The Regional Occupational Program in Fullerton Joint Union High School District offers a free hands-on training in developing employment ready skills and provides career exploration opportunities while earning high school elective credits. Students can take ROP classes during the regular school day and/or after school at Sunny Hills High School.
Feel free to stop by the Guidance Office, room 5 and pick up a current ROP class schedule and/or ROP Brochure, or contact our ROP Guidance Counselor Jennifer Beglin, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Engineering Design and Development
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT - Students learn problem-solving skills using a design development process. Models of product solutions are created, analyzed and communicated using solid modeling computer design software.
PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING - Explore careers in the field of engineering. Learn how engineers and technicians use math, science, and technology in an engineering problem-solving process to benefit people.
ENGINEERING DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT - An engineering research course in which students work in teams to design and develop an original solution to an open-ended engineering problem.
Production and Managerial Arts
ART OF VIDEO PRODUCTION - Learn technical skills behind camera work, lighting, sound recording and video graphics production. Students will work with software programs including Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects.
VIDEO PRODUCTION - This advanced class is perfect for those who have already dabbled in digital filmmaking (or even those who have attained substantial mastery already) and for those who have completed the basic Art of Video Production class and want to go further. But even students who come with minimal preparatory work can make good progress and learn important skills. The central goal of Video Production is to have students leave with a quality digital media portfolio. Video Production participants will be use professional quality cameras in the field and in the studio. This class strives to challenge students to reach new levels of knowledge and technical skill that prepare the student for an entry-level to intermediate production position in TV, Motion Pictures or Digital Media.
INTRO TO AUTOMOTIVE TECH - Trains students to diagnose, adjust, repair or overhaul automotive vehicles. Instructional areas in this course include shop and personal safety, tools and equipment, automobile brakes and engine repair.
AUTOMOTIVE TECH - Students learn to use diagnostic equipment to find operational faults, document the faults, and repair them. Students train to perform service on a variety of steering systems, align wheels, and diagnose problems based on tire wear patterns. You will learn to repair tires, diagnose and repair all types of brake systems, and refinish brake drums.
ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE TECH - Trains students to diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul automotive vehicles. Instructional areas in this course include heating/air conditioning, manual drivetrain and axis, and automotive transmission/transaxle.
MEDICAL CAREERS - Trains students for entry-level occupations in the medical/health field and to standards required of workers in the field. Students learn the ethical and legal responsibilities of the health care worker, safety, HIPAA, transmission based precautions, body mechanics, transporting duties, human anatomy and physiology, the normal function of body systems, advanced terminology, and vital signs.
SPORTS MEDICINE AND THERAPY - Sports Medicine and Therapy is for students who are interested in the practical and theoretical aspects of sports injury prevention, recognition, treatment, and care of sport-related injuries.