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Grade Course Listings Section 2
Mathematics Page 1
Military Science Page 6
Music Page 6
Physical Education Page 11
MATHEMATICS
Integrated I - Algebra
0873
Open to: 7, 8, 9, (10)* One Year Course
Content: Students will deepen and extend understanding of linear relationships by applying linear
models to data that exhibit trends and use properties and theorems involving congruent figures
to extend geometric knowledge. Students will integrate algebraic and geometric concepts
studied.
Integrated I - Algebra Seminar (Not NCAA Approved)
0882
Open to: Students currently enrolled in Integrated I - Algebra Semester or One Year Course
Content: Math Seminar is designed to be a second math class, taken concurrently with Integrated I -
Algebra to support students who need extra help with mathematics. Teachers will enrich
student understanding through Pre-teaching, Skill building, and Re-teaching. Topics covered in
the class will vary depending on the needs of the students.
Integrated II - Geometry
0874
Open to: 8, 9, 10, (11)* One Year Course
Content: Students will study similarity to understand right triangle trigonometry and connections to
quadratics through Pythagorean relationships, and explore circles with their quadratic algebraic
representations. Students will study quadratic expressions, equations and functions,
comparing their characteristics to linear and exponential relationships, explore the use of real
and complex numbers to solve quadratic equations, and the link between probability and
data. Students will integrate algebraic and geometric concepts studied.
Integrated II - Geometry Seminar (Not NCAA Approved)
0883
Open to: Students currently enrolled in Integrated II Geometry -Semester or One Year Course
Content: Math Seminar is designed to be a second math class, taken concurrently with Integrated II
Geometry - to support students who need extra help with mathematics. Teachers will enrich
student understanding through Pre-teaching, Skill building, and Re-teaching. Topics covered in
the class will vary depending on the needs of the students.
Integrated II - Geometry Part 1
0829
Open to: 10, 11 One Year Course/Teacher referral with principal approval
Content: Students will focus on first semester Integrated II - Geometry Concepts in a year long course.
Integrated II - Geometry Part 1 Seminar (Not NCAA Approved)
0892
Open to: Students currently enrolled in Integrated II Geometry Part 1 Semester or One Year
Course
Content: Math Seminar is designed to be a second math class, taken concurrently with Integrated II
Geometry - Part 1, to support students who need extra help with mathematics. Teachers will
enrich student understanding through Pre-teaching, Skill building, and Re-teaching. Topics
covered in the class will vary depending on the needs of the students.
Integrated II - Geometry Part 2
0830
Open to: 10, 11 One Year Course/Teacher referral with principal approval
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Content: Students will focus on second semester Integrated II - Geometry Concepts in a year long
course.
Integrated II - Geometry Part 2 Seminar (Not NCAA Approved)
0893
Open to: Students currently enrolled in Integrated II Geometry Part 2 Semester or One Year
Course
Content: Math Seminar is designed to be a second math class, taken concurrently with Integrated II
Geometry Part 2 to support students who need extra help with mathematics. Teachers will
enrich student understanding through Pre-teaching, Skill building, and Re-teaching. Topics
covered in the class will vary depending on the needs of the students.
Integrated III - Algebra 2
0875
Open to: 9, 10, 11, One Year Course
Content: Students will study expansion of imaginary and complex numbers, linear, quadratic and
periodic functions. Circular functions introduce fundamental concepts of trigonometry. More
complex work with equations, matrices and determinants will also be covered.
Integrated III - Algebra 2 Seminar (not NCAA approved)
0884
Open to: Students currently enrolled in Integrated III Algebra 2 Semester or One Year Course
Content: Math Seminar is designed to be a second math class, taken concurrently with Integrated III
Algebra 2 to support students who need extra help with mathematics. Teachers will enrich
student understanding through Pre-teaching, Skill building, and Re-teaching. Topics covered in
the class will vary depending on the needs of the students.
Math Models
0840
Open to: 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Geometry with a D or better, or Instructor/Counselor approval
Content: This course is designed for seniors who have taken Integrated II-Geometry. It has a simple
overview of number theory, algebra, geometry, statistics, and personal finance (taxes, interest,
saving, investing, and spending), which will help students prepare for either college or the
workplace due to the focus on real-life application of mathematics.
