Open Your World

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.

Student and teacher interacting one-to-one in a classroom setting.

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

Student on a large swing on the playground.

Hear about our pioneering heritage and what sets us apart.

Students participating in a recycling project.

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

A private day and residential school for students ages 3-22 diagnosed with Autism Spectrum disorder

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CONGRATULATIONS to James on his League School for Autism graduation today! In addition to his family, many of James's teachers, support staff and classmates were in attendance to celebrate the occasion and express their admiration for him. James will be deeply missed and has left a lasting impression on everyone at League School. 🎓📃🎉 ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Valentine's Day! The League School's Art & Culinary students made some delicious and beautifully decorated treats for League School staff in honor of Valentine's Day. What a wonderful surprise! Thank you Marie Canesi, Culinary Arts Teacher, and all of the League School Art & Culinary students who participated!#valentinesgift #valentinesdaygift #ValentinesDay2024 #sweettreats #leagueforautism #culinaryarts ... See MoreSee Less
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Get prepared for the 2024-2025 new IEP Form with this event. Presenting Workshop: Implementing the New IEP Form hosted by League School for Autism. Presenters from partner schools will share practical strategies and methods and attendees can participate in 4 of 7 available workshops. Certificates of attendance will be provided and training materials will be available online following registration.WORKSHOPS INCLUDE:• A Step-by-step Approach to Adopting the New IEP Form - Norton Public Schools• Assistive Technology & Augmentative Communication: Guiding Team Decisions - League School for Autism• From PLAAF to Goals: Using Consecutive Information in the IEP - League School for Autism• Linking Data Collection Tools to IEP Goal Writing - Silver Lake Regional School District• Live & Passive Data Tracking for Student Success - Wakefield Public Schools• Sequential Practices to Engage Stakeholders in the Form Adoption Process - Mansfield Public Schools• Strength Mapping and Collaborative Meeting Practices - Waltham Public SchoolsRegistration is now OPEN!Go to website #ieps #sped #schooldistricts #specialeducation ... See MoreSee Less
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League School Hires Sabrina Manno as Director of Marketing

League School for Autism is excited to announce the hiring of Sabrina Manno as its Director of Marketing in January.  In this leadership role, Manno will oversee marketing and brand...
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Trunk-or-Treat Brings Families, Friends and Spooky Fun to League

Halloween came early this year as the annual trunk-or-treat event was a big hit at League School. The celebration was held on Saturday, Oct. 28 at the school, a week...
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League School for Autism Officially Launches New Website

In line with League School for Autism's new name and branding, the school has also launched a fully revamped website complete with several modern features and accessibility options for all...
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