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Health Opportunity through PE (H.O.P.E.)
(1 credit)
Grades 9-12 
This course challenges students to relate course material to their own lives. The course is to encourage and develop in students a lifelong,
positive attitude toward being physically fit. During the year, students will acquire knowledge
of physical fitness concepts, understand the significance of life-style on health and fitness, and begin to develop an optimal level of fitness. Cutting edge information is presented on sexually transmitted diseases, drug abuse, medicine, family dynamics, suicide, mental health, CPR, nutrition and eating disorders, stress management, and other timely topics.

Weight Training - Beginning
(.5 credit)
Grades 9-12
This course provides students with opportunities to acquire knowledge and skills in weight training including an assessment of muscular strength and endurance, knowledge of health problems associated with inadequate levels of muscular strength, skeletal muscles, sound nutritional practices, and consumer issues related to weight training.

Weight Training - Intermediate
(.5 credit)
Grades 9-12
This course reinforces beginning weight training knowledge and expansion of the weight program by incorporating new exercises. Also, it will introduce students to the new knowledge of various weight training theories and equipment available in the field to develop muscular strength and endurance.
Prerequisite: Pass beginning weight training

Weight Training - Advanced
(.5 credit)
Grades 9-12
This course provides continued reinforcement of beginning and intermediate weight training. The student will implement a personal weight training program to meet specific needs and goals.
Prerequisite: Pass intermediate weight training