The purpose of this study is to examine research findings regarding multidisciplinary chronic pain and youth functioning in school to identify classroom accommodations that support attendance and participation. A high percentage of youth suffer from chronic pain and experience high rates of school absence and a decrease in school participation. However, there is little research and clinical knowledge available that directly addresses youth functioning in the school. Strategies that support staying in and succeeding at school are required for youth with chronic pain. Examining and synthesizing literature in this area may allow us to determine effective classroom accommodations that can be put in place to adapt to the needs of the student.