About ATP

  • ATP students and staff gather on field The Covina-Valley Unified School District Adult Transition Program (ATP) is designed for students ranging from 18-22 years of age with moderate to severe disabilities. 

    Participation in the Adult Transition Program enables students to envision their post-high school lives. We provide a full range of experiences that fosters community integration and builds independence. The MISSION OF OUR PROGRAM is to unlock the potential of young adults to achieve their unique level of independence. With the vision of building citizens that contribute in making a positive impact on and in their community. 

    ATP offers a range of classes that address different levels of ability; levels of support are based on individual student needs.  Students and their families are core members of the teams that develop individual goals and activities related to the Five Domains of Learning. Students will learn financial literacy, healthy lifestyle choices, vocational skills, self-advocacy and community awareness.

    Lessons learned in the ATP classroom are practiced in real-world settings. A fully functioning, on-site studio apartment enables students to practice daily living skills.

    A newly added Office Space has been introduced so that students can learn soft skills such as answering phones, transferring calls, filing, organizing, resume building, computer skills and office etiquette. 

    Activities within the Vocational Domain allow ATP students to practice basic employability skills in real-world settings.  Our partner business owners and managers are highly committed to the success of our students.