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The importance of Learning Prep School's alumni lies in their remarkable representation of the school's success and impact on shaping individuals' lives. These graduates, armed with a tailored education that caters to their unique learning needs, emerge as confident, capable, and resilient individuals, ready to face the challenges of the world. Being a Learning Prep alumni means you will always be a part of the LPS Family!


Matt Morin, Class of 2013

Congratulations to Lt. Matt Morin, who recently presented at the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services Public Educators Conference about the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in the fire services. As an experienced firefighter and dedicated professional, Lt. Morin has witnessed firsthand the transformative power of embracing diversity in fire prevention efforts. Morin’s commitment to creating a more inclusive fire service led to the development of a groundbreaking training program that has already reached over 2000 industry professionals. This comprehensive program educates first responders about LGBTQIA history, terminology, and effective communication across differences, fostering a greater understanding and empathy within the fire service. With an unwavering commitment to education and fostering empathy, Morin stands as a champion for creating a fire service that values and respects the diverse identities and backgrounds within its ranks.

"It's amazing how far I've come from my days at LPS. I wouldn't be where I am today without the fantastic education LPS provided me!" —Lt. Matt Morin



What did you do after graduating from Learning Prep?

After I graduated from Learning Prep I went on to Landmark College in Vermont where I received my Associates degree. I then transferred to Lynn University and got my Bachelor's degree. I currently work at a gym that trains professional athletes and individuals with neurological injuries and disorders. 

What is your favorite memory from your time at Learning Prep?

I have cerebral palsy which effects my muscles in my whole body. Growing up during school hours I needed to use a walker. All my life my teachers told me how much I needed it and how it kept me safe. When I was a freshman at LPS I had made up my mind that I did not want to use it anymore. My mom and I went to my team leader Ellie Sullivan and made a plan. Ellie supported me the whole way.  My first day of my sophomore year in high school was the first school day that I didn’t have to use the walker. All the people I knew the prior year were so surprised and excited.

How did LPS prepare you for life after graduation?

LPS helped me grow as a person and learn how to advocate for myself. Before Learning Prep I was afraid to voice my opioions. After I came to Learning Prep I was comfortable asking for what I needed. I felt more confident in my academic work because the teachers taught me strategies to make reading easier.

What are you up to in your free time? What do you like to do for fun?

In my free time I enjoy working out! I value my health and want to make sure I stay mobile! I also have a great group of friends in Florida who like to do things on the weekends!  Christianity is a big part of my life and I spend multiple hours a week at church studying the word. I also enjoy making flower arrangements and enjoying natures beauty.

Share a fun fact about yourself! 

I lived in London for 3 years when I was younger.


Support with Transportation
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Travel Training
The Ride
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Health Care Websites to Help Young Adults
Assistive Technology Apps to Help with Executive Functioning
Free Online Training for College Students with Disabilities
Other Organizations
Parent Support Group
  • PPAL: Parent/Professional Advocacy League: 
    • Support groups for families of transition-aged youth, which are facilitated by parents who have lived experience raising children with all types of social emotional, behavioral or mental health related challenges. Many of the caregivers who attend have children who are diagnosed with ASD, bipolar, Anxiety, depression, etc.
    • There are also 1:1 peer to peer support, with assistance provided to families with navigating services etc. Services are free and have no wait list.
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