LABBB at Belmont High School

Students are presented with specially designed instruction that focuses on the provision of small group academic instruction. The teachers use specialized instructional methods and critical pedagogy to address the specific learning needs of students, rule-based reading and writing programs, graphic organizers and writing templates are used to address the needs of executive functioning and organizational deficits. Some students may require support of Individual Behavior Support Plans and consultation from the BCBA. Some students are able to take the standardized MCAS with accommodations. Students are able to participate in the Best Buddies Program, community recreational and educational events, and school based work opportunities.

School Year - Number of Days: 
School Year - Hours Per Day: 
7 M-Th/5.5 F
Summer - Number of Days: 
Summer - Hours Per Day: 
7 M-Th/5.5 F
Therapeutic Services Available: 
Adaptive Physical Education (APE), Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Counseling, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy

Parent Support Program: LABBB Parent Advisory Council

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Primary Population/Disability: 
Emotional, Intellectual
Type of Program: 
Collaborative Substantially Separate Classroom in Public School Building
Ages Served: 
18, 19, 20, 21, 22+
Grades Served: 
Contact Person(s): 
James Kelly
Program Director
Belmont High School
221 Concord Avenue
02478 Belmont , MA
United States
Massachusetts US