At League School, we seek to provide each of our students with the skill sets they need to enjoy success both while at school as well as later in their community.
For more than 40 years, the League School of Greater Boston has been a leading educator of children and young adults with autism spectrum disorder.
As one of the first schools to specialize in teaching children with autism, League’s approach is built on innovation as well as established programs that have proven to help students reach their greatest potential.
Our year-round, private educational program offers a full range of social, academic, behavioral and community-life-skills curricula to meet the individual strengths and needs of our diverse population. Our team approach allows for both a comprehensive and tailored program, building on the expertise of each staff member and the potential of each student.
At the League School, we see each student as an individual. We see our students as children first and then as children with a disability. Autism spectrum disorder is a lifelong disability; therefore, we seek to provide each child with the skill sets they need to enjoy success both while at school as well as later in their community.