CASE Collaborative

Formed in 1974, the Concord Area Special Education (CASE) Collaborative serves students and teachers in our eleven member districts as well as many from outside the CASE region. CASE Collaborative brings together our school district partners, schools, faculty specialists, staff and families to create exceptional and individualized learning for all. Our focus is on creating and providing educational programs and services that help students to grow, develop, and achieve their potential as individuals.

Programs Available

Alternative Program K-8

Collaborative: 

The CASE Developmental Disabilities Program offers highly structured self-contained therapeutic classes that are academically challenging, while also remaining supportive and sensitive to the individual needs of each student.

Autism Spectrum Disorders Program (ASD)

Collaborative: 

All classes in the ASD Program are located in public school buildings with same-age peers. The ASD Program offers self-contained classes that typically provide individualized programming with instruction in a 1:1 or 1:2 staff-to-student ratio.

Colebrook High School

Collaborative: 

Colebrook High School is a Collaborative Therapeutic Day School that serves adolescents whose educational needs have not been met in a traditional high school setting. The school is located on the Acton/Boxborough Public School Complex.

Developmental Disabilities Program

Collaborative: 

The CASE Developmental Disabilities Program offers highly structured self-contained classes that are supportive and sensitive to the individual needs of each student. The staff utilizes a team model in providing therapeutic intervention services to students.

Developmental Preschool

Collaborative: 

All classes in the CASE Developmental Preschools Program are located in public school buildings with same- aged classmates.