Adventure Racing: This course is designed to teach the student to understand and demonstrate proper skill and technique of map/course navigation, understand terminology, rules, and strategies of adventure racing, grasp and demonstrate what goes into planning and holding an adventure race, develop and maintain cardiovascular efficiency and demonstrate the ability to work as a team and as individuals
Archery, Beginning: This course is designed to introduce; the proper nomenclature of Archery apparatus, the basic skills, rules for target archery, and other arenas of competition and activities of the sport. The students will develop basic archery skills, strategies, error detection and correction method.
Archery, Intermediate: This class is designed to help students learn more advanced techniques in the sport of archery; the course reinforces proper shooting techniques and safety through lecture, demonstration, and hands - on practice of archery skills. Skill testing is required on the first day to determine advanced status.
Archery, Intro to Hunting: Introduction to archery for the purpose of hunting. Therefore, the course will include terminologies, rules, laws, licensing, etc. for the purpose of hunting.
This course is designed to introduce basic Disc Golf skills. The course will be primarily focused on backhand and forehand but also include thumber and tomahawk. Three styles of putting will be discussed and the advantages and disadvantages of each style will be addressed. There is an entire rulebook for professional play, but this class will primarily focus on the basic rules required to play recreational Disc Golf safely.
Fencing, Beginning: This course is an introduction to modern fencing, primarily emphasizing on Olympic-style foil fencing. Providing rules and customs, and improve strength, skills, and techniques of fencing.
Fencing, Advanced: Advanced Fencing emphasizes on basics rather than bouting to provide a foundation for competitive as well as recreational fencers. The participants will improve skills and techniques and increase overall physical fitness. Beginning fencing or other fencing experience, and “permission of instructor is required”.
Fly Fishing: Introduce the proper basic nomenclature of the Fly Fishing apparatus and tackle, basic skills and rules for fly fishing and fly casting, and other areas of the sport. Saturday field trip is required at the 6th or 7th week of the course.
Golf: This course is designed to introduce basic Golf skills, knowledge, terminology, rules and strategies.
Ice Skating: This course is designed to introduce basics of Ice skating such as skills, forms, and rules. The students will improve their not only skating skills, but also cardiovascular efficiency, strength, balance, coordination, and flexibility.
Karate, Beginning: This course is designed to learn the basics of Wado-ryu Karate. The students will learn basic blocks, kicks, punch, kata (forms), sparring techniques, and self-defense, and also improve their overall fitness. At the end of the semester, the students will perform for promotional test to attain colored belt.
Orienteering & Geocaching: This course is designed to teach the student to understand and demonstrate proper skill and technique of compass/GPS and map navigation, understand Geocaching etiquette, rules, and strategies of finding different types of caches. Students will also possess and demonstrate the ability to hide their own cache. Geocaching requires the ability to hike in various terrains and weather conditions.
Tennis, Beginning: This course is designed to introduce basic tennis skills: groundstroke; serves and returns; and volleys, and knowledge: rules of the game; and scoring.
Tennis, Intermediate: Addition to beginning tennis, the students will learn more advanced skills such as slice, lobs, drop shots, and strategies. Must have had a Beginning Tennis.
Tumbling and Trampoline: Develop gymnastics skills and technique on various apparatus(vault, bars, beam, floor exercise, and trampoline.) Safety and proper progressions will be emphasized.
Wall Climbing: This course is basic introduction to the fundamentals of rock climbing on SRC climbing wall; through skill sessions, demonstrations, and practical experience. Focusing on skill development, health and fitness climbing, and safety in the sport of climbing.