About

The Campus School at Boston College has exceeded our expectations in every way. Not only is our daughter thriving and happy, our family is delighted knowing we have the best of best
Elizabeth and Rob Allen, Parents of 14-year-old Sophia

Founded in 1970, The Campus School at Boston College educates students ages 3 to 21 who face complex challenges and have unique learning needs. Our personalized educational and therapeutic services focus on the potential of each student.

Located in Boston College’s Lynch School of Education, The Campus School develops age-appropriate thematic units that align with the Massachusetts General Education Curriculum Frameworks. Daily classroom routines integrate communication systems, mobility and positioning protocols, hand-skill development programs, feeding and tasting programs and sensory “diets” and sensory processing interventions.

Our certified special education teachers and professionals team with Boston College student interns, volunteers and families to help students realize their full potential, in the classroom and beyond.

A CHANGE OF HEART—AND CAREER

Stef Ohnemus was a competitive business student, working hard to be the best—but she was unhappy. Then, she found The Campus School.

FROM THE CAMPUS SCHOOL TO CORPORATE AMERICA

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.

THE EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME

When Kaitlin first began as a Campus School volunteer, she had no idea her experiences would come to define her passions and career path.