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1. Sports - St Mary's Diocesan School
St Mary's Diocesan school offers students a wide experience in sport. aerobics. For students interested in aerobics, we arrange an instructor to come to the school twice a we have our interschool athletics day, where the whole school takes part
Academic - Sports Academic Subjects Arts Prize List
A Blend of Tradition ....and Vision
Contact Profile News Students ... Sitemap Sports and Recreation Involvement in sport is an extremely important part of the school culture. A large number of different sporting activities, both team and individual, is offered to students. We cater for a whole range of abilities, from outstanding sportswoman through to the student who just wants to have fun. We believe that involvement in sport teaches a number of lifeskills - commitment, responsibility, team work - as well as keeping the students fit and providing a balance for their academic studies. Sport Taranaki conducts 38 different sporting championships yearly and St Mary's participates in 25 of these. We are always prepared to consider introducing new sports where the students show interest. We provide opportunities for older students to attend sporting and leadership courses. Some sports are combined with other schools in the area, such as soccer. Here is a list of the sports and recreational activities that we offer: Aerobics Aqua Aerobics Athletics Badminton ... Volleyball Physical Education is a subject taken in Year 9, 10, 12, 13. We offer the students Physical Education in Year 12 and also gaining Unit Standards in some Outdoor Pursuits, and Year 13.This enables you to do a lot of outdoor pursuits including Scuba Diving, Kayaking, Rock Climbing, Rafting, Abseiling and other activities to build on team work.

2. Athletic Programs - Grier School For Girls
Allgirls boarding school presents profiles of several sports it offers to its student body. See photo galleries, schedules and team information. Athletic Programs. athletics Photo Gallery. Coaches Adame and Meyers HORSEBACK RIDING, Dance, Aqua-aerobics, aerobics, Yoga, Personal Fitness,
The Grier School
Tyrone, PA 16686-0308
Phone: 814-684-3000
Fax: 814-684-2177
Athletic Programs
Athletics Photo Gallery

Coaches Adame and Meyers honor the seniors on the soccer team in October of 2002. The Grier School requires that students participate in sports four days each week. Students may choose from one or more of the following sports: Fall Term Winter term Spring Term ABOVE - VARSITY SPORTS ARE INDICATED BY CAPITAL LETTERS.
Varsity teams at Grier compete in horseback riding, soccer, basketball, tennis and softball. Grier's philosophy is that all girls who want to participate in a sport may be on the team.
Dancers wear peacock hats with pride after dancing a Bob Fosse choreography.
Grier's rural setting provides wonderful options for hands-on experiential education.
Alicia enjoys cycling. Grier's outdoor pool is used by swim classes in the fall and spring semester. For winter swimming, our indoor pool is used. The exterior of the gym in January. Inside is a full size basketball court with room for spectators as well as a weight training room and two locker rooms.

3. Honeoye Falls Lima Central School District - Sports, Athletics & Physical Educat
Sports, athletics Physical Education. Physical education is high school level are archery, badminton, golf, and tennis, while instruction is continued in aerobics, cross country
Latest News 2003-04 Budget Presentation more ... Announcements more ...
Physical education is an integral part of the total education program that contributes to all students' physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. The goals within the physical education curriculum are consistent with the standards established by the District. The K-12 physical education program is taught by certified physical education teachers.
Lifetime sports are among the activities introduced in Grades K-5. Bowling, orienteering, and cross country skiing are taught at these grade levels along with aerobics, dance, gymnastics, and physical fitness. Swimming instruction begins at third grade.
With more physical maturity, Middle School students (grades 6-8), engage in a whole series of more competitive sports. These include indoor soccer, lacrosse, softball, speedball, team handball, weight training, and wrestling. Physical education programs are rounded out with instruction in dance, cross country skiing, and physical fitness testing.

4. King & Low-Heywood Thomas School
There are sports for every season at Andrews, an activity for every ability, and extracurricular options of equestrian sports, skiing, hiking and aerobics. apply not only to athletics, but to life. The Andrews school. 38588 Mentor Avenue

Athletics is an integral part of a student's Middle School experience. Each child is required to participate in the athletic program, which consists of team membership at appropriate skill levels. The program stresses teamwork, self-discipline and good sportsmanship while emphasizing continued skill development. This philosophy serves as an effective bridge to the Upper School athletic program.
Boys Girls COED Fall Sports: Football Soccer Soccer Field Hockey Volleyball Yoga Winter Sports Basketball Basketball Ice Hockey Swimming Strength Training Aerobics Spring Sports Baseball Softball Personal Fitness Lacrosse Lacrosse Tennis Tennis
Karen Cella is the Assistant Athletic Director and Coordinator of Middle School Athletics .She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Springfield College and has been at KLHT as coordinator of physical education in the Lower School since 1998. She is the assistant coach of girls' basketball and head softball coach.
@KLHT School 2001

