Interactive Health (iHealth)
Course Outline
Ready-to-use digital curriculum for physical education
High School / Upper Middle School
Each course is a full semester of lessons, assignments, assessments, along with a final examination. Students begin each course with a pre-course evaluation to determine baseline understanding. Learning effectiveness is measured by the comparison of pre-course knowledge to post-course academic results. Each unit contains video lessons addressing a topical question considered relevant and important to the student. The lessons concludes with the "Big Idea" - the primary concept within the lesson. Students can view the lessons as many times as deemed necessary to master the material before completing formative questions. Students get immediate feedback and may review lessons for retaking formative assessments. Grades are based on the average of all attempts rewarding students for mastery even if it takes more than one try.


More than 150 lessons, assignments, and assessments in 18 units


Meets all standards and Characteristics of Effective Health Ed.

Easy Adoption

No investment in technology, training, or support is required.


100,000+ students have successfully completed Interactive courses.

01 Before you Begin

1.1 Pre-course evaluation
1.2 Welcome to iHealth
1.3 What do I need for iHealth?
1.4 What do I need to learn in iHealth?
1.5 How am I graded?
1.6 What is the best way to take iHealth
1.7 What is the iHealth honor code?
1.8 Huddle Up: Your Attentive Brain + PACE POINTS

02 Making Healthy Decisions

2.1 Pre-Unit Evaluation (S)
2.2 What does health really mean?
2.3 Who is in charge of my health?
2.4 How long will I live?
2.5 What does quality of life mean?
2.6 What are the biggest risk factors?
2.7 What are the most significant decisions a person makes?
2.8 How should I make decisions?
2.9 What is a healthy behavior outcome?
2.10 Huddle Up: Your Positive Thinking Brain + PACE POINTS

03 Your Feelings

3.1 Pre-Unit Evaluation (MEH)
3.2 How does my personality affect my health?
3.3 What causes stress?
3.4 How does stress affect my body?
3.5 What's the best way to deal with stress?
3.6 What is my self-image?
3.7 How do I boost my self-esteem?
3.8 How do I cope with my emotions?
3.9 What are defense mechanisms?
3.10 Huddle Up: Your Compassionate Brain + PACE POINTS

04 More About Your Feelings

4.1 Pre-Unit Evaluation (PHW)
4.2 How do I express my feelings in a healthy way?
4.3 Are mental disorders real?
4.4 Are there different types of mental disorders?
4.5 How do I deal with setbacks?
4.6 What are the signs of depression?
4.7 What is love?
4.8 What should I do when I get angry?
4.9 Huddle Up: Your Angry Brain + PACE POINTS

05 All in the Family

5.1 Are all families alike?
5.2 What causes family stress?
5.3 What can I do to help keep the family healthy?
5.4 How can I reduce family conflict?
5.5 Why can't I make my own rules?
5.6 What's my role in the family?
5.7 How do I deal with divorce?
5.8 Huddle Up: Your Brain's Perspective + PACE POINTS

06 My Friends, My Health

6.1 Are there different types of friends?
6.2 How do my friends define me?
6.3 What should I look for in a friend?
6.4 How can I be a good friend?
6.5 Why do problems arise in friendships?
6.6 What does a genuine apology look like?
6.7 What's up with cliques?
6.8 Huddle Up: Your Conforming Brain (Peer Influence) + PACE POINTS

07 Out of Harm's Way

7.1 Pre-Unit Evaluations (V)
7.2 How do most fights start?
7.3 Is cyberbullying real?
7.4 Can I avoid violent situations?
7.5 Is hazing ever acceptable?
7.6 Is sexual harassment legal?
7.7 How should I act if I am stopped by an officer of the law?
7.8 What is distracted driving?
7.9 Huddle Up: Your Moral Brain + PACE POINTS

08 Alcohol

8.1 Pre-Unit Evaluation (AOD)
8.2 Why do so many people drink alcohol?
8.3 If alcohol is a drug, why is it legal?
8.4 What does alcohol do to my body?
8.5 Are there benefits associated with drinking alcohol?
8.6 Why do I have to be 21 years old to consume alcohol?
8.7 What is BAC and what does it mean?
8.8 What drinking laws do I need to know?
8.9 What factors influence drinking?
8.10 What is binge drinking?
8.11 What is alcoholism?
8.12 What is the cost of drinking?
8.13 Huddle Up: Your Addictive Brain + PACE POINTS

