Health Class Options

HBUHSD Health Class Options

Eligible Schools

 

For students with impacted schedules, Health may be taken over the summer through these approved schools:

 

- Pacific Coast High School (714) 245‐6500 

FREE on-line program through The Orange County Department of Education (OCDE).  Summer session from July 1 through August 12. The deadline to register is 3pm, May 20th, although classes could fill up earlier.

STEPS:

  1. Complete 7 page Enrollment packet at: http://pchs.k12.ca.us/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Enrollment-Forms-S1S-Master-20-21-4-8-2020.pdf 
  2. Attach completed Request for External Course Credit form.
  3. Attach copy of current transcript. (8th grade students only)
  4. Parent & student must sign all forms.
  5. Turn in completed Packet to the HBUHSD District office: 5832 Bolsa Ave, HB. Wednesday, Thursdays, and Fridays 8am-12pm.  The last day to drop off packets is May 20th. HBUHSD will submit forms to PCHS.
  6. Student will receive a confirmation email from PCHS. 

 

 

- Brigham Young University (BYU) Independent Study  (800) 914‐8931 

Online Course.  Contact BYU for current fees. Final exam must be proctored by a certified BYU proctor.  

STEPS: 

  1. Complete Request for External Course Credit form and email form to your students Guidance Specialist.
  2. Enroll in Health 041 Health Education at https://is.byu.edu/catalog/HLTH-041-S005

 

 

- Pacific View Charter School (760) 757‐0161 www.pacificview.org 

FREE on-line courses.  Pacific View Charter School is located in Oceanside and Moreno Valley. 

STEPS:

  1. Complete Request for External Course Credit form and email form to your students Guidance Specialist.
  2. Enroll on their website www.pacificview.org
  3. A parent/student orientation is required in person, with one additional in‐person meeting during the 3 week course. 

 

 

- GWC Dual Enrollment https://hboilerscarctre.wixsite.com/hbhs-career-center/dualenrollment

Golden West College – 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. Recommended for current HBHS students*

*An incoming 9th grade student can take the dual enrollment class for health as long as the student:
-will enroll at a HBUHSD high school in 2020-2021
-can handle an online college class; student should be passing all middle school classes
-understands that taking a DE class starts a student's college transcript, which may need to be reported on future applications for college admissions. 
 
 

- Huntington Beach Adult School (the following option is available to CURRENT HBHS students only (Incoming Freshman are not eligible)

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. 

Register HERE