Great Give: Ten Buck Challenge
PBSFA is participating in the Great Give PBC on May 6. This is a day to donate. We are asking our supporters to donate just $10 then ask 10 friends to do the same! DOnate at this link: http://bit.ly/1fk4Cqf
Thank you to our annual sponsors!
Your support is appreciated. It is not too late! For more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Abby at 561-533-9917.
Boynton Knights & VIP Soccer
Thank you to AYSO region 1370 & The Boynton Knights for your support!
High School Program set to open in August, 2014
We are pleased to announce that the School District of Palm Beach County has approved our plan to offer a high school program to our community in August, 2014. For more information about this and other programs call 561-533-9917.
Special Needs Arts & Performance (SNAP) performs for our Palm Beach School for Autism family.
We Are Glad You Are Here!
The Palm Beach School for Autism is a tuition free public charter school serving children from Preschool through 9th grade throughout South Florida who have autism spectrum disorder. 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