5. Miss Porter's School Athletics
Sports Classes. aerobics, Physical Conditioning. Squash, Tennis. Ballet Dance,Golf. Horseback Riding*. aerobics, Physical Conditioning. Tennis*, Winter Jogging.
Sports Classes
Aerobics Physical Conditioning Squash Tennis Ballet Dance Golf Horseback Riding
Aerobics Physical Conditioning Tennis Winter Jogging Downhill Skiing Jazz Dance Meditation
Aerobics Physical Conditioning Squash Modern Dance Horseback Riding Golf
There is an extra fee for participating in these classes.

6. BHS Athletics & Activities
Valley Forge Middle school athletics The VFMS interscholastic program emphasizes participation, fun and safety. The program is open to all 7th and 8th grade students as per the PIAA guidelines. basketball, tennis, arts and crafts, aerobics, soccer, chess club, ping pong,

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7. Kent Denver School
Upper school athletics, Health and Wellness Offerings. BOYS, GIRLS. Fall, Fall. SportsMedicine, Sports Medicine. aerobics, aerobics. Cross Country, Cross Country.
4000 East Quincy Avenue
Englewood, Colorado 80110
Phone 303.770.7660

Welcome to the Kent Denver School's Athletics, Health and Wellness Department The athletic program at Kent Denver is designed to provide a forum for enjoyable individual health and wellness and interscholastic sports participation. The program develops an awareness of one's own abilities as an individual and in relation to peers. This is achieved through skill instruction and appreciation of those skills through classes, practices, and competition. Athletics encourage participation, commitment, a sense of responsibility, good sportsmanship, teamwork, physical awareness, self-discipline, leadership, and a competitive spirit. A wide variety of programs is offered; students may continue with familiar sports or learn a new one. Through this wide variety of options, each student has the opportunity to have a successful and positive experience. The athletic program provides a splendid environment and opportunity for student/teacher association outside the classroom. Coaches contribute to the growth of student attitudes and maturity. Interscholastic Participation Philosophy Participation in games is of great importance. Games are scheduled at many levels in order for the largest number of participants to gain experience. Participation depends on fitness, ability, attitude, effort, knowledge of fundamentals, and commitment as demonstrated by each individual in practice and previous games.

8. Phillips Exeter Summer School - Programs - Athletics
athletics is an important part of the summer experience that in the following sportsin the Summer school aerobics, Basketball, Beginning Golf, Competitive Rec
The Exeter campus features a complex of athletic facilities that accommodate a wide range of sports. Facilities include five basketball courts, two swimming pools, 15 squash courts, and a well-equipped weight training room. Also available are a 1/10-mile indoor track, a dance studio, and a wrestling room. You have access as well to over 300 acres of school grounds for outdoor sports. Among outdoor facilities are a 400-meter all-weather track, 23 clay and all-weather tennis courts, cross-country trails, five baseball and softball diamonds, and a number of fields for football, field hockey, lacrosse, and soccer.
A summer student from a Navajo reservation in Arizona said, "Where I come from squash is a noun or a verb, not a sport." At Exeter he was able to try sports he had never seen played before and to enjoy the camaraderie of competing on a team. Athletics is an important part of the summer experience that enables you to meet people outside your dorms and classes. We offer more than 15 different sports in two sessions, allowing you to sign up for two sports in the course of the summer. Physical education classes meet four times a week in the afternoon and are required for all residential students.
In many sports, we group students by skill level. This approach allows beginners to learn together and more advanced players to play against each other. You have regular opportunities to compete against teams organized among players in your sport. Our physical education teachers are professionals, many of whom teach at Exeter during the year. They provide expert instruction in their sports along with encouragement and support. We urge all students to take advantage of the opportunity to try a new sport during summer school.

