The Manville School
“I really like how when you have a problem you can always talk with someone about it. You can’t always do that in most other schools. So I think that is something special about Manville.” Manville student
History and Affiliations
Since Manville School opened its doors in 1957, it has continuously been recognized as a leader of special needs day schools in the Boston area. Judge Baker's affiliations with Harvard Medical School, Children's Hospital, and local colleges and universities attract highly skilled professionals to Manville.
Manville School is also a respected training site for graduate students in special education, child psychology, child psychiatry, nursing and social work.
Manville School is approved by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and is a member of the Massachusetts Association of Approved Private Schools (MAAPS). Manville provides educational services for up to 100 students from kindergarten through 10th grade and has approximately 75 educational, clinical and counseling staff members.