Looking for 2016-2017 Sponsors

PBSFA is currently looking for community sponsors. What a great way to advertise your business while helping 300 terrific students right here in Palm Beach County! Click the Read More button for a closer look at the options. Contact Abby Girton for more information or to arrange a custon sponsors...

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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.

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Sensory-Friendly Safety Event

April 23, 2016 - No Comments

  NEWS RELEASE April 20, 2016 Contact: Abby Girton Phone: 561-533-9917 Email: AbbyG@pbsfa.org Palm Beach School for Autism 8480 Lantana Rd. Lake Worth, FL 33467 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE What: Community Collaborates for Autism/Sensory Friendly Safety Event When: April 28, 2016 10 AM- 1 PM Where: Palm Beach School for Autism 8480 Lantana Rd....


How the community gave back to our students!

April 23, 2016 - No Comments

Saks Fifth Avenue on Palm Beach has been holding a month long autism awareness event at their store. On April 22 they invited some of our high school students for a makeup lesson so they can look and feel their best as they prepare to enter the workforce. 10% of all Trish McEvoy sales go […]


Focus on Tomorrow

February 10, 2016 - No Comments

On February 20th we will be hosting a critical conference for all families who are beginning to think about transition for the child.  Transition means when your child goes from high school to adult hood.  If you are worried about what your child will be doing after 22 years of age, attending the conference is […]