Physical Education 12 - Hybrid

Course Overview

The student's goal is to honour God through 'Active Living'. 'Active Living' involves maintaining a high level of fitness and pursuing a wide variety of movement activities. Outdoor pursuits, aquatics, dance, games, gymnastics, individual and dual activities are some examples of movement activities that accomplish the goal of God-honouring 'Active Living'. It is also desired that the student will demonstrate social and personal responsibility (in other words, love God and love his/her neighbour) as the student performs various physical education activities.

To accomplish the goal of 'Active Living', the student will complete an Active Living Log, a series of Fitness Tests, and a Leadership Practicum.

  • A detailed 'Active Living Log' will be used to record all physical activity during a linear/ year-long or semester/ ½ -year program. A minimum of 80 hours of varied physical activities must be recorded in the Active Living log. ¾ of an hour/ 3 days a week for a linear program. 1 hour/ 5 days a week for a semester program.
  • A Fitness Test must be attempted at four separate times during the PE 12 course (preferably at the ¼, ½, ¾, and end-of-course points). Results must be recorded in a chart.
  • The Leadership Practicum is a comprehensive task involving leadership, management, planning, and organizational skills. The task will involve a minimum of 20 hours of work/ preparation.

The grade breakdown for PE 12 will be as follows:

  • 40% Active Living Log
  • 20% Fitness Test (minimum 4 times a year)
  • 40% Leadership Practicum (choose 1 of 17 options)


Time Commitment:

The student can complete this course on a linear or semester year.

  • 1st Semester – September to end of January.
  • 2nd Semester – February to mid-June.
  • Linear – September to June.
  • 20 hours/week will be required for the Leadership Practicum; to accomplish the Active Living log ¾ of an hour/ 3 days a week is required for a linear program. 1 hour/ 5 days a week for a semester program.


The student will use internet, home, and community resources and equipment to complete goals.

Enrollment Information

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