• Health Education

Michigan Model for Health
  • The importance of health education has never been greater.  Health education provides our youth with the opportunity to develop life-long healthy behaviors through classroom instruction and skill-building activities.  A comprehensive health education program helps to enrich students as they developmentally proceed through social changes, academic achievements, and their physical, emotional, and intellectual growth.  Abstinence from all risky behaviors is our focus in encouraging students to live long, healthy, and productive lives.

    Elementary and Middle School Health

    Utilizing the Michigan Model for Health curriculum, students in grades K-8 learn accurate and current information on the following units of study appropriate for each grade level: Social and Emotional Health; Safety and Violence Prevention; Healthy Eating & Physical Activity; Tobacco, Alcohol & Other Drug Use Prevention; and Personal Health & Wellness. 

    High School Health  

    Please see the Life Skills section of the  Groves or  Seaholm course catalog for more information about Today's Health, our class that meets the BPS graduation and Michigan Merit Curriculum requirements. The curriculum provides our students with the knowledge and skills necessary for living effectively and responsibly in our complex world. Students will be able to assess the impact of health & wellness, their role as a consumer, and the importance of balancing work and family in their daily life. The course allows students the opportunity to apply critical thinking, problem-solving, and academic skills by participating in activities that apply to real-life topics.


    The SEAB (Sex Education Advisory Board) will convene on Tuesday, May 30th, from 2-3 pm. The location is to be determined.