Health & Fitness
Washington State guidelines require students to take a minimum of 1.5 Health/Fitness credits as part of graduation requirements. Students will develop their spiritual, emotional, mental, social, and psychological selves through academic study and physical activity. Students will increase individual fitness, discover lifetime healthy activities, and improve relationship with God, ourselves, and one another.
- PE1103 - CO-ED FITNESS (SEMESTER OR FULL YEAR)
- PE1015 - HEALTH (SEMESTER)
- PE1100 - WEIGHT TRAINING AND CONDITIONING (SEMESTER OR FULL YEAR)
- PE1200 - ADVANCED WEIGHT TRAINING/SPORTS FITNESS (SEMESTER OR FULL YEAR)
- PE1107 - YOGA/GROUP FITNESS (SEMESTER OR FULL YEAR)
- PE1204 - STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING (SEMESTER OR FULL YEAR)
Prerequisite: Athletic clothing will be mandatory. Open to all grades.
This course focuses on the fundamentals of physical education. Activities selected promote teamwork and individual fitness goals. Students are taught skills which can be used throughout life. Some of the activities include basketball, lacrosse, badminton, pickle ball, hockey, rugby, volleyball, soccer, and self-defense.
Prerequisite: Must be a current Sophomore.
Students will develop knowledge and skills pertaining to personal health and wellness. Some of the content covered includes physical, social, mental/emotional, and spiritual health; body systems functioning; nutrition; physical activity; eating disorders; tobacco, drug, and alcohol abuse; and human sexuality.
Prerequisite: Weight Training and Conditioning or approval of Health/Fitness faculty.
Students will train in this course to meet their specific goals: sport improvement, weight lifting, and increased fitness. Each student will receive an individualized fitness program that includes nutrition and exercise components.