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. Classes are located at 758 N. Grondahl St. Covina, CA.
Participation in the Adult Transition Program enables students to envision their post-high school lives. We provide a full range of experiences that foster community integration and build independence.
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 5 Domains of Learning.
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.
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.