Physical Education

High School PE: The Physical Education Program in High School provides for physical, mental, social, and emotional skill development, which will aid them in everyday life and choices. The emphasis in the High School Physical Education program is to develop this understanding and skill through participation in physical activity. For students wanting to further their athletic skills, NCAA scholarships are available.

Activities: The following activities will be used to develop understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.

  • volleyball
  • speedball
  • soccer
  • track and field
  • agility development
  • badminton
  • aerobics
  • basketball
  • kickball

    M.S. PE- Physical Education is an important part of the total educational program. Students become aware of the social benefits of physical activity through participation.

    Drum Fit: Drum Fit is a fun, easy to learn, but challenging workout for all levels and abilities. For those who have great coordination it is a challenge, but it is also accessible for those with no to low coordination. It truly does cater to every level of learner. With drumsticks, yoga balls, upbeat music and choregraphed routines that combine both high and low intensity exercises, this is fitness on a whole new level. We burn calories, build muscles and learn some rhythm while having a whole lot of fun working out.

    NCAA Academic Standards Division I eligibility

    All students entering college must have completed 16 core courses in high school. Students must earn a minimum required GPA in core courses and a combined SAT or ACT sum score that matches this GPA on a sliding scale, which can be found in the NCAA Eligibility Center Quick Reference Guide.

Division II eligibility

Must have completed 16 core courses in high school.
Standards require a minimum GPA of 2.0 and a combined minimum SAT score of 820 or sum ACT score of 68.