Prerequisite: none

Grade Level: 10-12
Semesters: 1
Credits: 1.0

Students will learn to analyze their fitness, nutrition, and health risks. Students will incorporate hands-on laboratory experiences in nutritional food preparation, exercise, and health behavior management to attain personal goals. This course is designed to teach a holistic approach to wellness as a way of life. This is an interdisciplinary course taught by members of the Family Consumer Science and Physical Education departments. This course is a two-hour block, scheduled in lieu of the student’s lunch/homeroom and physical education.