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  • Welcome to
    Crossroads School

    Where Expertise and Compassion Intersect

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to provide individualized, comprehensive education and related services to students with autism to enhance quality of life and independent functioning, so they may achieve their full potential.

The vision of Crossroads School is to ensure every student leaves more skillful, confident, productive, and independent than when he or she first arrived. This includes preparing students to return to their home districts when possible, as well as transitioning students to adulthood with the skills to be productive members of society.

Crossroads accomplishes this through the use of evidence-based treatment and collaboration among staff, family, students, and the community.

OUR MISSION

OUR ACTIVITIES

OUR BEST SERVICES FOR YOUR KIDS

Educational Program

Academic, social, communication, behavior reduction, and activities of daily living.

Home Services

Home-based services that promote the generalization and maintenance of skills taught in school.

Vocational Services

Practical Assessment Exploration System (PAES), Internal and External Vocational Training

Related Services

Ensuring consistent and effective programming on a direct and/or consultative model

Family Services

Connecting with families to better understand the needs of our students.

School Events

Annual events for the family to enjoy, Field Day, Variety Show, 5K Run/Walk

226

DAYS A YEAR

attend Crossroads 226 days a year, the minimum for a year-round program is 216 days

44

COMMUNITIES

Students come to Crossroads from 44 communities

97

SCHOOL YEAR

97% of students demonstrated achievement on the MCAS-Alt

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Crossroads has partnered with 14 local businesses and organizations to provide our students with essential vocational training opportunities.

  • “Pavithra has been in Crossroads for the past three years. Her biggest deficit had been communication and that has just skyrocketed. She has been using her iPad to communicate all of her goals, all her needs. Three years has been so good, we really have some confidence of seeing some kind of silver lining in her life that she’ll be able to be independent.”

    RAVI & PRIYA
    PARENTS