The purpose of the OCPE Program is to accommodate students who are making a serious effort to develop higher-level skills in a specific activity that exceed what the school district can offer through the general physical education program.
The OCPE Program allows students in 6th through 12th grades to earn credits that meet the district and state physical education requirements. Students will be expected to be physically educated, along with being physically active. They will be expected to show accountability of skill development, learned physical activity and health concepts and social development through participation in their selected physical activity that is based on the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Physical Education.
Additional Requirement for 6th grade OCPE
Sixth graders who are interested in OCPE, must pass a Health Exam with a score of 80% or higher to be eligable for consideration for OCPE. Testing arrangements will be made in May and students will be testing remotely through Schoology.
Sign Up for Sixth Grade Health Exam
Current 5th graders wanting to be considered for OCPE should sign up here to be contacted for the 6th grade Health exam. The Director of Health and Social Emotional Learning, Jennifer Lyon, will reach out to those families who signed up on the google form to arrange testing.
Study Tips (for 6th graders attempting to 'test' out of Health; Spring and Summer only)
New to District Students
Only new-to-district students, who enrolled after June 10, 2021, the OCPE deadline, will be allowed to submit an OCPE application and/or request to take the 6th-grade Health Exam for Acceleration for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year. Please contact your campus counselor to arrange the Health exam if necessary.
All applications must be turned into the students Campus Counseling office by the end of the day on Thursday, June 10, 2021.
The provider application process is CLOSED for this coming school year (2021-2022). Providers may apply for the 2022-2023 school year using the application below: