- Media Center
The purpose of this course is to provide students with opportunities to develop an individual optimal level of physical fitness, acquire knowledge of physical fitness concepts and recognize the significance of life-style on one’s health and fitness.
The purpose of this course is to develop and enhance critical life management skills necessary to make sound decisions and take positive actions for healthy and effective living.
Team Sports I / II
The purpose of these courses is to acquire knowledge of strategies of team sports play, develop skills in selected team sports, and maintain and/or improve personal fitness.
Beginning / Intermediate Aerobics
The purpose of this course is to develop an individual optimal level of cardiovascular fitness. Students will acquire knowledge of cardiovascular fitness concepts and the significance of cardiovascular fitness on ones health.
Beginning / Intermediate Weight Training
The purpose of this course is to acquire basic knowledge and skills in weight training that may be used in current and future physical fitness pursuits, improve muscular and strength and endurance, and to enhance body image.
Volleyball / Basketball
The purpose of this course is to acquire knowledge and skills in volleyball and basketball for current and future recreational pursuits and maintain and/or improve personal fitness. Strategies of team play, skill acquisition, and the maintenance and/or improvement of personal fitness should be stressed.
Fitness Life-Style Design
This course involves students in acquiring a life style that promotes fitness and well-being.
Fitness Issues for Adolescents
This course provides instruction to students regarding issues particular to adolescent health and fitness.
Driver Education Class
This course introduces students to the highway transportation system an provides instruction in strategies which will develop driving knowledge and skills related to today’s and tomorrow’s motorized society. Course content includes the four (4) hour drug course required by the state plus an in-depth study of the scope and nature of accident problems and their possible solutions. An up-to-date study of the ever-changing Florida driving laws are covered in detail. Five (5) hours behind the wheel driving will be given to each student. Each student will receive actual driving time on the road. Tests for restricted license and regular license will be given during class.
Required PE Elective Outdoor Education
The purpose of this course is to enable students to acquire knowledge and skills necessary to participate in outdoor sports as well as develop their levels of health related fitness.