HPEB0200: Boy’s Health & PE II

05/01/2023 to 04/30/2024 • Modified 01/30/2024

Course Description

This course can be taken as a year-long or separate semester course to isolate the health or physical education components. The primary aim of the course is to encourage the student to establish a biblical view of the body, health, and self-image. During health instruction, emphasis is placed on the student’s development of spiritual health through lessons on personal devotions, self-image, emotional intelligence, and healthy social interactions. The student will apply this knowledge to engage in community service through a service project during the health component of the course. Further investigation of body systems expands the student’s previous knowledge from earlier health classes. The student will evaluate effective personal hygiene and preventative measures to maintain good health and analyze the impact of substance abuse on overall health. During the physical education (PE) component of the course, students participate in stretching, running, aerobic, and anaerobic exercises. Using the acquired knowledge, students create their own workout and recovery plans. Participation is documented through the submission of an activity journal, and mastery through the submission of video recordings of the student’s exercise activities. Male students are assigned to course sections taught by male instructors, and female students are assigned to those taught by female instructors. While HEPE200 is designed for tenth-grade students, the course can be taken by any high-school student.


HPEB0100: Boy’s Health & PE I


Module 1: Spiritual Health 

  • Week 1: Spiritual Health 
  • Week 2: Devotions
  • Week 3: Self-Image

Module 2: Emotional, Social & Mental Health

  • Week 4: Emotional Health 
  • Week 5: Social Health 
  • Week 6: Mental Health

Module 3: Body Systems

  • Week 7: Body Systems, Part I 
  • Week 8: Body Systems, Part II 
  • Week 9: Body Hygiene
  • Week 10 Preventative Health

Module 4: Substance Challenges & Safety

  • Week 11: Drugs in Society 
  • Week 12: Alcohol and Tobacco 
  • Week 13: Safety

Module 5: Community & Service 

  • Week 14: Family and Neighbor Service 
  • Week 15: Government and Health 
  • Week 16: Service Project
  • Week 17: Careers in Health Project 
  • Week 18: Final Exam

Module 6: Stretches

  • Week 19: Introduction
  • Week 20: Dynamic Stretches 
  • Week 21: Static Stretches

Module 7: Running

  • Week 22: Sprinting
  • Week 23: Long Distance Running

Module 8: Aerobic & Anaerobic Exercise

  • Week 24: Aerobic Exercise 
  • Week 25: Anaerobic Exercise 
  • Week 26: ATP & Alactic Systems
  • Week 27: Workout Recovery Routine

Module 9: Workout Plans

  • Week 28: Personal Workout Plan 
  • Week 29: Abdominal Workout

Module 10: Scramble Workouts

  • Week 30: Scramble Workout, Part I 
  • Week 31: Scramble Workout, Part II

Module 11: Strength Exercises

  • Week 32: Group Activity 
  • Week 33: Core Circuit 
  • Week 34: Plyometrics

Module 12: Life Applications

  • Week 35: Teaching Someone Else 
  • Week 36: Post Test

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