With the continued concerns resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to host our traditional 5K Walk/Run for Autism. However, that doesn’t mean we are cancelling the event! 

Instead, starting on Saturday, May 16th we will take to the streets (and to social media) to raise awareness and support …

Read more Be “Apart” of the 2020 Virtual Challenge!

Lynne Goyuk’s first job was as an intern at the Peabody School in Newton, where she worked in a special needs classroom. She notes this is a bit of kismet - the League School’s first location was at the Peabody School. Her career has come full circle when she was hired in January as the school’s Admissions …

Read more Lynne Goyuk Comes Back to Her Roots – Joins League School as Admissions Coordinator

It was a very exciting day for League School on December 10, when New England Patriots player, Duron Harmon and his wife, stopped by for a tour of the school and to speak with our students. The three-time Super Bowl Champion was a hit with students and staff alike. During his visit, he …

Read more New England Patriot, Duron Harmon, Wows School with Visit and Donation

Area legislators, League School supporters, Massachusetts Association of 766 Approved Private Schools (maaps) leaders, and staff gathered on Friday, December 6, to learn about the League School and the challenges facing special educators. After participants enjoyed a complimentary breakfast and some networking time, Chief Operating Officer, Larry Sauer kicked off the meeting …

Read more Legislative Forum Brings Attention to Challenges Facing Special Education

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.