Partnership with FIT60

Port View Preparatory® is excited about a new partnership with Functional Interval Training 60 (FIT60) at both our Tustin and Ontario campuses. Functional Interval Training consists of varied movements performed at different levels of intensity, and the movements reflect the best aspects of gymnastics, weightlifting, running, rowing and more.  Physical training and tailored exercises benefit special needs students with their motor skills, balance and strength development.

Every week, students from Port View Prep will receive 30-minute training sessions by a coach from FIT60.  Training has been adapted for students with complex challenges and includes:

  • Warm-up sessions: 5-10 minutes at the beginning of class
  • Movement Instruction: 5-10 minutes
  • WOD (Workout of the Day): 10-20 minutes
"To be honest with you, I haven't had a worry or care in the world about Mikey's safety since he started at PVP."
- Rachel Darr
"My son had been to different Non Public Schools but nothing compared to Port View. We finally found the right and great  school for him. We feel at peace now sending him to school knowing that people will take care of him and able to handle his behaviors. We are so grateful because of this."
- Veronica Barin

Movements include:

  • Air squats
  • Sit-ups
  • Short distance running
  • Kettlebell swings
  • Push-ups
  • Olympic movements with the use of a PVC pipe instead of bars
  • Deadlifts with bars
  • Ring rows
  • Farmer Carry with Kettle Bells
  • Step-ups
  • Jumping Jacks
  • Burpees
  • Sled drag
  • Jumping

The weekly workouts will consist of a number of these movements and every workout will be adjusted to meet individual needs. Waivers will be sent home with students who are interested in this valuable elective program. For more information, please contact Principals Edward Miguel at 714-463-6391 or Melaura Erickson-Tomaino at 714-463-6392.


Port View Prep is proud to offer weekly yoga and dance courses where available. We work exclusively with certified instructors, who visit our campus to engage students in weekly sessions to stretch their bodies and minds.