Do you have a school age child with Autism Spectrum Disorder? 
Is he or she struggling to succeed in a public school classroom? 

League School of Greater Boston has more than 50 years of experience educating students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in a specialized setting with a staff specifically trained to work with children and young adults with autism. League School offers a rolling admissions policy which allows students to enroll at any time during the calendar year.

Students must be between the ages of 3-21 and have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in order to be considered for admissions. We have a broad spectrum of students that we serve. League School is one of the first schools in the United States devoted exclusively to students with autism spectrum disorder. 

We recognize that choosing the right placement for your child can be an overwhelming and stressful process. We are here to help you through the process and hope that the steps we have outlined will answer your questions and make the process less stressful for you and your child. Please feel free to reach out to our Admissions Coordinator, Lynne Goyuk, at any time during the process.

Admissions Process

  • Step 1: Referral Packet is received by the League School.  Referral packets typically contain the student’s IEP, any recent testing, psychological reports, behavioral data, and any other information that will be helpful in informing the League School’s decision.
  • Step 2: Observation of student at current placement and tour of League School. Frequently, League School staff will observe a potential student in his/her current placement, this can be scheduled concurrently with a tour of League School by the student’s parent/guardian.
  • Step 3: Initial Intake Meeting.  Parents/Guardians and potential student come to League School for a visit. While parents meet with admissions representatives, Program Coordinator, and Clinician, the potential student has an opportunity to meet team members around the school.
  • Step 4: Complete all requested paperwork. Required Admissions Application and Releases can be found here. All of these forms must be completed prior to a student’s admission to League School.
  • Step 5: Full-Day Intake. The potential student will spend a full day at League School participating in the program he/she is most likely to attend, if admitted. In the case of a residential referral, the potential student will also spend an overnight at one of the residences on the school’s campus. On occasion, a student may be asked to return for a second full-day or overnight intake in the event that a different classroom or residence is to be considered.
  • Step 6: Determination.  Once the admission process is complete, a recommendation to accept or decline a candidate for admission to League School is reviewed by the Admissions Committee. The decision of the Admissions Committee is discussed with the funding school district or other referral source.
  • Step 7: Program Admission.  If a student is determined eligible for admission, an admission date is scheduled with the school district or other referral source and with the parent/guardian.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Attend an Open House

The League School holds Open Houses on the second Thursday of every month.  At an Open House, you’ll have the opportunity to tour the school and see our programs in action.  You’ll also have the opportunity to meet with our Admissions Coordinator, Lynne Goyuk, and ask any questions you may have about the programs and services offered at the League School.

Our next Open House is scheduled for: Thursday, June 8, 2023 from 9:30-11 a.m.

The Admissions Department at League School is here to help you learn more about the school and its programs and services. Please contact Admissions Coordinator Lynne Goyuk at 508-850-3900 ext. 171 or for more information.  

The League School of Greater Boston provides all students with equal access to services, facilities, activities, and benefits regardless of race, color, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or homelessness.