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Physical Education 10 (3 or 5 credits)

The aim of the physical education program is to enable individuals to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle.  This course is planned according to Alberta Learning Program of Studies. The compulsory units in Physical Education 10 include fitness (circuit training, weight training, yoga), team games (volleyball, basketball, team handball, flag football, soccer, broomball) individual games (badminton, pickle ball, tennis) and dance (line, social, Zumba).

 

Physical Education 20 (3 or 5 credits)

 The Physical Education 20 program is developed around the same philosophy regarding knowledge and skills necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. This course includes the same compulsory units as Physical Education 10; as well as racquetball, wallclimbing, and curling. The instruction and activities focus on more advanced skills and strategies as well as personal goal setting.  A prerequisite of 65% in Phys. Ed. 10 is required for 5 credit PE 20.

 

Physical Education 30 (5 credits)

The Physical Education 30 program is developed around the same philosophy regarding knowledge and skills necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. This course includes the same compulsory units as Physical Education 10/20; however, instruction and activities focus on more advanced skills, strategies, personal goal setting, and leadership. Additional activities include squash, curling, Disc golf, pitch and putt, and scuba diving.  Course fees to cover the cost of these activities are collected at the time of registration for Physical Education 30. Additional fees will be collected for an overnight camp which will include accommodation, food, transportation, canoeing, kayaking, wall climb, zip line, archery, outdoor games and other activities. Students must qualify for this overnight camp and be in good standing within the school. A prerequisite of 65% in Phys. Ed. 20 is required.



 


Physical Education


Physical Education 10 (3 or 5 credits)

The aim of the physical education program is to enable individuals to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle.  This course is planned according to Alberta Learning Program of Studies. The compulsory units in Physical Education 10 include fitness (circuit training, weight training, yoga), team games (volleyball, basketball, team handball, flag football, soccer, broomball) individual games (badminton, pickle ball, tennis) and dance (line, social, Zumba).

 

Physical Education 20 (3 or 5 credits)

 The Physical Education 20 program is developed around the same philosophy regarding knowledge and skills necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. This course includes the same compulsory units as Physical Education 10; as well as racquetball, wallclimbing, and curling. The instruction and activities focus on more advanced skills and strategies as well as personal goal setting.  A prerequisite of 65% in Phys. Ed. 10 is required for 5 credit PE 20.

 

Physical Education 30 (5 credits)

The Physical Education 30 program is developed around the same philosophy regarding knowledge and skills necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. This course includes the same compulsory units as Physical Education 10/20; however, instruction and activities focus on more advanced skills, strategies, personal goal setting, and leadership. Additional activities include squash, curling, Disc golf, pitch and putt, and scuba diving.  Course fees to cover the cost of these activities are collected at the time of registration for Physical Education 30. Additional fees will be collected for an overnight camp which will include accommodation, food, transportation, canoeing, kayaking, wall climb, zip line, archery, outdoor games and other activities. Students must qualify for this overnight camp and be in good standing within the school. A prerequisite of 65% in Phys. Ed. 20 is required.