09 Up in Smoke

9.1 Pre-Unit Evaluation (T)
9.2 Why do people start to smoke?
9.3 What does tobacco do to my body?
9.4 Are there benefits to smoking?
9.5 Why are cigarettes legal?
9.6 What about eCigarettes?
9.7 Is smokeless tobacco safe?
9.8 What about secondhand smoke?
9.9 How much does it cost to be a smoker?
9.10 Is it too late to quit smoking?
9.11 Huddle Up: Your Sleeping Brain + PACE POINTS

10 Substances: Legal and Illegal

10.1 Why do people take drugs?
10.2 Is there an issue if substances make people feel good?
10.3 What's the difference between legal and illegal substances?
10.4 What substances are free from side effects?
10.5 What are the most commonly abused substances?
10.6 What are the dangers of substance abuse?
10.7 Isn't marijuana legal now?
10.8 What is the cost of a dependency?
10.9 How can I rise above the influence of drugs?
10.10 Huddle Up: Your Risky Brain + PACE POINTS

11 Reproduction

11.1 Pre-Unit Evaluations (SH)
11.2 What causes my body to change?
11.3 Am I ready to date?
11.4 Is everyone sexually experienced?
11.5 Is it safe to be sexually intimate?
11.6 Does birth control really work?
11.7 Is abstinence realistic?
11.8 What about self
11.9 Huddle Up: Your Brain's Gender + PACE POINTS

12 Infectious and Chronic Diseases

12.1 What's the difference between bacteria and viruses?
12.2 How do germs spread?
12.3 What do I need to know about STIs?
12.4 What's the difference between AIDS and HIV?
12.5 Why do some people have allergies and some don’t?
12.6 Do I have sitting disease?
12.7 Huddle Up: Your Intuitive Brain + PACE POINTS

13 Making Healthy Decisions

13.1 How do I set my own health goals?
13.2 How can I be a wise consumer?
13.3 How does media and technology affect health?
13.4 What web sources can I trust?
13.5 What are the signs of personal maturity?
13.6 How often should I see a doctor?
13.7 How much does healthcare cost?
13.8 How do I just say no (yes)?
13.9 Huddle Up: Your Common Sense Brain + PACE POINTS

14 Your Nutrition

14.1 Pre-Unit Evaluation (HE)
14.2 How many calories do I burn in a day?
14.3 How many calories do I burn when I exercise?
14.4 What is the real scoop on calories?
14.5 How do I make the calories in-calories out connection?
14.6 How do I read the nutrition label?
14.7 What is the best food plan?
14.8 Can I "out-exercise" poor eating?
14.9 What's the real scoop on bread, carbs, and grains?
14.10 What's the skinny on fats?
14.11 Huddle Up: Your Food Brain + PACE POINTS

15 Your Fitness

15.1 Pre-Unit Evaluation (PA)
15.2 What is physical fitness?
15.3 What is the best activity for overall fitness?
15.4 How often should I exercise?
15.5 What does it mean to be physically healthy?
15.6 What is the secret to fitness?
15.7 How does daily exercise improve my school day?
15.8 Is vigorous exercise necessary?
15.9 Who is in charge of my fitness?
15.10 Huddle Up: Your Logical Brain + PACE POINTS

16 In an Emergency

16.1 How should I respond in an emergency?
16.2 What is hands only CPR?
16.3 How do I perform CPR?
16.4 Should I perform CPR on children?
16.5 Huddle Up: Your Imaginative Brain + PACE POINTS

17 Organ/Tissue Donation

17.1 Why should I sign up to be an organ donor?
17.2 Myth busters: what do you know about organ donation?
17.3 How does signing up as a donor help others?
17.4 What organs can be donated?
17.5 A donor hero story
17.6 More Myth Busters
17.7 How are people saved and healed with tissue donation?
17.8 What about living donations?
17.9 What now? How do I sign up?
17.10 Where can I find more information?
17.11 Tell us what you think.

18 Your Finish Line

18.1 Self assessment
18.2 Course evaluation
18.3 EXTRA CREDIT: Change the World
18.4 Practice Test
18.5 Final Examination