Physical Education I, II, III, IV
- Physical Education and Health
Level: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: Preceding Level
Student Athletes may qualify for exemption from this course; students should see their counselor for details.
The Physical Education Program is offered on a coeducational basis. This program offers an extensive program of activities for students so individual needs and interests are met.
The impetus of a federal law referred to as Title IX assisted us in organizing this program. Title IX states that students shall have equal opportunity to select courses offered with the high school setting regardless of sex.
The freshmen activities that are offered are badminton, basketball, flag football, lacrosse, physical fitness, softball, soccer, tennis, handball, and volleyball.
The sophomore class will engage in learning the five components of health-related fitness through daily activities such as, but not limited to: group workouts, team workouts, weight-bearing exercises, and group teaching.
The junior and senior students may include the units listed above plus bowling, golf, pickle-ball, physical management, recreational games, and outdoor games. Student’s grades will be determined by daily class participation, written assignments or quizzes, and skill tests.