SSWSC and Steamboat Springs High School are again offering the opportunity for athletes enrolled in their discipline’s summer training program to concurrently receive PE credit if they will be a sophomore, junior or senior in the fall. This can help free up schedules to better accommodate winter training and competition, as well as eliminate the physiological conflict of trying to train and compete in the winter while taking a PE class. SSWSC athletes will log their summer training weekly, and must report a minimum of 50 hours during the course period from June 3 through August 19, to receive credit for the class. This program will be supervised by SSWSC Strength and Conditioning Director Sady Tobin, but training will take place with the athlete’s coach during regularly scheduled training sessions.
The cost for this course is $50, in addition to your discipline’s normal SSWSC summer program fees (see sport sections later in this guide), and you must select the Summer PE option when you register for your summer programming. Do not register with the High School. The high school suggests that most SSWSC athletes hold off on taking advantage of this opportunity for PE credit until they are upperclassmen. Check with your school counselor with questions about credits.
NOTE: In order to take the credit while training with your discipline YOU MUST REGISTER FOR YOUR SSWSC SUMMER PROGRAM.