High School Health & Physical Education Curriculum



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    7061 PE/Health (9 weeks, every day, 0 .5 credit)
    7062 PE/Health (18 weeks, A/B, 0.5 credit)
    (Graduation requirement)

    This required course, integrates the development of physical fitness and sports within units of study aimed at instilling health knowledge, desirable personal habits, positive attitudes, and good decision-making skills. The Physical Education portion of this course will include Team Sports, Lifetime Sports, Personal Fitness, Cooperative Activities and more. Health education included in this course will include: Nutrition, First Aid, Substance Abuse, Mental Health, Stress Management, Healthy Relationships, and HIV/AIDS. This process of learning about the needs and care of the human mind and body is essential for optimal living.


    7069 Stress Management and Healthy Living (9 weeks, every day, 0.5 credit)  

    7069Q Stress Management and Healthy Living (9 weeks A/B, 0.25 credit)

    This course is centered around developing a comprehensive understanding of stress, its pervasive effects on various aspects of an individual's life, and effective stress management techniques for coping. Encompassing a wide range of topics, this course will include an understanding of what stress is, the impact stress has on all elements of a person’s life, and stress management reduction techniques for coping. By the end of the course, students will not only have a profound understanding of stress but also possess a set of practical skills to effectively manage and reduce stress in their lives. This knowledge and these tools will empower them to lead healthier, more balanced lives and develop resilience in the face of life's challenges. This course can be taken more than once.



    7562 Advanced Health (9 weeks, every day, 0.5 credit)

    7562C Advanced Health (CB Cyber Course-9 weeks, every day, 0.5 credit) 

    This nine-week course is designed for students with an interest in health or medicine. Course content includes the study of basic anatomy (structure) and physiology (function) of the human body. The focus of the course will analyze the impact of a disease or a life/health problem on the physical, psychological, and social well-being of the individual. Various techniques will be practiced throughout the course and appropriate clothing is required to participate. *7562C is an asynchronous online course offered through CB Cyber. Please visit www.cbsd.org/cyber for more information.  NOTE:  CB West students will participate in a pilot program with Doylestown Hospital.  The pilot program is a guest speaker series meeting periodically throughout the course at Doylestown Hospital. 


    7560 Unified Physical Education  (9 weeks, every day, 0.5 credit-CB South and CB East)  

    7560S Unified Physical Education   (18 weeks, A/B, 0.5 credit-CB West)  

    Unified Physical Education is an elective course that offers a unique opportunity for students of varying ability levels and backgrounds to collaborate and serve as both a peer mentor and learner. This course is designed to provide students (with and without disabilities) the opportunity to experience all forms of sports activities in a modified, recreational, and safe environment. The focus of this course is on the physical, intellectual, and social growth of all participants. Engaging in physical activity and sport alongside peers will support and foster social relationships within the school community. This course will allow each student to gain an appreciation and understanding of the various physical and mental abilities and disabilities that can be present in a physical activity setting. Students interested in taking this elective must submit their peer mentor application to the guidance office and the Health and Physical education department for review.

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    7064 Team Sports (9 weeks, every day, 0.5 credit)

    7064Q Team Sports (9 weeks, A/B, .025 credit)  


    This course is tailored for high school students with a passion for team sports and who thrive on the thrill of competition. The curriculum encompasses a variety of team-based activities, such as team handball, floor hockey, volleyball, lacrosse, soccer, ultimate Frisbee, and other collaborative sports that demand teamwork, leadership, and critical decision-making abilities. Throughout the course, students will focus on active team involvement and strategic game play within each sport. It is worth noting that this course can be taken more than once, allowing students to deepen their skills with multiple enrollments.



    7065 Lifetime Activities (9 weeks, every day, 0.5 credit)

    7065Q Lifetime Activities (9 weeks, A/B, 0.25 credit)  

    This course is tailored to meet the needs of students who have a passion for learning and engaging in sports and physical activities that promote lifelong participation. The course encompasses a wide range of activities, fostering a love for sports and physical fitness that students can carry with them throughout their lives. Some of the activities included in this course are tennis, ping-pong, badminton, archery, golf, dance, pickleball, walking, and various backyard games. The primary goals of this course are twofold: individual skill development and the cultivation of collaborative teamwork skills. Students will have the opportunity to hone their skills in the chosen activities, ensuring they acquire proficiency and confidence in each one. Simultaneously, the course emphasizes the importance of working together as a team, teaching students how to collaborate effectively with their peers. Throughout the duration of the course, students will not only acquire practical skills in sports and physical activities but also gain a deep understanding of their significance in promoting a healthy lifestyle. The knowledge and insights gained from this course will extend beyond the classroom and the sports field, as they can be applied in the real world for years to come. This course may be taken more than once.  



    7066 Personal Fitness (9 weeks, every day, 0.5 credit)

    7066Q Personal Fitness (9 weeks, A/B, 0.25 credit)  

    This dynamic and engaging course is designed to empower students with the knowledge and skills needed to lead a healthy and active lifestyle. This course will equip students with the tools to make informed decisions about health and fitness. Topics instructed throughout this course will include the components of fitness, safety and injury prevention, principles of training, muscle anatomy, goal setting, and nutritional wellness. The goal of this course is to instill a lifelong commitment to fitness and well-being. Students will learn how to adapt and maintain their fitness routines as they progress through different stages of life. This course may be taken more than once.


    7063Q Fitness Trends (9 weeks, A/B, 0.25 credit)

    This elective course is designed for students who want to enhance all components of fitness. Activities may include, but are not limited to: step aerobics, walking, kickboxing, yoga, Pilates and more.  This course may be taken more than once.



    7068Q Aquatics CB-East and CB-South only (9 weeks, A/B, 0.25 credit)

    Aquatic Conditioning is an elective course for students and student athletes who want to get in shape or remain in shape and who are working toward optimum health. This course includes lap swimming, leg and arm work, timed workouts, endurance training, heart monitoring, and more. Student athletes are encouraged to elect this course to get into shape, relieve stress and muscle problems during the sports season, and stay in shape after the season concludes. This course may be taken more than once.