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Physical Education Department


Physical education plays an important role in the development of the whole student. Research supports the importance of a physical education program not only for its role in helping students develop an active lifestyle, but also for its role in helping students make informed choices about nutrition and health.  Research also shows that physical education can positively affect learning.


Courses offered include:


Freshman Physical Education/Health (Year)

Weight Training and Conditioning I (Semester)

Weight Training and Conditioning II (Semester)

Team Sports I (Semester)

Team Sports II (Semester)

Physical Education Practicum


Graduation Requirement


Students at Gabriel Richard are required to complete a half credit of physical education and a half credit of health to graduate.


For a complete description of these courses, please refer to the

Course Curriculum Guide.


Joseph Lemieux, MS

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