Founded in 1970, The Campus School at Boston College educates students ages 3 to 22 who face complex challenges and have unique learning needs. Our publicly funded, private, special education day school is situated in the Lynch School of Education and Human Development on the Boston College campus. 

Our personalized educational and therapeutic services focus on the potential of each student. Certified special education teachers and professionals develop age-appropriate thematic units that align with the Massachusetts General Education Curriculum Frameworks, and 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.

The benefits of being on the Boston College campus are immeasurable, including access to state-of-the-art facilities, teachers from the Lynch School's Severe Special Needs graduate program, and a thriving University undergraduate volunteer program. 

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Our Location

The Campus School is located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, on the beautiful Boston College campus. We are housed within the Lynch School of Education and Human Development, in Campion Hall, and also have a transition skills classroom in McGuinn Hall. Our students have access to a number of amentities across campus, including the swimming pool, sports complexes, and University facilities, and regularly attend campus-wide events. We own multiple wheelchair vans to provide community experiences off-campus as well.

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