Health classes provide the opportunity to acquire accurate information and develop healthful attitudes and behavior patterns. The health education curriculum provides age-appropriate information that includes family life and human development, HIV/AIDS and substance abuse prevention, mental health, nutrition, fitness/exercise, and wellness/safety concepts. A Family Life Advisory Committee reviews and approves all curricular materials. Parental permission is required before a student takes family life and HIV/AIDS prevention units.
Physical education enables students to evaluate their personal fitness levels and improve their fitness, sport and activity levels for a lifetime of well being. Students are tested quarterly on their fitness level. Students learn and practice the basic skills, rules and strategies of a wide range of individual and teams sports along with the fundamentals of good sportsmanship, self control and respect for others.