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.

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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.

School Stats

100+

Day Program and
Residential Students

165+

Full-Time and
Part-Time Staff

60+

Communities Where Students Come From

30+

Community-Based Student Job Sites

FACEBOOK

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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.

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OUTSTANDING TEACHER AWARD
Last week, League School for Autism Head Teacher for Classroom 133, Carla Dyer, received a standing ovation as she was presented with the Outstanding Special Education Teacher Award from the National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET). This award is bestowed on special education teachers who have demonstrated outstanding achievement as a teacher in the field of special education. It recognizes and rewards the special skills and excellence of special education teachers throughout the United States. Congratulations Carla! Thanks for being an impactful member of the League School team.

#OutstandingTeachers #specialeducationteacher #goingaboveandbeyond #leagueschoolforautism #spedteachers
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Memorial Day commemorates military personnel who lost their lives defending our country. It's a time to honor those courageous men and women who died in service of the United States Armed Forces. "Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it. It flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it."

In observance of Memorial Day, League School for Autism will be closed on Monday, May 27th. Regular school operations will resume on Tuesday, May 28th.
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Did you know that May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander Month? May was chosen to commemorate the immigration of the first Japanese individuals to the US on May 7, 1843. May is also noteworthy for the completion of the transcontinental railroad on May 10, 1869. Many of the workers who laid the tracks were immigrants from China.

League School for Autism honors the history, culture, and many contributions made by Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders. Join us in celebrating AANHPI Month all May!

#AANHPI #AANHPIMonth #DEI #leagueschoolforautism #DiversityAndInclusion #DiversityInEducation #inclusionforall
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June is Pride Month, dedicated to the celebration and commemoration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender pride. To celebrate Pride month, League School is offering Safe Zone Project workshops for our staff members. The Safe Zone Project (SZP) provides curricula, activities, and other resources surrounding sexuality, gender, and LGBTQ+ education. These sessions will be a safe space for staff who identify as LGBTQ+, an Ally, or just want to grow in their knowledge. At League School, we promote belongingness and solidarity with a focus on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

#Pride #pride2024 #lgtbq #leagueschoolforautism #juneispride
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Many thanks to our FORE Autism Golf Classic Gold Sponsors, Cox Engineering and Leggat McCall Properties. We're looking forward to seeing them and all of our golf participants on Monday, June 10th at Franklin Country Club in Franklin, MA. Limited spots remain -- to play, sponsor, or donate, visit secure.qgiv.com/event/2024golf/.

#foreautismgolfclassic #foreautismgolftournament #golfforeautism #golfforcharity #leagueschoolforautism #HoleInOne #mulligansforall
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NEWS & INSIGHTS

NEWS: Reimagining the 5K for Family Fun and Inclusion

The League School for Autism has reimagined their traditional 5K run/walk into a Family Fun Run +5K to build inclusion of our neurodivergent students with Autism, their families, and the...
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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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