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League School for Autism opens a world of opportunities to students with Autism.

Our team of creative, collaborative, and committed special educators creates and implements an individualized curriculum for each student based on their strengths to prepare them for a fulfilling life in a neurodiverse world.

As one of the first schools devoted to Autism in New England, we invoke a pioneering mindset in everything we do, including how we guide our students based on their own vision of their future.

As the only school in Massachusetts to offer the innovative and evidence-based SCERTS® Model, which allows us to strategically customize a curriculum for each student, we are proud to measure success through the individual student’s achievements.

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Explore our multidisciplinary day, residential and vocational programs as well as our support services.

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Hear about our pioneering heritage and what sets us apart.

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Gain insight into our holistic, future-focused approach to prepare students for the neurodiverse world.

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League School for Autism

League School for Autism

Founded in 1966, the League School for Autism has been empowering children and young adults with Autism for more than 50 years.

LUNCH OR DINNER PLANS TODAY?TODAY, April 11th, dine-in or order-out from any Bertucci's039;s restaurant in Massachusetts and 15% of proceeds will go back to League School for Autism. Reference code 713-143-204 or bring a copy of this post with you. Support Autism Empowerment with your favorite pizza or pasta for lunch or dinner. Visit to order online!@bertuccis ... See MoreSee Less
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STUDENT EMPOWERMENTToday, 6 of our students spent the day as Advocates for Autism of Massachusetts at the19th Annual Autism Advocacy Day. The event took place at the Massachusetts State House, where our students were addressed by Lt. Governor, Kim Driscoll. This is a great example of students being empowered to advocate for themselves, their peers, their needs, and for the future.#leagueschool #leagueforautism #AutismEmpowerment #autismadvocacyday2024#AutismAdvocacy #StudentEmpowerment ... See MoreSee Less
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Last Thursday's inaugural Neurodiversity Employment Partnership (NEP) Workshop at the Old Colony YMCA in Stoughton was a great success! The NEP is a group of organizations that have come together with the mission to create employment opportunities in the community through the development of businesses and partnerships designed to meet the employment needs of neurodiverse individuals. Thank you to our amazing speakers, Michael John Carley, Kristine Biagiotti-Bridges, and Collette Divitto of Collettey's Cookies, and our esteemed panel, Dan Burke of Lifeworks, Don Lambert of The Spectrum Empowerment Project, Amy Faraone of League School for Autism, and Collette Divitto & Rosemary Alfredo of Collettey's Cookies. This Workshop was made possible by participating NEP partners, Amego Inc., Dharma Dreams Vocational Center, Lifeworks, The Arc of Greater Brockton, Old Colony YMCA - Stoughton, League School for Autism, Red Ball Promotions and BBB Boston.To learn more about the Neurodiversity Employment Partnership, contact Larry Sauer at ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to everyone who supported our LEAGUESTRONG Bike-A-Thon that happened April 5-7. A special thanks to our event sponsors, Middlesex Savings Bank, Dedham Savings, O'LYN RoofingofThe Vanderbilt Club COld Colony YMCA - Stoughtonghton,Red Ball Promotionstions, as well as all our donors, and riders. Whether you rode in-person, virtually via Peloton, or on your own, we're very grateful for your participation. Pedal on to support Autism Awarenes#leaguestronga#leaguestrongbikeathong#leagueschoola#leagueforautisme#AutismEmpowermentm#bikeathon#bikeathon ... See MoreSee Less
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NEWS: Beyond Autism Awareness and Acceptance, League School Celebrates Autism Empowerment

Empowering individuals with Autism to reach their highest potential The League School for Autism has moved beyond Autism Awareness and Acceptance to supporting Autism Empowerment during the month of April,...
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NEWS: Workshop on Creating Employment Opportunities for Neurodivergent Employees

WALPOLE, MASSACHUSETTS, March 6, 2024 — Why encouraging neurodiversity in employment is a smart business decision. The Neurodiversity Employment Partnership (NEP) is hosting a thought-provoking and impactful discussion on Neurodiversity...
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NEWS: New IEP Implementation Conference Being Hosted by League School for Autism

WALPOLE, MASSACHUSETTS, February 23, 2024 — A revised IEP form and process for students with disabilities in Massachusetts. League School for Autism is hosting Countdown to Implementation: Strategies and Resources...
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