PE & Health

List of 5 items.

  • Health - AA

    This course is designed to give the students the skills and knowledge to become autonomous adults. The topics covered are you and your health, physical fitness and nutrition, and mental and emotional health. Other topics covered are human reproduction, sexually transmitted diseases (including HIV/AIDS), tobacco, alcohol, and illegal drugs. The students are evaluated on homework/journal assignments, unit tests/quizzes, projects, and participation.
  • Physical Education - AA

    Physical Education in the Upper School is a four-year graduation requirement and an important component to a student’s full educational experience. The requirement is met through participating in interscholastic athletics or a general physical education class each trimester. The goal of the athletic program is to develop each student’s will, strength, skill, endurance, and ability to function in a team environment. If not involved with an athletic team for the trimester, students participate in a physical education class to develop individual fitness goals and proper techniques on how to achieve those goals.
  • Athletic Training

    This course is designed to give a general overview of athletic training.  It will provide the students an introduction into the fundamentals of athletic training. This will encompass prevention, assessment, and treatment of injuries.  The students will learn basic first aid, injury assessment, taping and bracing, rehabilitation techniques, and strength and recovery concepts.
  • Physical Education - AAG

    Physical Education in the Upper School is a four-year graduation requirement that seeks to promote the understanding and value of the importance of a healthy and well-conditioned body and mind throughout one's life. The requirements can be met by participating in an interscholastic sport or taking an in-school Physical Education class. Each of the 5 Physical Education modalities will incorporate goal setting, fitness acquisition, teamwork, and self-evaluation, with the overall goal of developing a holistic lifelong desire to participate in healthy activities which promote a positive body image.
  • Health - AAG

    This course is designed to give the students the skills and knowledge to become autonomous adults. The topics covered are you and your health, physical fitness and nutrition, and mental and emotional health. Other topics covered are human reproduction, sexually transmitted diseases (including HIV/AIDS), tobacco, alcohol, and illegal drugs. The students are evaluated on homework/journal assignments, unit tests/quizzes, projects, and participation.

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