Welcome to The Campus School at Boston College
where students shine brightest
For more than four decades, The Campus School at Boston College has recognized the potential in children ages 3–21 with multiple disabilities through its personalized approach to special education.
Together with families, our teachers, therapists and nursing staff work across disciplines to create a supportive and welcoming environment where every student can thrive and shine.
Hear What Our Parents Are Saying
“The Campus School challenges its students and helps them to achieve goals that even those in the medical field don’t think are possible. My hope for all developmentally delayed or medically fragile is to experience The Campus School.”—Carla and Carmine DiRuzza, Parents of 14-year-old male
Stef Ohnemus was a competitive business student, working hard to be the best—but she was unhappy. Then, she found The Campus School.
The impact the Campus School had on Johnny was immeasurable, the lessons invaluable. He plans to take both with him in his next chapter as a digital marketer.
Spotlight: Campus School Volunteer
Hear what one of our undergraduate volunteers, Katelyn O'Brien, is saying about working with students from The Campus School. Learn more about becoming a volunteer.
On September 24, The Campus School was invited to be Boston College's guests at the BC vs Wagner football game. Over 18 families and their friends came to Alumni Stadium and participated in a fun tailgate and watched BC win 42 to 10 while enjoying music, football, cheering, and fun. We even got to see the cheer team and pom squad friends, who visited us at the pep rally we had at The Campus School.
On November 13, 15 teams of runners, including 52 BC undergraduates ran the Newton Chilly 1/2 Marathon to benefit the Campus School at Boston College. Each of the 15 teams had a CS student as a "captain." The teams got to know their captains by learning their favorite songs, passtimes, and books before the day of the race. Many runners listened to their captain's favorite song while tackling 13.2 miles. Over $25,000 was raised for the program.
On November 18, we held our interactive Thanksgiving party. It brought together students, staff, volunteers, and family to celebrate the holiday as a community. This event was a great opportunity to bring the many members of The Campus School together. We are grateful for the family that has been built within the walls of Campion Hall, and we thank you for being a part of it.