The League School offers community-based residences near campus for students who attend our school.
Our residential program is designed to teach group living and to reinforce and expand upon the self-care, daily living and community skills learned at school. Our residents learn to live with roommates and develop proficiency in activities of daily living such as cooking, cleaning, self-care and community awareness. They are assigned daily chores and follow a rotating schedule to help them learn individual responsibility and teamwork. They also take field trips and participate in community activities to gain more independence. Activities range from days at the beach to going out to dinner to playing on a softball team.
League School’s Residential Program, operated on its campus in Walpole, runs 365 days a year and is licensed for up to 32 residents.