It is required for all students to take a semester of Physical Education. The program stresses physical fitness, sportsmanship, individual and team play, and games/skills for lifelong fitness. In addition, the rules and skills of various sports are taught while an atmosphere of enjoyment is created. Activities include: volleyball, floor hockey, football, soccer, exercise circuits, and other sports and activities.
It is required for all students to take a semester of Health Education. The course is designed to help students examine their lifestyles, set goals, and make plans to achieve optimum health throughout life. Students learn to differentiate between healthy and risky behaviors, and to recognize the effects of the behaviors they choose. Topics to be covered include: stress management, mental health, mental disorders, alcohol and drug education, communicable diseases, human sexuality, nutrition, and social health.