Health/Physical Education

Note: All students must earn 1 credit of PE for graduation.


PE YOGA - PE873

This course is designed to work with each individual in the context of their life - physically, nutritionally, socially, and psychologically.  In addition, the course supports the students for long-term health and awareness beyond the physical education classroom.  Instructional activities include core strength development through yoga and stretching; and nutritional education.

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HEALTH EDUCATION - PE800 (HLTH ED)

Credit: .5
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisite: None

This course provides opportunities for students to acquire facts, develop proper attitudes, and establish practices and habits that will contribute to personal, family, and community health. The course will include lectures, speakers, group discussions, and videotapes. The following topics will be covered: wellness, mental health, nutrition, first aid, consumer education, environmental health, diseases, substance abuse, tobacco use, sexually transmitted diseases, human sexuality, and decision-making skills.

  • Credit: .5
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
  • Prerequisite: None
PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH SCIENCE - TC770 (PRINHLSC)

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisite: None
Note: Satisfies Health Credit
Note: Lab fee $26.00

Principles of Health Science is designed to develop healthcare specific knowledge and skills in effective communications, ethical and legal responsibilities, client care, safety, first aid, and CPR. Principles of Health Science prepares students for transition to clinical or work-based learning experiences in health care.

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
  • Prerequisite: None
FOUNDATIONS OF PERSONAL FITNESS - PE807A/B (PEFOUND)

Credit: .5—1
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisite: None

This course is designed to help each student understand and experience better personal health and fitness. Activities to promote personal fitness will include weight training, cardiovascular training, and flexibility. Foundations of Personal Fitness also discusses the following topics: body composition, nutrition, and safety as it relates to fitness. Each student will design his or her personal fitness program.

  • Credit: 1
  • Credit: .5
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
  • Prerequisite: None
TEAM & INDIVIDUAL SPORTS - PE808A/B (PEITS)

Credit: .5 - 1
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisite: None
Note: Students may not sign-up to take this course for credit twice in the same school year without departmental approval.

This course includes the basic skills, rules, and offers participation through practice and tournament play in various team sports. Activities may include the sports of flag football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, softball, track and field, as well as various indoor and outdoor games. The course will begin with a six-week unit on personal fitness. All students will be graded on participation (70%) and skills (30%).

  • Credit: 1
  • Credit: .5
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
  • Prerequisite: None
AEROBIC ACTIVITIES I - PE816 (PEAA)

Credit: .5 - 1
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisite: None
Note: Hyline candidates accepted as members will take Aerobic Activities or Dance I in the spring semester as well

This course is designed to teach the locomotor skills through the basic dance techniques of ballet, modern, and jazz. Chorus line work is included. It is highly recommended for those students who plan to audition for the Hyline Dance Team at the end of the fall semester. All students are expected to perform one piece in Spotlight. Required dance attire will include a black leotard, black ankle tights and black jazz shoes.

  • Credit: 1
  • Credit: .5
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
  • Prerequisite: None
OUTDOOR ADVENTURE EDUCATION - PE805 - (PEAOA)

Credit: 0.5
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisite: None

Outdoor Adventures is a fun and exciting co-ed physical education course, or elective. Students are taught lifelong skills by using and integrated curriculum of science, math, writing, and critical thinking skills. The focus is on outdoor activities including: Fishing, Archery, Boater Education, Orienteering, Survival Skills, First Aid/CPR, Trip Planning, Tackle Crafts, Hiking, Backpacking, Camping, Outdoor Cooking, Mountain Bike Camping, Hunter Education, Fauna/Flora/Wilderness Medicine, Paddle Sports, and Wildlife Conservation.

 

  • Credit: .5
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
  • Prerequisite: None