Lincoln Child Center's Conyes Academy (Conyes) serves students with significant behavioral challenges who are not able to be served in a public school setting. As a certified nonpublic school Conyes Academy follows the standard California State curriculum for each grade level individualized to the needs strengths and capacity of each student. Conyes Academy offers a unique program that integrates special education and intensive mental health services for students in grades K-8. Staffed by certified special education teachers clinicians and counseling staff instruction and treatment are provided in small classrooms of 10-12 students and a staff to student ratio of 1-3. Mental health services include individual group and family counseling rehabilitative therapies crisis intervention and psychiatric treatment including medication evaluations and on-going consultation with on-site psychiatrists.
Conyes Academy is a private middle school in Oakland. The principal of Conyes Academy is Ms. Monjon LeNoir, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 50 children attend Conyes Academy and identify primarily as Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. The student to teacher ratio at Conyes Academy is 10:1. Head-Royce School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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Excellent teachers. Strong principal/school leadership. Wonderful direct care staff! I have always had a wonderful experience dealing with the caring people at Lincoln Child Center/Conyes Academy.
Lincoln Child Center is like a hidden treasure for the parents of the students with learning and behavior problems. It is located in the beautiful Oakland Hills with an uncommon natural beauty. It is celebrating its 125 years and still untouched by the urban pollution of all kinds. My hats off to the staff of the Center and congratulate the parents for making the right choice by enrolling your children in the Lincoln Child Center. I recommend all concerned parents and guardians to visit the center and you will realize that I am not exaggerating. Mani Nepali Educator/Student