Advanced Math Topics
0818
Open to: 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Integrated II-Algebra 2 with a D or better, or Instructor/Counselor approval
Content: Students will study extended concepts of algebra with an emphasis on linear equations,
matrices, circular, exponential and logarithmic functions, and right triangle trigonometric
functions. Topics in workshop statistics will be introduced.
Pre-Calculus, Accelerated
0832
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Integrated III- Algebra 2, or Integrated III- Algebra 2 with a B or better; Instructor/Counselor
approval
Content: Students will study integrated trigonometric functions, including circular functions, with algebraic
processes, and will also study special trig formulas, angular velocities and identities. Also
included are linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions. Emphasis will be on the
analysis of standard trig curves and conics. Topics of algebra, trigonometry, analytic geometry
and pre-calculus will be covered to prepare the student for calculus. (This course is formerly
known as Accelerated Math Analysis.)
Accelerated Pre-Calculus Seminar (not NCAA approved)
0885
Open to: Students currently enrolled in Accelerated Pre-Calculus Semester or One Year Course
Content: Math Seminar is designed to be a second math class, taken concurrently with Accelerated Pre-
Calculus, to support students who need extra help with mathematics. Teachers will enrich
student understanding through Pre-teaching, Skill building, and Re-teaching. Topics covered in
the class will vary depending on the needs of the students.
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Calculus AB, Advanced Placement
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0861
(Course may be transferable to college credit)
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Accelerated Pre-Calculus
Content: Students will study analytic geometry, and will be introduced to calculus and study topics
included in a freshman college mathematics course. Topics include analytic geometry for
symmetry, maxima, and minima through calculus with some emphasis on applying these ideas
to science.
Calculus AB Advanced Placement Seminar (not NCAA approved)
0886
Open to: Students currently enrolled in AP Calculus AB Semester or One Year Course
Content: Math Seminar is designed to be a second math class, taken concurrently with AP Calculus AB
to support students who need extra help with mathematics. Teachers will enrich student
understanding through Pre-teaching, Skill building, and Re-teaching. Topics covered in the
class will vary depending on the needs of the students.
Calculus BC, Advanced Placement
®
0862
(Course may be transferable to college credit)
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Semester Course
Prerequisite: AP® Calculus AB; or Concurrent enrollment in AP
®
Calculus AB during second semester; or
Instructor Approval
Content: Students continue topics from Calculus AB with emphasis on topics which distinguish the AP
®
BC test from the AB test.
Computer Science A, Advanced Placement
®
0261
(Course may be transferable to college credit)
Open to: 11, 12 (at TVMSC 10, 11, 12) One Year Course
Prerequisite: Integrated III-Algebra 2. Recommended prerequisite is AP Computer Science Principles
Content: Students will study programming methodology, algorithm development and data structures.
Programming concepts will be presented using Java. General computer literacy concepts will
also be a part of the course. This course prepares students for the AP
®
Computer Science A
College Board examination.
Computer Science Principles, Advanced Placement
®
0262
(Course may be transferable to college credit)
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Integrated III-Algebra 2
Content: This course will follow the fully developed curriculum of the College Board’s AP Computer
Science Principles (CSP). AP CSP offers a multidisciplinary approach to teaching the
underlying principles of computation. The course will introduce student to the big ideas and
practices of computer science such as: creative aspects of programming, abstractions,
algorithms, large data sets, the Internet, cyber security, collaboration, and societal impacts.
The course will give students the opportunity to use technology to address real world problems
and build relevant solutions. This course prepares students for the AP
®
Computer Science
Principles College Board examination.
Advanced Computer Science: Algorithms and Game Design (TVMSC only)
0263A
Open to: 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Integrated III-Algebra 2. Recommended prerequisite is AP Computer Science A
Content: Topics include Algorithms & data structures, computer architecture, game design, and
developing software using modern game engines. Students that take this class will develop a
firm grasp of many facets of computer science as well as the software engineering process.
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Discrete Mathematics (TVMSC only)
0870
(4 credits MATH 187, BSU may be available)
Open to: 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: AP Calculus AB/BC or Instructor approval (at TVMSC only)
Content: Discrete Mathematics focuses on combinatorics, graph theory, cryptography, discrete
optimization, mathematical programming, coding theory, information theory, game theory,
Boolean Algebra and Predicate Calculus. Work in Discrete Mathematics will involve
investigations of real-world problems that might include searching for an optimum (or desirable)
solution among an infinite, or even finite but astronomically large, number of candidates.
Recommended for students entering college mathematics, science, engineering and computer
science programs.
