Physical Education enables the student to synthesize much of what they have learned in the earlier grades, including knowledge of human growth, development, and physiology. The student is able to work as a team member and focus on the needs and contributions of other team members beyond themselves. The student will develop a willingness to acknowledge and respect stylistic differences in performance.
Students in Advanced Physical Eduction are capable of choosing the physical activities they want to pursue. They are more able to generalize from previous experiences and to apply biomechanical principal to the analysis of a variety of movement skills. Students can apply knowledge, skills, and attitudes acquired in physical education experiences to become more proficient in one or more activities that lead to achieving personal goals for lifetime fitness.
The student can apply knowledge, skills and attitudes acquired in Weight Training that lead to achieving personal goals for lifetime fitness. The student will become proficient in developing motor, skills, body movements, cardiovascular endurance and muscular development. A well-planned weight training program will provide the student an opportunity for physical growth and social development. This course may be repeated for credit.