See you next year! Stay tuned for 2022 dates.


(Physical Education Athletic Coaching & Health) is a workshop for teachers, coaches
and all who are interested in fitness and physical activity, located in San Luis Obispo, California.

Legacies that last for decades

PEACH has been around for over 60 years.
We've changed the lives of many individuals over decades
through our workshops.

Engage yourself

Gain knowledge and improve your current teaching practices by learning from experts at Cal Poly's state-of-the-art facilities.



Physical  Education

Get the most current and best practices in physical education, specifically how common core is being implemented in physical education.

Athletic Coaching

Gain relevant knowledge and experience practical application with expert college and high school level coaches in hands-on classes.


Learn new and current subject matter and acquire the latest teaching techniques in high school Health and common core curriculum.

What is PEACH?

PEACH is a hands-on workshop at which participants have the chance to gain knowledge and improve their current teaching practices. If you love being active and socializing, this is the workshop for you.

Come to one of the happiest cities in America.

With a climate that sees 300 days of sunshine, average temps that hang around the mid 70’s, San Luis Obispo is a wonderful place to get active.

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Get Motivated

PEACH is most noted for motivating and rejuvenating teachers who are at all points of their careers.  Teachers leave the conference feeling revived and with renewed energy, ready for the new school year.

Start Learning

Provide a platform for further learning and self-improvement. Work shoppers receive quality instruction from established and successful teachers and coaches who are experts in their area of instruction.

Meet Others

Work shoppers leave with new friendships, and often expand their network of colleagues.  Many return year after year to reconnect with people they met while attending PEACH.


May I attend part of the workshop?

Yes! In fact, many people do so.

What are the dates?

July 12-19, 2020. Registration takes place on February 19th, 2020.

How many units can I get?

You may earn anywhere from one to eight units. It takes ten hours of work to earn one unit.

How much is each unit?

The first unit starts at $115. $20 per unit after that

Are the units from an accredited university? 

Yes, the units are from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, a nationally recognized institution.

Is there a commuter fee for staying off campus?

Yes, unfortunately it is something we have to live with. The commuter fee is $28 per night.

How do I stay in touch with what's going on with PEACH?

Please bookmark our website and follow us on twitter and Instagram.


WOW! I had no idea how many wonderful people I was going to meet here. You all have been so helpful to me. I feel lucky now to be a history teacher turned into PE teacher.

Emily Santos, Pleasanton teacher at alternative education high school

I just want to start off by saying how excited I am to hear about all the exciting stuff you have planned for the upcoming 2014 PEACH workshop. Its individuals like you that show what our profession as physical educators can be. I've been part of the workshop for the past 2 years and seen a range of different type of presenters.

Samantha Salfen, Physical Education Teacher at Riverview Middle School

I attended Peach years ago. You brought boxing for fitness as a new component to the conference.
We were so impressed we implemented it into our high school program. We had such great reviews we demonstrated at an AAHPERD conference here in San Diego and have had so many educators ask about how to implement it into their schools. I wanted to take time to thank you.

Lori Schmersal, Clairemont High School

I had such a good time at PEACH you wouldn't believe. It was a highlight of my summer and I'm hopeful I'll be able to attend next summer.

What I liked about it was this:
· It was practical
· I could apply the learning
· It was active
· And I enjoyed the Keynotes

Steve Bluford