Differential Equations (TVMSC only)
0871
Open to: 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: AP Calculus AB/BC or Instructor approval (at TVMSC only)
Content: Students will use differential equations to model phenomena in sciences and
engineering. They will explore the solutions of differential equations via analytic, qualitative and
numerical techniques. Students will gain an understanding of linear and nonlinear systems of
differential equations and be introduced to matrix algebra, determinants, eigenvalues, solutions
of linear systems and Laplace transforms.
Essentials I for Algebra I (not NCAA approved)
0806
Open to: 9, 10 One Year Course with PSIT/Principal approval
Content: Students will continue reviewing concepts of algebra and will focus on first semester algebra
topics.
Essentials 2 for Algebra I (not NCAA approved)
0808
Open to: 9, 10, 11 One Year Course with PSIT/Principal approval
Content: Students will continue reviewing concepts of algebra and will focus on second semester
algebra topics.
Essentials I for Geometry (not NCAA approved)
0807
Open to: 10, 11 One Year Course with PSIT/Principal approval
Content: Students will continue reviewing concepts of geometry and will focus on first semester
geometry topics.
Essentials 2 for Geometry (not NCAA approved)
0809
Open to: 10, 11 One Year Course with PSIT/Principal approval
Content: Students will continue reviewing concepts of geometry and will focus on second semester
geometry topics.
Statistics, Advanced Placement
®
0835
(Course may be transferable to college credit)
Open to: 10, 11,12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Integrated III-Algebra 2 with a B or better, or concurrent enrollment in Accelerated Algebra 2,
Instruction/Counselor approval
Content: Students will use exploratory analysis of data to make use of graphical and numerical
techniques to study patterns and departures from patterns. An emphasis will be placed on
interpreting information from graphical and numerical displays and summaries.
Statistics, Advanced Placement
®
- Seminar (not NCAA approved)
0888
Open to: Students currently enrolled in AP Statistics Semester or One Year Course
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Content: Math Seminar is designed to be a second math class, taken concurrently with AP Statistics to
support students who need extra help with mathematics. Teachers will enrich student
understanding through Pre-teaching, Skill building, and Re-teaching. Topics covered in the
class will vary depending on the needs of the students.
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MILITARY SCIENCE
Students may be required to travel off-campus. Bus transportation is provided.
Army - JROTC 1: Introduction to Leadership Development
0901
Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: None
Content: Students will be introduced to the four-year program in leadership education and training.
Cadets can compete to participate in voluntary Honor Guard activity after school. Uniforms and
training materials will be furnished without charge.
Army - JROTC 2: Intermediate Leadership Development
0902
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: JROTC 1
Content: Students continue training in the military science system.
Army - JROTC 3: Applied Leadership Development
0911
Open to: 11, 12 One Year Course, Two Hour Block
Prerequisite: JROTC 2 (Off campus) Instructor/counselor Approval
Content: Students continue military science in a two-hour block class.
Army - JROTC 4: Advanced Leadership Development
0921
Open to: 12 One Year Course, Two Hour Block
Prerequisite: JROTC 3 (Off campus) Instructor/Counselor Approval
Content: Students will continue training in advanced military science.
MUSIC *
*Fees may apply
Band 1*
1011
Open to: 9 One Year Course
Prerequisite: None
Content: Students who have no previous experience will have an opportunity to play a woodwind, brass
or percussion instrument and participate in festivals and school concerts.
Band 2*
1012
Open to: 9 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Elementary Band, Band 1 or Instructor Approval
Content: Students with previous playing experience will learn the fundamentals of instrumental technique
and will participate in festivals and school concerts.
Band 3*
1013
Open to: 9 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Elementary Band, Band 1, Band 2 or Instructor Approval
Content: Students with previous experience will focus on mastering the fundamentals of music and
instrumental technique. Students will be exposed to solo, ensemble and band selections
suitable to his/her ability level. Performances include school concert and music festival.
Band 4*
1014
Open to: 9 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Elementary Band, Band 1-3 or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will learn and perform a variety of band music as the student learns to recognize,
identify and understand fundamental instrumental music. Improving technique and performing
skills will be emphasized as students participate in parades, clinics, festivals and school and
citywide concerts.
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Color Guard
1517
(See Special Offerings, p. 57)
Instrumental Ensembles*
1044
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Semester or Two Semester Course
Prerequisite: Instructor Approval and/or Audition
Content: Students will study and explore appropriate instrumental ensemble literature. These students
may perform in festivals, clinics, and concerts.
