The League School’s Board of Directors has begun a comprehensive search process to identify, recruit, interview, and hire a new Executive Director. The Board has hired Development Guild, a professional search firm that specializes in leadership positions in the non-profit field, to help them with this process. One of the Board’s goals is to ensure a smooth leadership …

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Lindsay earned a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from Univ. of Pittsburgh

The nice weather is here, offering a wonderful opportunity to have some fun with your League School student. Lindsay Wagner, who has worked for 12 years as a League …

Read more Water Play and Playgrounds: Navigating Summer Activities for Children with Autism

The League School of Greater Boston was named Greater Boston’s Best Special Needs High School by the Boston Parents Paper. The Middle School earned a top-eight ranking in the Special Needs Middle School category. Boston Parent Paper readers voted in a two-round for their “Family Favorite” in a number of categories, including Special Needs Services and Resources, during …

Read more League School Named “Best Special Needs High School” by Boston Parents Paper

The League School’s third annual “Fore” Autism Golf Classic takes place at the end of September. Join us for an enjoyable day on the golf course while giving back to the School:

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Monday, September 30

For the fourth year in a row, an amazing group of teachers and friends will represent League School at the Falmouth Road Race. This year, Team League will have a record 17 runners taking to the hills of Falmouth in support of our students.

As the Coordinator of Vocational and Career Services at League School, Amy Faraone is always looking to add local businesses and organizations to the school’s ever-expanding Community Partners Program. Now in its 20th year of operation, the program provides opportunities for the school’s students to work in supportive environments where they can refine …

Read more Community Partners Program – preparing our students for future employment.