Health and P.E.

get some exercise

Physical Education 1 [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This introductory class for freshmen emphasizes basic physical fitness with some team sports activities. Physical fitness and basic skills are parts of the program. Required for all freshmen.

Weight Training & Cycling [Co-ed] (0.3 units)

Weight Training & Fitness [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
Emphasis on weight training and physical fitness conditioning as a way to build and maintain an individual’s body.

Weight Training & Tennis [Co-ed] (0.3 units)

Physical Fitness [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This course is specifically designed to bring into focus the importance of a daily exercise program Concentration will be in the areas of cardiovascular fitness, strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility.

Weight Training/Golf (0.3 units)

Walking and Fitness [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This course uses walking as the primary source for improving and maintaining physical fitness. Other exercises will also be used to enhance fitness.

Weight Training/Running [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This course emphasizes the weight training the first half of the semester and running the second half. Course includes instruction of using weights and running as a means of improving and maintaining physical health. Evaluation: Participation and fitness emphasis.

Weight Training/Volleyball (0.3 units)

Badminton/Tennis (0.3 units)

Flagball/Volleyball [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This course emphasizes the sports of flagball the first half of the semester and volleyball the second half. Course includes instruction of rules, skills, and strategies of flagball and volleyball. Physical fitness is also an important part of the class. Evaluation: Participation and sports emphasis.

Badminton/Softball [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This course emphasizes the sports of badminton the first half of the semester and softball the second half. Course includes instruction of rules, skills, and strategies of badminton and softball. Physical fitness is also an important part of the class. Evaluation: Participation and sports emphasis.

Tennis/Rollerhockey (0.3 units)

Roller Hockey/Soccer [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This course emphasizes the sports of floor hockey the first half of the semester and soccer the second half. Course includes instruction of rules, skills, and strategies of floor hockey and soccer. Physical fitness is also an important part of the class. Evaluation: Participation and sports emphasis.

Volleyball/Softball (0.3 units)

Softball/Basketball (0.3 units)

Basketball/Volleyball [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This course emphasizes the sports of basketball the first half of the semester and volleyball the second half. Course includes instruction of rules, skills, and strategies of basketball and volleyball.  Physical fitness is also an important part of the class. Evaluation: Participation and sports emphasis.

Basketball/Golf [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This course emphasizes the sports of basketball the first half of the semester and golf the second half. Course includes instruction of rules, skills, and strategies of basketball and golf Physical fitness is also an important part of the class. Evaluation: Participation and sports emphasis.

Aerobics and fitness [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This course involves improving and maintaining fitness by means of using exercises that are cardiovascular. A variety of exercises will be used to maintain an elevated heart rate.

Independent PE [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
Students arrange with the instructor to participate in fitness activities on a regular basis. Students record exercises done outside of the normal school day. Regular interaction with the instructor is involved.

Lifeguarding (0.3 units)
An activity course offered at the Andrews University pool. Requires permission of the instructor.

Cycling and Fitness [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
The major portion of the class is cycling with a bicycle in good repair. Physical fitness activities are also included in this class.

OUTDOOR EDUCATION

Mountain Bike Tour/Backpacking Tour [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
These courses are designed to give the student an awareness of God’s second book of nature as a means of enjoyment. The students will learn how to plan for and participate in a strenuous week long trip. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. A fee is required for travel and expenses. Those on citizenship probation may not register for this class. Odd years - Backpacking, Even years - Mountain Biking.

Rollerblading/Circuit Training [Co-ed] (0.3 units)
This course emphasizes the rollerblading the first half of the semester and circuit training the second half. Course includes instruction of skills relating to rollerblading and weight training using a circuit system. Evaluation: Participation and fitness emphasis.

Health Education (0.3 units)
This class includes principles of health, their meaning to the individual and the community; scientific counsel in the writings of Ellen G White; acquaintance with current advances in health knowledge and healthful living. Prerequisite: Juniors and seniors only