9. The Brush Ranch School ...Athletics/Activities
athletics/Activities. an athletic activity each quarter of the school year Course offeringsinclude weight lifting; aerobics; competitive indoor sports, such as
Athletics/Activities We believe in the old adage that a healthy body produces a healthy mind. Each student is required to take an athletic activity each quarter of the school year. Course offerings include: weight lifting; aerobics; competitive indoor sports, such as basketball, floor hockey, volleyball, skateboarding, and many others. Some outdoor campus recreational sports include: swimming, badminton, tetherball, mountain biking, snowboarding, sledding, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, and many others. Weekend activities supplement regular athletic classes and include camping trips to White Sands, mountaineering on Pecos Baldy, exploration of Bandelier National Monument and other New Mexico sites. Trips to the Chavez Community Center in Santa Fe also provides the students with the option of engaging in activities such as swimming, ice-skating, basketball, weight lifting, and cardio fitness. The Alpine Leadership Program (ALPS) is our challenge-by-choice outdoor education program. Twice during the year, all regular scheduling is set aside. During ALPS Week in the fall, students may sign up for half-day clinics on campus, which include high and low ropes “Challenge Course” elements, orienteering, trout fishing and camping skills. They may also sign up for extended outings, which include both backpacking and horse packing. During ALPS Weekend in the spring, all students use their skills to go on outings or participate in on campus clinics and more ropes course “challenge” events.

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ELECTIVE athletics. Yoga. Table Tennis. aerobics. Martial Arts. Running. Fitness. Soccer MIDDLE school athletics. Middle school students will take PE during the regular class day.
Oakwood's Physical Education Program emphasizes participation. Several levels of interscholastic sports opportunities allow all students to enjoy the excitement, discipline and camaraderie of team play. We are members of the Hudson Valley Athletic League and the Western New England Preparatory School Athletic Association. All students are required to participate in one team sport. Most of our students, however, choose to participate on teams all three trimesters. Again, there are levels appropriate for all students allowing those who are particularly talented in athletics and those who have never played on a team to share equally. All athletic activities, including lifetime sports, intramural teams and interscholastic options meet after classes each day in an afternoon sports period. The following is a typical list of activities offered.
Table Tennis
Martial Arts
Interscholastic Teams
Boys Cross Country
Girls Cross Country
JV Coed Cross Country
Boys Modified Soccer Boys JV Soccer Boys Varsity Soccer Girls Modified Soccer Girls Varsity Soccer Girls Varsity Volleyball Winter Girls Modified Basketball Girls Varsity Basketball Boys Modified Basketball Boys JV Basketball Boys Varsity Basketball Varsity Coed Swimming Spring Varsity Baseball Middle School Baseball Varsity Softball Boys Varsity Tennis Girls Varsity Tennis
Middle School students will take PE during the regular class day. Assuming there are adequate numbers, PE classes will be based on interscholastic athletics with a limited number of contests after school.

11. Rothesay Netherwood School - Athletics
shirt. Some racquets are available from the school. 3. Lifestyles/ aerobics(Coed, grades 6 to 12) On and off campus recreational.

Sports Calendar Rugby Fest Tournaments
Winter Term Sports Basketball
: Competitive league schedules leading to Conference, Regional and Provincial play downs. Tournaments (ACIS, CAIS, etc.), Junior practices are daily at . Seniors practice daily at :15PM to 6:00PM . Some senior practices may be held in the evenings when junior games are being played during regular practice period. Students will need indoor, non-marking sole shoes, shorts and T-shirt.
* Senior Girls (Grades 9-12)
* Senior Boys 1 st and 2 nd (Grades 9-12)
Junior Girls (Grades 6-8)
Junior Boys (Grades6-8)
Squash : (Co-ed, grades 6 to 12) Recreational with some members chosen to representing the school at tournaments. Daily workouts for Novice participants 4:15PM to 5:00PM , Advanced participants 5:00PM to 6:00PM . Students will need indoor, non-marking sole shoes, shorts and T-shirt. Some racquets are available from the school. Lifestyles/ Aerobics : (Co-ed, grades 6 to 12) On and off campus recreational. Daily workouts at

12. The Lovett School | Athletics Home Page
TBA Jan 21 Tue Salem / St. Francis HOME 430 Jan 25 Sat Lovett Invitational HOME900. Middle school Wrestling. Parents Meeting 900 am in the aerobics Room.
Lovett's athletic programs enjoy continued success in the AAA classification of the Georgia High School Association. Come watch Lovett's student athletes compete in a variety of sports. Varsity Wrestling 2002-03 Nov. 23* Sat Ranking Tournament Home 10:00
Nov 27 Wed Decatur / Walker / Riverwood Home 1:00
Dec 7 Sat N.Gate / Avondale / Blessed Trinity Home 1:00
Dec 10 Tue N. Springs / Pace Home 4:30
Dec 13 Fri Centennial / N. Atlanta / Riverwood Home 5:00
Dec 20 Fri Marist Home 4:30
Dec 21 Sat Wesleyan / Eastside / Chamblee Wesleyan 9:00
Jan 3-4 Fri-Sat War Eagle Classic Woodward TBA
Jan 8 Wed St. Pius / Towers HOME 4:30
Jan 11 Sat Spalding / S. Forsyth / TBA HOME 1:00
Jan 15 Wed Cass / Pepperell Cass 5:00 Jan 18 Sat Coal Mountain Classic N. Forsyth TBA Jan 21 Tue Salem / St. Francis Home 4:30 Jan 24 Fri LaGrange / Bremen / Banneker Home 5:00 Feb 1 Sat Area Duals Home 9:00 Feb 8 Sat State Duals / Alt Duals W.Laurens / Riverwood TBA