Marching/Concert Band*
1041
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Junior High Band or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will refine performing skills, including self-discipline, precision and teamwork.
Marching band lasts the first nine weeks with performances at football games, parades and
festivals. During the winter months It also serves as a Pep Band for selected basketball games
and assemblies. Concert Band begins in the 2nd quarter and will perform serious wind music
representing traditional and contemporary styles. It will participate in clinics, festivals, school
concerts and citywide programs. Marching band is required for all band students during first
quarter.
*Fees may apply
Stage/Jazz Band* 1016
Open to: 9 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will focus on contemporary music, including current popular favorites, and jazz
standards. This group will perform in festivals, clinics, and concerts.
A Cappella Choir*
1073
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Mixed Choir, Treble Choir, Tenor/Bass Choir, Audition or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will learn music theory, music history and sight reading as well as perform a variety of
vocal music. They will participate in clinics, festivals, school concerts and citywide concerts.
Chamber Choir*
1025
Open to: 9 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will refine sight reading skills and music theory and history knowledge as they work for
ensemble unity in preparation of quality choral music for performance. Students will perform at
concerts, festivals, clinics and citywide events.
Concert Choir*
1026
Open to: 9 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Instructor Approval
Content: Students will study and perform a wide range of fine choral works. Students will develop depth
of knowledge of music fundamentals and polish performing skills. Students will participate in
clinic festivals and school and citywide concerts.
Swing/Jazz Choir*
1024
Open to: 9 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
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Content: Students will focus on contemporary music, including current popular favorites, jazz standards,
selections from Broadway musicals, and selected folk music. This group will perform in
festivals, clinics, and concerts.
Mixed Choir*
1071
Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Instructor Approval
Content: Students will study sight-reading, music theory and history as they prepare for performance at
school concerts, festivals and citywide events.
Tenor/Bass Choir*
1022
Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 One Semester or One Year Course
Prerequisite: None
Content: Male students will focus on vocal development, sight-reading, music theory and history as they
prepare for performance of men’s ensemble repertoire.
Treble Choir 1*
1070
Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: None
Content: Female students will focus on vocal development, sight-reading, music theory and history as
they prepare for performance of women’s ensemble repertoire. Student will participate in
festivals, school concerts and citywide concerts.
*Fees may apply
Treble Choir 2*
1072
Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
Content: Advanced female students will further musical knowledge and sight reading skills as they refine
ensemble techniques using challenging choral literature. The will participate in festivals, school
concerts and citywide concerts.
Beginning Guitar A*
1082A
Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 One Semester Course (may be repeated with instructor approval)
Prerequisite: None
Content: Students will study basic guitar techniques, including note reading and chord structures.
Students are encouraged to provide their own acoustic guitar.
Beginning Guitar B*
1082B
Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 One Semester Course (2nd semester only)
Prerequisite: Beginning Guitar or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will continue to explore more advanced guitar techniques and music reading skills.
Students are encouraged to provide their own acoustic guitar.
Intermediate Guitar*
1083
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One year course (may be repeated with instructor approval)
Prerequisite: Beginning Guitar or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will explore even more advanced guitar techniques and further their music reading
skills.
Instrumental Jazz Ensemble*
1042
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
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Content: Students will participate in a small group that focuses primarily on music of a contemporary
nature and different styles of jazz. They may perform at festivals, school concerts and other
functions throughout the school year.
Advanced Madrigal/Jazz Choirs*
1075
Open to: 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
Content: Select students will focus on exceptional ensemble performance of vocal music representing a
variety of musical styles. This group will perform in festivals, clinics, school concerts, community
events and citywide concerts.
Music Technology/Production*
1032
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: None
Content: Using modern, advanced music creation software, recording gear and live instruments,
students
will compose, arrange, analyze, perform and promote recorded music. All genres of music will
be
discussed and careers in the music industry will be explored.
Music Appreciation*
1061
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Semester Course
Prerequisite: None
Content: Students will develop an understanding of the basic elements of music and an appreciation for
all styles, cultures and history of music. Students will develop a lifelong appreciation of music,
as well as the ability to be attentive, sensitive and perceptive listeners.
Music Theory*
1062
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One or Two Semester Course
Prerequisite: None
Content: Students will gain a background of the structure of music including fundamentals of rhythm,
harmony and chord progressions. Students will learn to read, write and analyze music.
