Our Award Winning Skin Care Video
PBSFA came in 2nd place in the American Academy of Dermatology's Good Skin Knowledge Contest. As a result we will get $3,000 toward sunshades for our playground. The cost to get these shades on all of our playgrounds is $20,000, however we can begin with one piece of equipment for $9,000. If you ...Read more
Our AMAZING Sponsors
We are so fortunate to have such wonderful community support. Click "Read More" to learn more about these business that support PBSFA. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor contact Abby at 561-533-9917.Read more
Click "read more" to learn how you could donate to your school instantly! Did you know the cost of educating a child with autism is roughly $60,000 per year? For more information on ways you can help contact Abby Girton, Director of Marketing & Development at 561-533-9917Read more
Special Needs Arts & Performance (SNAP) performs for our Palm Beach School for Autism family.
We Are Glad You Are Here!
Palm Beach School for Autism is a 501 (c)(3). We are a tuition free public charter school serving children from Preschool through 12th grade on the autism spectrum. We address the learning needs of the students that we serve through individual education plans, highly trained teachers and therapists and a focus on independence. In addition to an academic education, children are schooled in the arts, technology, wood shop, French, athletics, vocational programming, social skills and daily living skills. Generous donations from the community, our families, foundations and people like you are what has helped us to continue to provide a comprehensive program.Read More
PBSFA is a participant in in the 2014 FTI Consulting Great Charity Challenge presented by Fidelity Investments®.
January 6, 2014 - No Comments
UPDATE A big thank you to the FTI Consulting Great Charity Challenge what a fun way to support so many great organizations that do so much for our community. Thank all of you who supported the school through online voting! This was our first year in this competition and we were in 4th place for voting, wow […]More
November 18, 2013 - No Comments
“District making room for special needs kids”More