Physical Education 10

3 credit

Students are encouraged to take full advantage of the dynamic facilities in the Cardel Rec South during class time. Students participate in a wide variety of activities that follow prescribed guidelines of Alberta Learning Program of Studies. A leveled approach allows students to work at their ability level to ensure success. The goal is for students to learn the skills necessary to become involved in an active lifestyle outside of school. This course is activity based with a strong emphasis placed on student participation.

Physical Education 10 Extended Program

5 credit

Students are encouraged to take full advantage of the dynamic facilities in the Cardel Rec South during class time. Students participate in a wide variety of activities that follow prescribed guidelines of Alberta Learning Program of Studies. A leveled approach allows students to work at their ability level to ensure success. The goal is for students to learn the skills necessary to become involved in an active lifestyle outside of school. This course is activity based with a strong emphasis placed on student participation.

Physical Education 10 For Girls

3 or 5 credit

This class is designed for girls who would like something other than the traditional co-ed class. While covering the curriculum guidelines, the focus is more on non-competitive female oriented activities in the areas of yoga, dance, current aerobic and fitness trends, body sculpting, diet and nutrition, self-defense and games. Developing an active and healthy lifestyle is this course’s primary goal.

Physical Education 20 Off Campus

5 credit

This course is similar to Physical Education in Grade 10. Students are encouraged to continue to take advantage of the dynamic facilities at Bishop O’Byrne and in the Cardel Rec South during class time. Students participate at school in a wide variety of activities that follow prescribed guidelines of Alberta Learning’s program of Studies. In addition, students will travel to off campus venues to participate in more advanced off campus activities.

Physical Education 20 and 30 Off Campus

3 credit

This course is similar to Physical Education in Grade 10. Students are encouraged to continue to take advantage of the dynamic facilities at Bishop O’Byrne and in the Cardel Rec South during class time. Students participate at school in a wide variety of activities that follow prescribed guidelines of Alberta Learning’s program of Studies. In addition, students will travel to off campus venues to participate in more advanced off campus activities, unless they choose the On Campus 3 credit option (see below).

Physical Education 20 and 30 On Campus

3 credit

This course is a continuation of the Physical Education 10 On Campus (3 credit) for students who do not want a fee associated with Physical Education. Students will continue to be encouraged to take advantage of some of the facilities within in the Cardel Rec South.

Physical Education 20 and 30 For Girls Off Campus

3 or 5 credits

This class is a continuation of the Physical Education for Girls 10 level for those girls who like something other than the traditional co-ed class. While covering the curriculum guidelines, the focus continues to be on female oriented activities in the ares of dance, current aerobic and fitness trends, body sculpting, diet and nutrition, games, self defence and personal safety. Participating in an active and healthy lifestyle remains this course's primary goal. In addition, students will travel to outside venues to participate in activities including (but not limited to) bowling, golf, archery and wall climbing.

Physical Education 30 Off Campus

5 credit

This course is similar to Physical Education in Grade 10. Students are encouraged to continue to take advantage of the dynamic facilities at Bishop O’Byrne and in the Cardel Rec South during class time. Students participate at school in a wide variety of activities that follow prescribed guidelines of Alberta Learning’s program of Studies. In addition, students will travel to off campus venues to participate in more advanced off campus activities.

Physical Education

Physical Education 10

3 credit

Students are encouraged to take full advantage of the dynamic facilities in the Cardel Rec South during class time. Students participate in a wide variety of activities that follow prescribed guidelines of Alberta Learning Program of Studies. A leveled approach allows students to work at their ability level to ensure success. The goal is for students to learn the skills necessary to become involved in an active lifestyle outside of school. This course is activity based with a strong emphasis placed on student participation.

Physical Education 10 Extended Program

5 credit

Students are encouraged to take full advantage of the dynamic facilities in the Cardel Rec South during class time. Students participate in a wide variety of activities that follow prescribed guidelines of Alberta Learning Program of Studies. A leveled approach allows students to work at their ability level to ensure success. The goal is for students to learn the skills necessary to become involved in an active lifestyle outside of school. This course is activity based with a strong emphasis placed on student participation.

Physical Education 10 For Girls

3 or 5 credit

This class is designed for girls who would like something other than the traditional co-ed class. While covering the curriculum guidelines, the focus is more on non-competitive female oriented activities in the areas of yoga, dance, current aerobic and fitness trends, body sculpting, diet and nutrition, self-defense and games. Developing an active and healthy lifestyle is this course’s primary goal.

Physical Education 20 Off Campus

5 credit

This course is similar to Physical Education in Grade 10. Students are encouraged to continue to take advantage of the dynamic facilities at Bishop O’Byrne and in the Cardel Rec South during class time. Students participate at school in a wide variety of activities that follow prescribed guidelines of Alberta Learning’s program of Studies. In addition, students will travel to off campus venues to participate in more advanced off campus activities.

Physical Education 20 and 30 Off Campus

3 credit

This course is similar to Physical Education in Grade 10. Students are encouraged to continue to take advantage of the dynamic facilities at Bishop O’Byrne and in the Cardel Rec South during class time. Students participate at school in a wide variety of activities that follow prescribed guidelines of Alberta Learning’s program of Studies. In addition, students will travel to off campus venues to participate in more advanced off campus activities, unless they choose the On Campus 3 credit option (see below).

Physical Education 20 and 30 On Campus

3 credit

This course is a continuation of the Physical Education 10 On Campus (3 credit) for students who do not want a fee associated with Physical Education. Students will continue to be encouraged to take advantage of some of the facilities within in the Cardel Rec South.

Physical Education 20 and 30 For Girls Off Campus

3 or 5 credits

This class is a continuation of the Physical Education for Girls 10 level for those girls who like something other than the traditional co-ed class. While covering the curriculum guidelines, the focus continues to be on female oriented activities in the ares of dance, current aerobic and fitness trends, body sculpting, diet and nutrition, games, self defence and personal safety. Participating in an active and healthy lifestyle remains this course's primary goal. In addition, students will travel to outside venues to participate in activities including (but not limited to) bowling, golf, archery and wall climbing.

Physical Education 30 Off Campus

5 credit

This course is similar to Physical Education in Grade 10. Students are encouraged to continue to take advantage of the dynamic facilities at Bishop O’Byrne and in the Cardel Rec South during class time. Students participate at school in a wide variety of activities that follow prescribed guidelines of Alberta Learning’s program of Studies. In addition, students will travel to off campus venues to participate in more advanced off campus activities.