Host Committee

David FosterPresident of League School Board 

Roger Lockwood, Chairman of League School Board 

Peter Catanese II       Central Auto 

Laura Davis               League School Parent

Geoff, Patricia, and Connor Ellis, League alumni and supporter

Ron Katz, Board member

Kate O'Halloran, friend

Donny Wright, Jr.            JBK Management

Celebrate OUR Champions!

Join us for a memorable night as we celebrate and acknowledge both our staff and students as well as those who have been instrumental in the success of League School of Greater Boston.

In addition to being a night to recognize and celebrate the invaluable efforts of our honorees, it is also League School’s largest fundraiser.  It is with the proceeds from this evening that we are able to ensure our students continue to have the resources needed to achieve their goals, to become their own Champions!

Please know that your support will have a positive impact on the children at League School of Greater Boston.

Hope you can join us on September 15!


The Night of Champions Award Recipients

The Director’s Award

MAAPS - The Massachusetts Association of 766 Approved Private Schools

The Community Partnership Award

Cox Engineering

The Vetstein Award

Doug and Sammi Robertson

Created own non-profit organization, “Bailey’s Team for Autism” and Sammi is a member of League's Board of Ambassadors

Health & Safety Matter Most

As we all continue to navigate the Covid-19 crisis, the health and safety of our guests remain our primary concern. We will work closely with the Four Points Sheraton Norwood to ensure all state regulations and guidelines are followed.





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About League School of Greater Boston

For over 50 years, League School of Greater Boston has been a leading educator of children and young adults on the autism spectrum. We believe that if our students are given the right set of challenges and supportive strategies to overcome them, they will grow to achieve success. It is our commitment, with the support of the community, to guide students to be as independent as possible in all aspects of their lives: social, emotional, academic, behavioral, and vocational.