Health Class Options

HBUHSD Health Class Options

Eligible Schools

If you have an impacted schedule you have a few options for taking Health:

Online Option:

Brigham Young University Independent Study Program 

(800) 914‐8931 

Health 041 Health Education  A proctor from your school who has been approved and certified by BYU may proctor the final exam. Contact BYU for current fees for the class.  Incoming Freshmen must also submit an approved External Course Credit form.


Online Summer Only Options: (available only during summer)

Pacific Coast High School (714) 245‐6500 Through the Orange County Department of Education ACCESS School. Pacific Coast High School (PCHS) is a WASC accredited school. PCHS is a public independent study program offering online courses at no cost. Application to PCHS requires the downloaded enrollment packet from PCHS available on their website. Enrollment is limited and subject to availability. HBUHSD requires an approved External Course Credit form also be completed and submitted. 


Pacific View Charter School (760) 757‐0161 Pacific View Charter School is located in Oceanside and Moreno Valley, offering online courses at no cost. Students will need to pre register on their website. A parent/student orientation is required in person, with one additional in‐person meeting during the 3 week course. Program information is available on their website. HBUHSD requires an approved External Course Credit form also be completed and submitted. 


Summer School/School Year Options**: 

Huntington Beach Adult School

Coast High School campus - 17231 Gothard St, Huntington Beach

Summer School- M/W or T/Th either 8:00-10:30 or 11:00-1:30.   

During School Year - M/W or T/Th - 3 pm - 6 pm

This course will have an online component as well as direct instruction with a teacher. Please see your Guidance Specialist for the enrollment paperwork. 


Dual Enrollment Option**: 

Golden West College – See Ms Suji Chung, School Counselor, for registration information.  This course earns both high school and college credit and is an in person, direct instruction class.  Designed to provide students with the knowledge to lead a healthy life. Areas covered include wellness, emotional health, stress management, aging, physical well-being, nutrition and weight control, drugs, reproduction and parenting, prevention of diseases and consumer health.  


   ** This option is available to current HBUHSD students only.