HIGH SCHOOLOne of the following four PE classes must be taken in combination with Health to meet the Graduation Requirement. The three courses are non-elective courses.EITHERGENERAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION (BGHS, DVHS only)
This course develops the whole individual; physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially. As students progress, they encounter concepts and information across a spectrum of sports and activities. They are challenged to not only internalize this knowledge, but to competently apply it, using effective communication modes and through performance of various strategies, tactics, skills and techniques. Students will have the opportunity to participate in various activities, such as Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball, Racquetball, Flag Football, Badminton, Soccer, Softball, Lacrosse, etc.
RACQUET/ INDIVIDUAL SPORTS (Coed - BCHS, MRHS, SDOHS only)
This is a fitness concept based class that includes activities such as badminton, racquetball, tennis and individual sports.
FITNESS CENTER (Coed - BCHS, MRHS, SDOHS only)
This is a fitness concept based class that focuses on cardiovascular exercises such as aerobic dance, treadmills, stationary bikes, Stairmaster, line dancing, plyometric conditioning, running, and speed walking.
TEAM SPORTS (Coed - BCHS, MRHS, SDOHS only)
This is a fitness concept based class that includes activities such as basketball, volleyball, soccer, field hockey, ultimate Frisbee, and Speedaway.OTHER OPTIONS
LIMITED PHYSICAL EDUCATION (Coed)
This class is for those students unable to take Physical Education due to health problems. This course meets the physical education portion of the graduation requirement. Core class.
This is a modified physical education class for students with disabilities, designed to meet the graduation requirement.HEALTH (Coed)Health will provide students with the skills and knowledge to make personal health decisions and maintain a healthyenvironment. Meets the health portion of the graduation requirement. Required with a physical education core class.ELECTIVESADVANCED PHYSICAL EDUCATION (Coed)Students have the opportunity to expand on concepts of core classes while participating in individual and team sports such asracquetball, basketball, volleyball, tennis and softball.SYSTEMATICS 1-2 (Coed)This course emphasizes weight training using fixed and free weights. Students will study the muscular system and participate in aerobicactivities for endurance.SYSTEMATICS 3-4 (Coed)This course emphasizes weight training using fixed and free weights. Students will study the muscular system and participate in aerobicactivities for endurance. Each student will learn how to plan an individual conditioning program.SYSTEMATICS 5-6 (Coed)This course is for those students interested in serious weight training for bodybuilding, athletics, or competitive lifting. Each student willdevelop and carry out an individualized conditioning program.POWER TRAINING (Coed)This is a strength and conditioning class that will focus on training principles and nutritional strategies designed to enhance studentperformance and health. The course involves cardiovascular training, agility training, plyometric conditioning, speed development,hand eye coordination, flexibility and resistance training.ADVANCED FITNESS CENTER (Coed)This course will include an intense program in physical fitness through warm-up, cardiovascular, and cool-down activities. This class will also include strengthening and toning activities. Students will also learn about muscles, nutrition, and weight control.LIFETIME SPORTS (Coed)This course builds on fitness concepts in activities which will include croquet, speed walking, golf, Frisbee, and table tennis.