Boston College Campus School
realizing the potential in all students
The Boston College Campus School is committed to providing quality education to learners ages 3-21 with multiple challenges, including complex health care needs. Our program provides a holistic, student-centered approach in a school-based setting, as well as support to families.
Our Student Population
We serve a unique population including students with low incidence diagnoses such as Pitt Hopkins, Rett Syndrome, CDLK5, Mitochondrial Disease, Angelman Syndrome, Hirchprung's Disease, Vacterl Syndrome as well as Cerebral Palsy, Trisomy 21(Down Syndrome), Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Global Developemntal Delays. As a part of the Boston College community, our students form lasting relationships with undergraduate students.
Holiday Party at Campus School
At the annual holiday party the Future HOPE Foundation presented a check to Don Ricciato, Director for $50,000 for the purchase of IPAD's for all Campus School students. The IPAD's will provide access for our students to communication, education and recreation activities. Various BC undergraduate groups provided musical entertainment for staff, students and families.
FUN AT THE PLEX
BC Men & Women's Tennis teams demonstrated the game, equipment, and the fun of the sport to CS students.
Curious Creatures visited the Campus School turning our multi-purpose room into a live, interactive animal safari. The students and staff enjoyed the hands-on experience with exotic and unusual animals.
Creative Kids is an opportunity for Campus School students to appreciate music through a musician in residence provided by Very Special Arts of Massachusetts (VSA). Through this music appreciation and enrichment program, Campus School students are partnered with an undergraduate and, together, they participate in exciting musical activities. This program gives our students opportunities to address their IEP goals/objectives through exposure to cultural arts.
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