RHS Engineering

     About Our Program



  • Name: John Fuller

    Phone: (916) 782-3753 ext: 3804
    Email:  jfuller@rjuhsd.us
    Room: 804

    Industry Sector: Manufacturing and Product Development
    Pathway: Product Innovation and Design

    Program Description

    Employers need an available pool of skilled workers—from entry-level through engineers—The RHS engineering program follows a proven hands-on, real-world, cutting-edge problem-solving approach to engineering and manufacturing.  The RHS engineering program is committed to developing innovators who lead the design and implementation of practical solutions to meet the ever-changing societal and workforce challenges of today and beyond.  Each elective CTE course is a certified college approved elective. Our program currently consists of a single teacher who offers six course sections throughout the year. In any given year, roughly 170-190 students are enrolled in our engineering/manufacturing CTE program.   In this project based program, students will learn and apply the design process through hands-on coursework while developing strong proficiency in technology, teamwork, and communication skills.  Our program, though only a couple years old, is constantly improving.  In partnership with Sierra College, this year we are approved to offer three dual enrollment classes; two in advanced manufacturing and one in mechatronics.  We are also planning on offering students industry level certified exams in computer aided design as well as computer aided manufacturing.  A satisfactory score on these exams allows the student to furnish his or her resume.  Whether it be a skilled manufacturing job right out of high school, or the pursuit of advanced degrees; students who come out of this program will be equipped with skills that will help with any post-secondary goals. 

    Sequence of Classes


     course sequence

    Program Outcomes

    • College Approved Elective Courses
    • Dual Enrollment College Credit
    • Industry Certified CAD Exam
    • Post-Secondary Job Skills


    Program Accomplishments

    • Students Finished First and Second Place it the 2018 CAD Chevron Design Challenge
    • Students Finished Third Place it the 2017 CAD Chevron Design Challenge
    • The Robotics Club advanced to the Norcal Regional FTC (First Tech Cahllenge) Robotics Tournament 4 times,  2015, 2016, 2016, 2020
    • The Robotics Club advanced to the Western Super Regional FTC (First Tech Cahllenge) Robotics Tournament in 2016