Campus Academy High School

Campus Academy High School’s academic and electives programs are aligned with state requirements and meet the credit requirements of each sending district. As a result, students attending Campus Academy High  are eligible for a high school diploma from their sending districts, provided students complete course requirements with a passing grade and pass their MCAS tests.

Program Features

  • Curriculum aligned with the Common Core Curriculum Frameworks
  • Small group instruction
  • Multi-sensory learning approach
  • Balanced literacy program
  • Social skills group
  • Dual enrollment program with local community colleges
  • Sensory education program
  • Keyboarding and computer instruction
  • Project-based learning
  • Instructional and assistive technologies in every classroom
  • Creative, fine, visual, and graphic arts programs
  • Student recreational room and activities
  • School basketball team
  • Transition and vocational skills training, in-school vocational placement
  • Community Work Program that provides opportunities for students to learn and practice job skills in real employment settings
  • Extended services to students ages 18+ through the Foundations for Life program
  • School Year: 180 days from August-June,  5-week Extended Year Program from late June through the end of July


  • Clinical/Mental Health
  • Nursing
  • Occupational and Physical Therapy
  • Positive Behavioral Intervention & Support (PBiS)
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Vocational Assessment

Appropriate referrals include students in grades 9-12 who:

  • Are currently on an Individual Education Plan (IEP)Campus Academy Group Photo
  • Are at or near grade level for most academic material with support
  • Present with no significant level of global delay but may have specific learning disabilities and require remedial supports for these disabilities
  • Have been diagnosed with:High-Functioning Autism, Asperger Syndrome, PDD-NOS, or similar profile
    • Mood disorders, including depression and bipolar disorder, or similar profile
    • Emotional Behavior Disorders (EBD), including social/emotional learning (SEL) challenges, oppositional defiant disorder, or similar profiles
    • Are psychiatrically involved