The League School of Greater Boston offers a combination of day and residential programs to address the varying needs of its student population.
The programs are:
- Foundations for ages 3 to 12 at all levels
- Content Teaching for higher levels, ages 11 to 16
- Community and Life Skills Development for ages 11 to 16 with limited verbal abilities
- Pathfinder for ages 12 to 22 with Asperger’s syndrome and high-functioning autism
- Transition for ages 16 to 22 for community-based employment.
These programs range from grade-level curricula to vocational training and daily living skills development to meet the varying strengths and needs of League’s diverse population.
Each program includes:
- Content area academics: reading, math, science and social studies
- A full array of services: social pragmatics, communications, sensory integration, occupational therapy and behavior therapy
- Adapted physical education, art, music and cooking
- Daily living skills and community field trips.
Counseling, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy are available depending upon the needs of the individual student.
Following the Massachusetts Curriculum Framework and taking standard developmental milestones into consideration, our team of specialists works together to provide myriad perspectives, disciplines and approaches to develop each student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) and corresponding curricula.
The latest educational techniques and technology are incorporated into our programs to help students learn multiple skills across diverse settings.
The school’s two nearby residences work with the school staff to reinforce key living and basic community skills, as well as other goals in the student’s IEP.