13. Harvey School Athletics
athletics links skiing, and swimming, can continue these programs and, with permission,fulfill the afterschool program requirement . aerobics, Dance, Rugby.
Athletics links ... Baseball Basketball Cross Country Dance Field Hockey Figure Skating Football Golf Ice Hockey Lacrosse Rugby Ski Team Soccer Softball Tennis Middle School Baseball Middle School Basketball Middle School Football Middle School Ice Hockey Middle School Lacrosse Middle School Soccer Middle School Softball Harvey's athletic program encourages good sportsmanship and athletic participation by all students. Any student who wishes to try out for a team may do so - the operative rule of thumb is "if you practice, you play."
The Harvey Middle School belongs to the Fairchester Athletic Association. The Upper School belongs to the Hudson Valley Athletic League and to District IV of NEPSAC. The school's teams are competitive and in 1995 the varsity basketball team won the NEPSAC Class D championship.
The school hopes to find a level of instruction and competition for each student regardless of his or her level of ability. The opportunity to develop team leadership skills is also afforded to participating students.
Students who have demonstrated a special interest in such programs as gymnastics, martial arts, horseback riding, skiing, and swimming, can continue these programs and, with permission, fulfill the after-school program requirement .

14. Sport_det_sportedu
Term 2 Fitness activities (DF) running, relays, skipping, aerobics, distance running TunnelBall, Tugo-war, Sack Races, Relays school athletics Carnival (S).
Olympic Education Whole School Physical Activity Whole School Sport Programs School Sport Foundation
Austinmer Public School
90 Lawrence Hargraves Drive
Austinmer NSW 2515
Telephone 02 42671311 Fax No: 02 42671018
Educational District: Wollongong
School Sport Area: South Coast
PSSA Zone: North Wollongong
Sport Coordinators: Peter Taylor, Joy Lynch, Sue Simpson
Principal: Stan Warren
SCHOOL DESCRIPTON Austinmer Public School is situated directly opposite Austinmer Beach.  It is supported by a community that enjoys being involved with school activities and events.  The school has an enrolment of 280 students that are distributed in 10 classes.  The school enjoys a good reputation in sporting and cultural areas of the curriculum.  There is no restriction on involvement in the variety of activities offered by the school.  The students respond well to the stimulus these activities bring and give their best effort in everything they do. WEEKLY PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES DF – Daily Fitness               PE – Physical Education                 S - Sport Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Dance (PE) Skills (PE) Fitness (DF) Dance (PE) Fitness (DF) Stage 1 Dance (PE) Fitness (DF) Dance (PE)

15. Sport_det_sportedu
skipping, relays, partner activities, vigorous games and aerobics. · Game Skills(PE) as shown in Weekly Physical Activities · school athletics Carnival (S).
Olympic Education Whole School Physical Activity Whole School Sport Programs School Sport Foundation
Campsie Public School
Harold Street
Campsie NSW 2194
Telephone: 97183083 Fax No: 97188007
Educational District: Granville
School Sport Area: Sydney East
PSSA Zone: Wiley Park Zone
Sport Coordinator: Viv Byrne
Principal: Robyn Redhead Introduction/Index
SCHOOL DESCRIPTION Campsie Public School
is situated in a highly built up area and consists of three main buildings.  It has two ashphalt playing areas (each the approximate size of a netball court), as well as a hall. The current enrolment is 645 consisting of 354 boys and 291 girls.  The school has 98.14% NESB.  Of these 31.9% are of Chinese descent.  The school has 23 classes consisting of 20 mixed ability, 2 multi age classes and one class for students with mild intellectual disability. Following consultation with the staff and due to the poor physical demographics (ie flats), cultural bias and a total lack of regard for physical activities outside school the RRF allocation for each classes two hours per week has been utilised in increase student physical activity. WEEKLY PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES ** This Physical Education program rotates weekly and is repeated each term.  The components of each skill have been progressively sequenced, allowing for different stages of development.

