Middle School Health

  • Name:

    Middle School Health (HL1)

  • Department:

    Elective

  • Semesters:

    1 (semester course)

  • Suggested Prerequisites:

    None

Middle School Health

Description:

This one semester course is designed to help students in their social and spiritual development in their teen years as they seek to become healthy and productive citizens. This course will teach students to become health-literate, to maintain and improve health, to prevent disease, and to reduce health-related risk behaviors. This course will explore topics such as mental and emotional health, family and social health, growth and development, nutrition, and the Biblical perspective on each of these topics.

FROM THE TEACHER

It was once said, “The greatest wealth is health!” Middle Grades Health is designed to engage students with fun and informative lessons and activities on their well-being. Good eating habits and a healthy amount of exercise keep the mind and body performing at their best, and these are just a few of the important topics covered in this semester long course.

The goal of this course is to help students in their social and spiritual development during their teen years as they seek to become healthy and productive citizens!

If there are books and materials for this course, they can be purchased from our Online Bookstore.

Student Feedback

It was well organized and very easy to follow.

Sarah

I really like how the teacher made her own lesson videos, it helped my learning and made her seem more involved in the class.

Anonymous

Teacher feedback was super helpful and direct.

Anonymous
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