• Physical Education Courses

    Physical Education (Grades 9-12)
    Physical Education is a co-ed course for grades 9-12 which focuses on individual and team fall/winter sports and provides participants with training in activities for nine weeks and training in the fitness center for nine weeks.  The activities may include but are not limited to: physical fitness testing, flag football, basketball, hockey, volleyball, softball, badminton, ultimate frisbee, and table tennis.  In the fitness center, students will be given a pre-assessment and instruction as to the proper technique on each machine.
    Physical Education 6, 7 and 8
    The 6th - 8th grade rotation courses are 6-week courses which focus on both team and individual activities. A major focus of these courses will be physical fitness.  Each student will participate in a fitness assessment at the beginning of the grading period.  The Marine Physical Fitness Test will be administered during the course.  Other fitness activities will include jogging and jumping rope.  The additional activities offered will be foul shooting and basketball, volleyball, flag football, hockey, and ultimate games. 
    Conditioning provides students with individual weight training and cardio-vascular activities designed to increase strength, stamina, and physical well-being.  Because class size must be limited, scheduling preference will be given to juniors and seniors.  Sophomores will be accepted if space is available. 
    Movement PE is an alternative physical education class offered to students in grades 9-12.  It offers students opportunities to engage in physical activities other than team sports.  Activities include but are not limited to: Yoga, Pilates, Dance, Weight Training, Badminton, Ping-Pong, Capture the Flag, Frisbee, Walking, Jump Rope, and Cardiovascular Exercise. 
Last Modified on February 16, 2024