16. Campus Activities At Ohio University
interested in participating in varsitylevel athletics at Ohio in May of your senioryear of high school. courts; rooms for free weights, aerobics, and fitness

  • Just the Facts Multicultural Student Resources Living at Ohio University Campus Police ... HOME There's Something For Everyone
    It won't be long before you find that Ohio University is a place where academic and personal growth go hand in hand. The majority of our students seek activities outside the classroom in student organizations, intramural sports, theater, band, student government, or residence hall functions. Outdoor enthusiasts will want to take note that Ohio University is located in the heart of Ohio's Hocking Hills region, and is surrounded by several state parks and the Wayne National Forest. Organizations
    More than 350 organizations are registered annually with the Office of Student Activities. Many of these are clubs that directly relate to a major, while others involve religious or political interests, sports, community service, or honoraries. Athletics (Varsity Sports)
    Ohio University is an NCAA Division I school and is also a member of the Mid-American Conference (MAC). The university supports 20 teams on the varsity level. If you are interested in participating in varsity-level athletics at Ohio University, please let your high school coach know early in your senior year. You will need to meet all NCAA qualifications as well as university admission requirements to play at the varsity level. Club Sports
    Club sports provide a way for students to enjoy an exciting level of athletic competition without having to meet NCAA requirements. Club teams still compete with other colleges and universities, but without the sanction of the NCAA. Each club sport is organized and run by students under the guidance of the Office of Campus Recreation.

17. Samuel Marsden Collegiate School - Sport
aerobics 3 individuals competed. Phoebe Dengate Thrush was 1 st at Regionals and4 th at Nationals. athletics school athletics Sports held at Newtown Park.
Physical Education and Sport 2003 Marsden Sport 2003 sees the launch of the new Sports Academy for our top senior sportswomen. Its first clinic was a successful goal setting and motivation day run by Mark Sorenson, former captain of the world champion New Zealand softball team. The sporting goal this year is to encourage as many girls as possible to be involved in sport at the level that suits them, whether it be highly competitive or just for fitness and friendship.
Hana's skill at our 2003 Athletic Sports
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Ninety per cent of students participate in at least one sport, ranging from netball, hockey, tennis and rowing to the less traditional aerobics, dragon boating and croquet. Sport, including Outdoor Adventure Camps , is part of the curriculum at every level.

18. Samuel Marsden Collegiate School - Sport
aerobics 5 Aerobic teams including 3 Wellington Regional titles 2 Danceteams athletics, school Athletic Sports held as twilight meeting

19. SHH - Activities - Sports
aerobics team to travel to the USA for the world juniors. top . athletics.Summer. Contact, Nigel Amyes. Number of teams/players, Inter–school athletics
Aerobics Athletics Badminton Basketball ... Water Polo
All year Contact Nigel Amyes Number of teams/players Weekly competition Special competition Other information
Summer Contact Nigel Amyes Number of teams/players Weekly competition Students compete at Newtown Park on Saturdays for their clubs Special competition
Representatives selected for Regionals and then Nationals Other information Krystle (Yr 12) represented New Zealand at the Pan Pacific school games in Australia. 2000
Winter Contact Nigel Amyes Number of teams/players 9 teams, 45 students involved Weekly competition Special competition College Sport Regional Champs Other information
Winter Contact Nigel Amyes Number of teams/players 3 teams, 27 students involved Weekly competition College Sport Club 55 Basketball competition Special competition College Sport Basketball Wellington Secondary Champs Senior
College Sport Basketball Wellington Secondary Champs Junior
St Mary's exchange Other information Melissa (Yr 11) represented New Zealand in under 18 basketball and was awarded College Sport basketball player of the year.

20. Extra Mural Activities
in numerous sports including rugby, soccer, netball, basketball, aerobics, and volleyball. Daystudents are selected to go to Country High school athletics.
Home Courses Our Philosophy Contact us
Extra-mural Activities
Junior Choir
Run by Mrs Sweney for Year 1 to Year 6 students in one lunch hour during the week.
Senior Singing Group
Run by Mr Spry for Year 7 to Year 13 students in one lunch hour during the week.
School Production
Each year the school presents a school production; a large senior production alternating with a concert style show. Years 7 to 13 need to commit out of school time for rehearsals. Year 1-6 students also participate with their own variety of performances.
Stage Challenge
Senior students are supported in participating in this regional competition which combines elements of dance and drama performance to contemporary music. Twizel Area School won the 1997 Otago-Southland regional championships.
New Zealand Area Schools Leadership Course
This event is run on a biennial basis and is open to students in Years 11 and 12. The course was held in February 2000, in Waiouru.
Sports Programme and Calendar
The school runs a ski programme. All students have the opportunity to ski a minimum of three times a year and receive instruction. The junior and senior Snow Club members ski weekly during the season (conditions permitting).

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