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 …

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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 …

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Principal Patrick Fuller has been at League School since 2000

League School teachers, program coordinators, therapists, clinicians, social workers, counselors, and administrative staff have one aim, according to Principal Patrick Fuller: preparing students for life after graduation. “We are all committed to preparing students …

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The Friends of the League School welcomed three new members this September. The Friends of League School brings together talented professionals to share their knowledge and expand our network of ambassadors and advocates. The new members include:

Robert Way, President of Robert Way Construction, Inc., a Norwood-based construction company that provides residential …

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Every six years, the League School has the opportunity to go through an evaluation process to assess whether we are optimally meeting the needs of the students we serve. As the student population and our programs change, this reconstruction process, authorized under Massachusetts regulations, enables us to make adjustments to our funding sources …

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