About Beacon High School
Beacon High School is a co-educational, therapeutic high school located in Watertown, Massachusetts that serves 60 students, ages 14–22, from the Greater Boston area. The Beacon High School mission is to provide integrated educational and therapeutic services in an academic environment that encourages student growth and responsibility.
Beacon High School has welcomed students since 1971, formerly as New Perspectives School in Brookline, Massachusetts; the school is Chapter 766-approved by the Massachusetts Department of Education and certified by the Watertown School Committee to grant a high school diploma. Beacon High School is a program of Walker. For information about admission to Beacon, please contact Pamela Travers, M.Ed., Director, by e-mail or at 617-993-5100.