The physical education program is designed to provide each individual, the opportunity to:
- Attain maximum motor development
- Move with ease, confidence, and a sense of well-being
- Utilize movement as a satisfactory means of creative expression
- Develop and maintain a high level of physical fitness
- Attain acquired movement and motor skills in worthwhile leisure activities
Mr. James Duprie
Physical Education credits are earned in a variety of ways. Students can earn the required credit through participation in athletics, band, ballet, dance, and cheer to name a few.
Strength and Conditioning
1 Credit ~ 2 Semesters ~ Grades 11-12
Students will learn the relationships between physical activity, physical fitness, group interaction, cooperation, an appreciation for the abilities and limitations of self and others and various health-related outcomes. Through the course, students will gain knowledge and skills needed to develop a lifelong pattern of physical activity. Students will also learn the basics of treating sports related injuries. By the end of the course, students will improve their physical fitness by participating in group fitness classes, weight training, walking, jogging, aquatic fitness, nutrition and other activities.