The League School’s programs are designed specifically for students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), including pervasive developmental disorder (PDD), high-functioning autism, nonverbal learning disorder, or Asperger’s syndrome. The students who attend League have a wide range of skills, including those who need basic life-skill training to those who have passed the 10th grade MCAS and will be continuing on to college courses. Therefore, the school offers a wide array of programs focusing on daily living skills, functional academics, as well as content-area academics to meet the student’s individual needs and abilities.

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