Have you ever wondered what you would cover in a high school health class? Here's your list of the most-covered topics in high school health.
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Parents want healthy teens, and would love for their children to main healthy after they are grown up, so health is important.
Generally colleges don't require health for college admission, but it's not uncommon for a state to require health for high school graduation.
"Natural learning" health classes are possible. If you need to cover health in your state, it may be something you have covered naturally through normal parent-child discussion and interaction, or books you have read together as a family.
Check your homeschool state law, but I haven't see a state that requires a specific topic for health that needs to be covered. While it may not be required, it's still a critical ingredient for home educators. Your goal is to successfully launch your child into HEALTHY adulthood, and they must learn to be healthy in order for that to happen.
Here is what a high school health class may contain:
Parents need to keep the academic records for their teens after graduation . They may be needed for further education in 5 years.... or 10 years... or 30 years after the children
For all classes on the transcript, I recommend either a whole or half credit, not smaller or larger. Here an easy to remember "formula" for dual enrollment college classes: