Saint Ignatius High School

Health & Physical Education

Heath and Physical Education courses instruct young men in physical fitness and well-being, and include CPR training. Students also learn teamwork, focus, skill-building and how to score different sports.

I love teaching students small life lessons, in and out of the classroom. One of the most important lessons is that exercise is one of the most important things in life. Exercise and eating habits are big keys to a healthy life.

Kevin Johnson '10
Health and Physical Education Department
Assistant Football Coach
Kevin Johnson '10 <br> Health and Physical Education Department <br> Assistant Football Coach  image

The Health and Physical Education Department contributes to the school mission to form our students into “Men for Others” by supporting the development of the whole person: body, mind, and spirit.  Through our physical education curriculum, we teach teamwork and good sportsmanship in addition to the importance of physical fitness.  Our health classes ensure that students understand the value of good emotional, physical and mental health.

Related Opportunities 

  • Intramural sports

  • Blood Club 

  • Strength and Conditioning Center 

  • CPR/First Aid Certification

Faculty & Staff