The Campus School at Boston College educates students ages 3 to 21 with extensive support needs, including complex health care needs. Our dedicated educators, therapists, and nurses utilize a transdisciplinary approach to realize their potential.
For more than fifty years, the Campus School at Boston College has educated students ages 3 to 22 with extensive support needs, including complex health care needs. Our private, publicly funded, special education day school is situated in the Lynch School of Education and Human Development on the Boston College campus.
The benefits of being on the Boston College campus are immeasurable, including state-of-the-art facilities, teachers from the Lynch School's Severe Special Needs graduate program, and a thriving University undergraduate volunteer program. Our educators utilize a transdisciplinary approach that includes teachers, therapists, medical professionals, and families, working together to realize the potential in all of our students.
Services include special education, pre-academic and academic skill development, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, music therapy, augmentative communication and assistive technology, functional life skills, family services, vision services, and nursing services.
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Number of students enrolled32
Student Teacher Ratio2:1
Annual Tuition Price RangePaid by district
The Campus School at Boston College, 140 Commonwealth Ave, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 02467, United States
Lynch School of Education- Campion Hall