About Adapted Physcial Education

The APE program offers a broad range of courses to meet the fitness needs of students with disabilities. The curriculum is designed to accommodate personal fitness goals through individual as well as appropriate group instruction.  Classes are held on campus in a large dedicated gym or accessible pool, as well as off-site classes in the community.

  • Adapted Total Fitness
  • Adapted Strength
  • Adapted Aerobics
  • Adapted Outdoor Education
  • Adapted Cardiovascular Training 


Adapted Physical Education

Adapted Physical Education

Since 1973

 The Adapted Physical Education (APE) program enrolls up to 400 students a quarter and offers up to 22 classes.

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Adapted Physical Education

Adapted Physical Education

Exercise Assistants

The APE program has trained classroom assistants and volunteers who work with students in carrying out their individualized exercise program.

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Adapted Physical Education

Adapted Physical Education

Aquatics

Aquatic classes use dynamic movements to condition strength, build cardiovascular endurance, and increase flexibility.   

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Adapted Physical Education

Adapted Physical Education

Outdoor Education

The outdoor education course is for students seeking an adventurous and experiential education. 

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Adapted Physical Education

Adapted Physical Education

Cupertino Senior Center

APE partners with the Cupertino Senior Center (CUPSC) offering a class in the community.   

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