Boyne City Public Schools

PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Instructors: Mr. Pat Klooster, Mr. David Hills

PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSE OFFERINGS:

PHYSICAL EDUCATION I (9-12th)
This course is designed for 1st year PE students and is a general physical education introductory class. It is designed to present students with experiences in a variety of activities with life-long implications. Students will participate in activities such as basketball, volleyball, badminton, weight training, and soccer.
NOTE: Students may apply to waive ½ credit of P.E. requirement with successful participation in school sponsored athletic activities.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION II (9-12th)
This course is designed for 1st year PE students and is a continuation of PE I. PE II is as a general physical education introductory class. Emphasis in this course will be on body kinetics and life-long skills. Students will participate in activities such as softball, volleyball, weight training, floor hockey, and badminton.
NOTE: Students may apply to waive ½ credit of P.E. requirement with successful participation in school sponsored athletic activities.

ADVANCED PHYSICAL EDUCATION (9-12th)
APE is an advanced physical education course designed with more emphasis placed on tournament style play of sports. Students will be involved in weight and aerobic training for two days a week, while engaging in team sports such as broom ball, basketball, soccer, and flag football.
NOTE: This course CAN be taken more than once for graduation credit.

BETTER, FASTER, STRONGER (9-12th)
This course is designed for the student-athlete who wishes to improve their physical conditioning. The course is designed around a nationally recognized weight training program, incorporating strength training, agility drills, plyometrics, and cardiovascular conditioning. Athletes will be involved in weight training three days a week, while engaging in both aerobic and anaerobic activities two days a week.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of PE I and PE II or teacher approval with recommendation from BCHS coach. NOTE: This course CAN be taken more than once for graduation credit.