Physical Education at George School

Physical fitness is an important part of your overall health. In terms when you are not on a team, you can choose to take one of our physical education classes, offered in a variety of individual and team activities from aerobics to yoga.

All classes meet three times a week, are coeducational, and often contain students of different ages and skill levels. Each typically includes instruction in technique, game-playing, and work on physical conditioning, flexibility, and core strength.

Thanks to our PE program and great facilities, like our state-of-the-art Fitness and Athletics Center, keeping fit has never been so fun.

More to Explore

George School Welcomes New Boys’ Basketball Coach

Ben Luber is excited to join George School as the new boys’ varsity basketball coach. Ben is a proud member of the Council Rock North High School Athletics Hall of Fame, was a four-year starting point guard at Penn State University (PSU), and has ten years of Division 1 coaching experience.

Angelo Leon ’21 Wins Mini Maxwell Award

George School Senior Angelo Leon '21 has been selected to receive the Mini Maxwell Award.  Each year, the Mini Maxwell Awards are presented to high school football players based on academics, on-field performance, and commitment to community service.

Alexis Semidey-Martinez ’21: A Scholar and an Athlete

Three years ago, Alexis Semidey-Martinez ’21 enrolled as a George School student. Since then, she has excelled in the classroom, earning Head of School and Honor Roll every term she has been at George School, and on the basketball court, where the senior Co-Captain helped the girls' varsity basketball team achieve an overall record of 27 wins and 19 losses during her time.

Developing Leadership Skills on the Fields and Courts

George School gives everyone the opportunity to experience and try anything they want, and to be a fully well-rounded student and an athlete. As a freshman, I discovered the balance between my leadership skills through my actions on the field or the court with lessons learned from watching the seniors and more experienced players on the team.