National Association of Private Special Education Centers (NAPSEC)
Special Needs Services Offered Yes
Religious Affiliation Non Denominational
Number of students enrolled 105
Student Teacher Ratio 4:1
Annual Tuition Price Range Set by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- Taking a comprehensive, multidisciplinary developmental approach, League School offers a broad range of curricula through our three distinct programs: Foundation and Content Teaching/Life Skills:
- Serves students ages 3 through 16 years old with a focus on pre-academics and academics,
- Daily living skills
- Pre-vocational training and vocational opportunities with over 30 community partners
- Transitions Program: Serves students ages 17-22 with a focus on functional academics, vocational skills, and independent living skills
- Pathfinders Program: With an increased focus on academic skills, serves elementary through post-graduate students whose goal is to achieve their high
- school diploma
- Vocational Services: Beginning as early as 14, all students at League will have the opportunity to participate in vocational opportunities, within League School and with our many community partners.