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About Lakeville Online Academy Summer Programs

Lakeville Online Acadmemy offers courses for students in current grades 9-11 each summer.

Featured Courses

  • Lakeville Online Academy: Physical Education Summer Online (current grades 8-11)

    This summer course fulfills the Physical Education requirement for the Class of 2027 and the Physical Education elective requirement for the Class of 2024, 2025, & 2026. This physical education course satisfies current Minnesota and local academic standards and graduation requirements. This course expands and builds upon the concepts and skills learned in previous physical education courses. Students will enhance their quality of movement by understanding, developing, and transferring fitness and sports-based concepts and skills to various activities and will understand the fundamentals of Meaningful Physical Education. This course is designed to help move students toward confidently and competently caring for their physical and mental wellness by finding meaningful and enjoyable life-long activities. This course is delivered 100% online. This course has an exercise component included. Each student is required to complete a minimum of 3 hours of exercise each week. Exercise will be recorded on a fitness log and documented using a Heart Rate Monitor that will be provided. Data will be downloaded and submitted to the instructor on a weekly basis.
  • Lakeville Online Academy: Health Issues Summer Online (current grades 8-11)

    This course is the study of various topics related to the condition of a person’s physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being. The primary units of study include nutrition, mental health and stress management, family life, noninfectious disease, substance abuse, first aid and CPR. The students will demonstrate learning through completion of assignments, tests, and projects. The students will be expected to plan nutritious meals and develop a healthy weight management plan; research a noninfectious disease and develop a lesson to teach the class; examine characteristics of mental health and mental disorders; examine the effects of stress and practice coping skills; evaluate reasons to postpone sexual activity and practice refusal skills; examine the risks of commonly abused drugs; demonstrate proper CPR and AED techniques; and demonstrate first aid skills.