Boston College Campus School
realizing the potential in all students
The Boston College Campus School educates students aged 3 to 21 with multiple disabilities, including complex health care needs. The program provides student-centered educational and therapeutic services in a school-based setting. Using a transdisciplinary approach, student growth is achieved through the development of a stimulating environment and challenging instruction tailored to the needs of the individual.
EagleEyes Program: The Camera Mouse helps people with disabilities access the computer and communicate using limited head movement. This is a free download and onsite training is offered at the Boston College Campus School. For more information visit www.cameramouse.org or email email@example.com.
The Campus School underwent a Program Review conducted by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). We are very pleased that there were no actionable items found, i.e., there is no corrective action required for our program. Please see the final report from DESE for more information on our program review.
Campus School volunteer, Rachel Newmiller along with Home Depot work together to update the playground planter. Read more...
Campus School occupational therapist and classroom teachers engage in a research study for Sensory Integration to Reduce Hand Stereotypies in Children with Rett Syndrome. Read more on this study in the Campus School newletter.