Black Mountain Middle School OCIS-PE Information
- Off-Campus Independent Study

***  2020-2021 OCIS APPLICATION  [pdf]

*** IMPORTANT DATES

***  OCIS LOG SHEET [pdf]

*** 2020-2021 CALENDAR
 
Off Campus Independent Study for Physical Education (OCIS-PE) is a program designed to assist athletes with their training schedules by allowing the student to take their Physical Education class at their training facility, under the direct supervision of their coach. The coach or trainer working with the athlete MUST be CPR/First-Aid certified in order to be considered. OCIS-PE must be a significantly different program that involves an activity in which the applicant competes at a state, regional, or national level. A major factor in determining acceptance or rejection of this request will be the difference between a recreational and a competitive program. OCIS-PE is not allowed for any team sports.

The nature of the activity must provide a training and weekly practice schedule minimum of 10 hours per week for middle school and 15 hours per week for high school- that indicates the applicant is a serious participant. Documentation of competition and/or performance at the Regional (Northern, Central, or Southern California), State or National level must be submitted to the site administrator.
Please review the application for further details. 

FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE PUSD OCIS-PE WEBSITE
 
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