Course Overview and contact information

Physical Education courses and activities will run through the technical program week in the school year 2021-2022. 

For additional information on our Physical Education, program please contact:

Rob McCann
Director of Academics & Title I Services 

Overview of Physical Education courses: 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION  (GRADE 9, 10, 11, 12): 


This course is designed to develop and condition the heart, lungs, muscles, and other organic systems of the body to meet daily and emergency needs.  Students will develop and express (in a socially acceptable way) respect for human rights and personal relationships in and through physical activity.  Students will demonstrate the basic skills and techniques required to successfully contribute to the participation in team-orientated activities such as soccer, flag football, basketball, volleyball, floor hockey, softball, speedball, team handball, track and field, and others.  The course will focus on basic skills and techniques required to successfully contribute to the participation in individual and dual lifetime activities such as archery, badminton, aerobics, weight training, skating, dancing, and others.  Students will demonstrate an understanding of the rules and regulations of all activities learned and recognize the need to remain physically fit by incorporating exercise into daily life.


This course will help guide students to developing an appreciation of the role physical fitness plays in achieving and maintaining a personal sense of well-being.  Students will participate in individual and group challenges designed to foster increased self-esteem and the ability to work together through group problem-solving.  Students will demonstrate the ability to trust peers and adults through Project Adventure activities.