*Fees may apply
Music Theory, Advanced Placement®*
1090
(May be transferable to college credit)
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One or two Semesters
Prerequisite: Music Theory and/or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will study melody, harmony, texture, rhythm, form, musical analysis, composition, and
basic history. Students will also develop aural, sight singing, compositional, and analytical skills
through exercises in listening, performing, writing, and analyzing music. This course prepares
students for the AP® Music Theory College Board examination.
Orchestra 1*
1001
Open to: 9 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Elementary Orchestra or Equivalent Training or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will learn and perform quality string orchestra music and participate in clinics,
festivals, school and citywide concerts.
Orchestra 2*
1002
Open to: 9 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Elementary Orchestra, Orchestra 1 or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will learn and perform quality music suited to ability level. Students will be able to
recognize, identify and understand essential elements of music with emphasis on the polishing
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of individual skills. Students will participate in clinics, festivals, and school and citywide
concerts.
Orchestra 3*
1051
Open to: 10 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Junior High Orchestra or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will study and perform quality orchestra literature from a variety of musical style
periods and participate in clinics, festivals, school concerts and citywide concerts.
Orchestra 4*
1052
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Orchestra 3 and/or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will study and perform more advanced orchestra literature in addition to participating
in clinics, festivals, school programs, and city-wide concerts.
Chamber Orchestra*
1053
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will focus on literature specifically written for a small orchestra at an advanced
performing level.
Percussion Ensemble*
1043
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One or Two Semester Course
Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
Content: Students will perform with the marching band in the fall with an emphasis on perfecting musical
skills in all phases of percussion, and development of skills on keyboard instruments. A variety
of serious contemporary percussion literature will be used, and the student will perform at
concerts, contests and clinics.
Piano*
1084
Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 One or Two Semester Course
Prerequisite: None
Content: Students will learn to play the piano through class lessons. The course will individualize the
class according to the abilities of the students. The course will include such topics as:
development of good hand and body positions, learning the musical symbols in treble and bass
clefs, and rhythmic notation and counting.
*Fees may apply
Vocal Ensembles*
1076
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One or Two Semester Course
Prerequisite: Instructor Approval
Content: Students will study and explore appropriate vocal ensemble literature. These students may
perform in festivals, clinics, and concerts.
Vocal Jazz Ensemble*
1074
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
Content: Select students will focus on contemporary music with a focus on current favorites and jazz
“standards”. This group will perform in festivals, clinics, and concerts.
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Accelerated Physical Education
1121
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One or Two Semester Course
Prerequisite: Instructor/Counselor Approval
Content: Students who demonstrate advanced physical abilities will receive knowledge in selected areas
and the value of integrating physical activity and fitness into his/her lifestyle.
Adaptive Physical Education
1122
Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 One or Two Semester Course
Prerequisite: Individual Educational Plan (IEP) or School Nurse’s Approval
Content: Students on Individual Educational Plan (IEP) will receive a specially designed physical
education program developed for his/her needs.
Athletic Fitness
1520
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One Semester Course; may be repeated
Prerequisite: Must compete in one sport that semester. Must have completed PE 9-12 or Accelerated PE.
Content: This class is an elective subject. Students must demonstrate advanced athletic abilities. They
will receive knowledge in selected areas, and the value of integrating physical activity and
fitness into his/her lifestyle.
Lifetime Fitness
1123
Open to: 10, 11, 12 One or Two Semester Course
Prerequisite: Physical Education 9-12
Content: Students will learn how to achieve overall body fitness through a variety of lifetime activities.
Lifetime Sports
1125
Open to: 11, 12 One or Two Semester Course
Prerequisite: Physical Education 9-12
Content: Students will be introduced to and encouraged to improve individual skills in a variety of lifetime
activities, and when appropriate, fitness conditioning. *May be repeated: Lifetime Sports 11 and
12.
Physical Education 9-12
1120
Open to: 9-12 One Year Course; required for graduation
Prerequisite: PE A, none; PE B, successful completion of PE A
Content: Students will receive in-depth instruction in a variety of co-educational physical activities that
will allow the student to feel successful in accomplishing physical skills and personal fitness.
Emphasis will be on the value of integrating physical activity and fitness into the student’s
lifestyle. The goal for the students will be to acquire the knowledge and skill to implement a
personal fitness program that will help ensure a lifetime of wellness.
Sports Medicine
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