Physical Education Curriculum

The objectives of the Jr/Sr high school program regarding development and instructional needs of the students are to continue to develop Godly character traits such as honesty, sportsmanship, fair play, cooperation, kindness, and self-control.

 We also strive to improve the skill level of physical fitness, stimulate an interest in lifetime sports and activities, and develop a basic understanding of the rules of a variety of sports and lifetime activities.

The courses are taught from a distinctively Christian viewpoint by teaching compliance to rules, honesty, and fair play as biblical concepts; that respecting others is necessary regardless of their strengths and weaknesses; and that doing one’s best is more important than the outcome of the activity. Reinforced is that God is the Creator of our bodies and that He has orchestrated their many movements.

A positive, Godly attitude toward the activities, classmates and the instructors is a course expectation.

Grades 6-11

Three-year rotation of the following activities  (6 units of activity each year):
  • Archery
  • Badminton
  • Baseball (Boys)
  • BasketballField Hockey
  • Flag Football
  • Floor Hockey
  • Frisbee Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball (Girls)
  • Stickball (Lacrosse)Table Tennis
  • Team Handball
  • Tennis
  • Track & FieldVolleyball
  • Weight Training

Grade 12

  • Badminton
  • Bowling
  • Golf
  • Softball
  • Volleyball
  • Physical Fitness

Health 8

This ½ credit course begins with an anatomical survey of the body systems including embryology, cardiorespiratory, musculoskeletal, and nervous systems.  God’s perfect design as the creator and sustainer of our body is discussed with each body system, and as we learn how to best glorify God with our bodies.  In addition, environmental and household safety, emergency preparedness and responses, drug use, and abuse are covered in this course.

Health 12

This ½ credit course includes an overview of all eleven major body systems, along with detailed units of study covering disease, nutrition, drug use, and abuse, mental health, and first aid/CPR.  Students will address the mental, physical, social, and spiritual components of overall health and wellness within each specific unit of study.  Successful completion of this course is required to graduate.