One semester Health credit. Includes an extensive variety of topics centering on the development of the total social, physical and mental health of the student. Objectives are to study how the body functions and how to keep healthy and disease-free ... address and discuss differing moral issues such as teen pregnancy, alcohol and drug abuse, sexual diseases and AIDS ... and increase injury and emergency awareness through first-aid, CPR and rescue breathing. All students must be present on the first day of class and write the final exam on the day assigned. Attendance to all classes is required. Any student missing more than two (2) days of class in the instructional period will receive a failing grade in the course and will be withdrawn without refund. Tardy three (3) times to class will equal one day’s absence. Class begins promptly at designated times. This course will be reflected in the student’s GPA and will be a 1/2 health credit counted towards graduation requirements. Students must receive their counselor’s recommendation before registering for course. Session 1: June 7-25, weekdays - 7:30-11:30 a.m. Cost is $800 per student. Entering STH 9th-12th graders only.