Health Education

    Health Education, as an applied science, provides current information on a variety of health areas of interest and concern to our students. Its components include knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors. Students learn to differentiate between healthful and harmful behaviors and to recognize the effects of decisions. The courses also provide opportunities to gain new scientific information, learn and practice goal setting and to make plans to achieve and maintain optimum health.  Two health courses are required during the high school career to meet graduation requirements.  

    Wellness 9 is to be completed during the freshman or sophomore years (9th or 10th grade).
    Wellness for Life is to be completed during the junior or senior year (11th or 12th grade).
    Sports Nutrition and Leadership and Wellness can also fulfill the health credit and can be completed during the junior or senior year (11th or 12th grade).
    IB Sports, Exercise and Health Science can fulfill both a health and physical education credit and can be taken during the junior or senior year. At this time only full IB Diploma students may enroll in this course. Click here to explore the IB Programme.

    Coordinator Contact Information:

    Traci Edelman
    650 Westerly Parkway
    State College, PA 16801
    Phone: (814) 272-4097
    FAX: 814 231-5020

    Email: tle12@scasd.org



Last Modified on August 23, 2019