Physical Education

P.E. Courses for K-12

To ensure the health and wellness of our students remains within state’s compliance for educational requirements:

  • All students in PE grades K-12, including students with disabilities, special health-care needs, and in alternative educational settings, will receive (at minimum, the state requirement) of physical education for Academy and College Preparatory students.
  • In addition to these structured PE requirements, students should be offered at least one physical activity opportunity each day. This can include, but is not limited to, recess, afterschool clubs, athletics, “Walk-to-School” programming, etc.
  • Students will use IHT wrist-based heart rate monitors, to track their quality levels of movement. Scholars will strive for at least 50% of physical education class time to be spent engaging in moderate to vigorous physical activity.

Health Education

In 2022-2023 IDEA Public Schools 6th, 7th, 9th graders enrolled in a PE or similar course will receive (30) abstinence-based, age, grade and state appropriate health lessons within their PE scope and sequence. More information will be posted here soon.

Get to Know the PE Technology

Parents may send an email to campus PE Teachers to request end of year Fitnessgram Physical Fitness Assement Results.


To ensure that students participate in school physical education class, the campus will, to the extent possible, provide space for the physical activity taking place during physical education.


To ensure that students participate in physical activity during physical education class and that students’ hygiene is maintained during the school day, student will to the extent possible be provided with a space to change clothing, beginning in 6th grade.

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