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Health/Physical Education2019-07-19T16:11:12-07:00

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Nutrition, exercise and health are vital parts of life. Students will explore these subjects to help them understand their own health and implement healthy lifestyle practices.

COURSE CATALOG

This course provides an overview of how behavior affects health. The broad range of topics include nutrition and physical activity; growth, development; injury and safety prevention; alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs; mental, emotional, and social health; and personal and community health. Students will explore how the choices they make about their bodies affect both their present and future. They will also be given the tools to make informed decisions to better their health.

NOTE: Required for Graduation.

Suggested grade level: 9-12
Prerequisites: None

This course teaches students about the importance of physical activity and personal fitness, aspects of sport and recreation, and healthy eating habits. Throughout the course, students are expected to evaluate their own fitness, design an exercise plan, and track their results.

Suggested grade level: 9-12
Prerequisites: None

This course teaches students about the importance of physical activity and personal fitness, aspects of sport and recreation, and healthy eating habits. Throughout the course, students are expected to evaluate their own fitness, design an exercise plan, and track their results.

Suggested grade level: 9-12
Prerequisites: None

This course teaches students about the importance of physical activity and personal fitness, aspects of sport and recreation, and healthy eating habits. Throughout the course students are expected to evaluate their own fitness, design an exercise plan, and track their results.

NOTE: Required for Graduation

Suggested grade level: 9-12
Prerequisites: None

In this course, you’ll explore key concepts that will lead to improved fitness, wellness, and overall health. You’ll learn about the human body, including topics like anatomy, physiology, and nutrition. You’ll also explore practical applications for these topics, including metabolism manipulation, correct exercise form, and effective programming that’s tailored to fit your goals. Throughout the course, you’ll also have access to discussion boards, where you can talk about what you’ve learned and trade tips on exercise programming with your peers. This all leads to a lifetime of health and wellness.

NOTE: Required for Graduation

Suggested grade level: 9-12
Prerequisites: None

Health Sciences I: The Whole Individual introduces you to such health science disciplines as toxicology, clinical medicine, and biotechnology. Understanding how diagnostics and research lead to better identification and treatment of diseases, and the pertinent information and terminology.

Suggested grade level: 9-12
Prerequisites: None

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