This course introduces students to the physiological impacts of mental health on all aspects of well-being. Students dive into various topics pertaining to mental health, including but not limited to: stress, anxiety, depression, body image and loss. Students explore ways to improve mental health through mindfulness, sleep, nutrition, and physical activity. This course is a required P/F quarter of the 9th-grade Seminar class.
This course introduces students to the physiological impacts of recreational drugs & alcohol. Special considerations are given to the different short-term & long-term effects of drugs ranging from prescription drugs to elicit drugs; the physiology of addiction; the social influence of drugs on market consumers; and tools to empower students to develop “party” tactics for future real world situations. This course is a required P/F quarter of the 10th-grade Seminar class.
This course dives into the wellness of women in the present and into the future with an emphasis on awareness and prevention. The topics covered include: Social Norms, Social Media, and Wellness; Biology of Women; Disease, Cancer and Prevention; Women’s Nutrition; Sport and Training; Body Image and Self-Esteem; Women and Relationships; Women’s Wellness and Special Topics in women’s health. This course is a required P/F quarter of the 11th-grade Seminar class.
This course empowers students with essential knowledge about physical, mental, and emotional well-being for a thriving college experience. Through interactive sessions, students explore the impact of lifestyle choices on academic performance and social interactions. Topics include building resilience, fostering healthy relationships, and navigating challenges unique to college life. Engaging discussions and practical strategies aim to instill lifelong habits, ensuring students embark on their collegiate journey with the tools needed to prioritize and maintain holistic well-being. This course is a required P/F quarter of the 12th-grade seminar class.