Campus School Student

The Campus School at Boston College (CSBC) admits children with severe multiple disabilities, including complex health care needs, who are in need of a highly specialized environment and comprehensive educational/therapeutic services.  The program provides responsive services through a transdisciplinary team for students who present with some or all of the following needs:

  • Significant physical challenges
  • Communication disorders
  • Sensory limitations (vision and/or hearing)
  • Special health care needs
  • Severe cognitive challenges

The admissions process for prospective students ranging in age from 3-21 is outlined below:

  • Prospective students must have an initial referral from their public school system for the Campus School admissions team to review.
  • If our program appears to be an appropriate placement for the student, parents will be invited to visit our school for a tour and information session. 
  • If parents believe that our program would meet their child's needs, a screening date is scheduled.
  • After the intake evaluation, the screening team will evaluate the appropriateness of the placement and will notify the school district of the decision.
  • The sending school district is responsible for transportation and tuition upon student admission.