Welcome To College Of Adaptive Arts

The College of Adaptive Arts (CAA) is a cutting edge nonprofit in San Jose, California, paving a new path for turning adults with disabilities into successful contributing citizens through the arts. We provide an environment where students can flourish and thrive and continue to push the boundaries of their potential. CAA offers classes in the arts, health, and wellness. Scholarships are available.






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Challenging the Minds by Danie Weaver, Director, CAA School of Communications

College of Adaptive Arts is known for their dance classes, their art classes, theatre classes, and hip hop classes. However,...

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where students can flourish and thrive and continue to push the boundaries of their potential.

Unique Position

College of Adaptive Arts is a model that is currently one-fourth of the way to becoming financially sustainable and replicable. CAA fits few EXISTING FUNDING CATEGORIES because it is a …

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CAA Weekly Updates: November 18 - 22 😃

Oct 29, 20183:10 pm

  * Community Performance Today: All CAA Dancers invited to perform at Hester Cluster, 1460 The Alameda, from 12:30 pm – 2 pm. * This Friday: You Are Cordially Invited to the CAA Annual Thanksgiving Potluck Feast: 7:30 pm – 9 pm. CAA Site. Thanksgiving Potluck – This annual event is a treat for CAA students and their family/caregiver.  The potluck will be November 22,...READ MORE

CAA Mid-Week Updates: Robotics Workshop Postponed & Float Building Session Saturday

Oct 26, 20189:23 pm

Mid-Week Updates: Mid-Week Updates: * Saturday’s Robotics Library Lecture Series Tournament has been postponed due to a Robotics team member’s family emergency. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers. Professors Suzanne and Katie will let you know when the tournament gets rescheduled. * This Saturday, 2 pm: CAA Parent Volunteer Moira Brown will be constructing the Mother Ginger skirt structure...READ MORE

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