This study investigated the effect of physical education class using a new sports program in special class on the attention and physical fitness of students with autism disorder. As study subjects, 14 students with autism disorder in a special class of high school (experimental group: 7 students, control group: 7 students) were selected. They had systematic intervention for 15 weeks, a total of 30 sessions, which was performed through the special class curriculum adjustment and by trained teachers. To find the effect, Advances Test of Attention (ATA), the mean of the pre-post test of Physical Activity Promotion System for Students with Disabilities (PAPS-D), and Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) were conducted for analysis. As a result, the experimental group which had new sports program more improved their attention than the control group which had physical education on the basis of general special education curriculum, and all areas in physical fitness were found to be significantly influenced. This result showed that the physical activity based on new sports as the physical activity for special class positively influenced students with autism disorder. basic physical strength and attention. In addition, the result indicates that it is necessary to research the new sports based special physical activity additionally.