CMA doesn’t try very hard to keep students active and stimulated in spite of promoting a healthy environment. It teaches students about diseases and how to avoid contracting them, which should be a plus to health. However, most students are at such low-risk that the knowledge alone doesn’t make much difference in their physical health. Also, learning in classrooms is largely sedentary and students are not active outside of gym class. Many students also eat lunch at the CMA cafeteria, meaning that whatever the cafeteria serves will account for 1/3 of their daily meals. Knowing this, the cafeteria aspire to become healthier, but it doesn’t.