• PE 9

    An introduction to various physical activities and sports. Instruction includes basic skills, rules, safety, etiquette, sportsmanship, care of equipment and personal hygiene. All freshman students will be required to participate and pass the California State Physical Fitness Tests (PFT) that include: mile run, push-ups, curl-ups, trunk lift, shoulder stretch or sit and reach, and body mass index. (Students must pass five of the six criteria).

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  • PE 9 / 10

    Course designed to reinforce the importance of physical health and fitness. Emphasis will be placed on sportsmanship in recreational activities. Students needing to make up both PE 9 and PE 10 may take this course twice for credit. Students who have not passed the physical fitness testing during their freshman or sophomore class will be required to take PE 9/10 until they successfully complete the test or until they graduate (whichever comes first).

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  • PE 10

    This course is designed to build upon the concepts taught in PE 9 with more emphasis on learning life-long skills and activities, analyzing personal fitness activities and developing personal goals. All sophomore students who have not past the PFT will be required to participate and pass the PFT that includes: mile run, push-ups, curl-ups, trunk lift, shoulder stretch or sit and reach, and body mass index. (Students must pass five of the six criteria).

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  • ADVANCED WEIGHT TRAINING

    Designed to provide the opportunity to develop high levels of fitness through involvement in weight training, running and calisthenics. May be repeated for credit.

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  • ATHLETIC PE

    Designed to assist today’s student athletes in balancing the demands of athletics and academics. Areas of emphasis will be on learning styles, conditioning, endurance training, sports psychology, tutoring, sports theories, injury prevention, nutrition, self-analysis, history of sports and application of sports knowledge to lifelong learning.

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  • GROUP FITNESS

    Designed as a fun elective P.E. class for students who want to exercise and improve and/or maintain their level of physical fitness. This class is a great way to get in shape in a fun way by doing a wide variety of physical activities that include kickboxing, yoga, X-biking, circuit training, weights, cross training, step aerobics and athletic conditioning.

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  • RECREATION ADMINISTRATION

    Recreation Administration is a 10-credit course designed to teach students leadership, management, and organized skills through the creation and implementation of youth recreational activities.

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  • WEIGHT TRAINING

    Designed to provide the opportunity to develop high levels of fitness through involvement in weight training, running and calisthenics. May be repeated for credit.

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