LEARN Academy is a leading provider of school therapeutic programs and services supporting students, families, and education professionals.
Focused on Student Transitions and Reintegration
We place an emphasis on students’ successful transition to less restrictive environments which is achieved in a variety of ways. Transition methods encompass dual enrollment or full-time return to the district combined with dual enrollment into local community colleges or occupational centers.
Therapeutic Services offered by LEARN Academy:
- Mental Health Services
- Special Education and Related Services
- Student and Family Counseling
- Wellness Programs
- Special Education Day School Programming
- Level C Capacity Building
Mental Health Services
We have full-time Mental Health Therapists who provide individual and group counseling to all students. All students are involved in our Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) each period of the day. (Beach Cities)
Special Education and Related Services
LEARN Academy provides DIS services to students according to their IEP offer of FAPE. These services may include Counseling, Speech, Occupational Therapy, and Behavior Intervention. (Lightstreet)
Student and Family Counseling
Students enter our schools via the IEP process and are placed by school district personnel. LEARN Academy works closely with school districts in helping students meet their educational needs in the least restrictive environment. Students advance through an academic and behaviorally oriented level system representative of their progress toward personal and IEP-based goals.
School districts, parents, students and LEARN Academy all work together to determine the student’s exit plan based on factors such as behavior, grades, attendance and availability
Special Education Day School Programming
Full service Non Public Schools serving the students enrolled with LEARN Academy. Our schools serve students with a variety of disabilities including Emotional Disturbance, Autism, Other Health Impairment and Specific Learning Disability.
A full curriculum is provided in grades 1-12, as well as a variety of specialized educational, vocational, and extracurricular activities. Students participate in the traditional school day which includes academic instruction from credentialed Special Education teachers using a combination of directed instruction, online instruction and individualized academic contracts.
Students participate in individual and group counseling run by our licensed therapists. BCL is responsible for implementing all parts of the IEP.