Red Bluff High School

Red Bluff High School is a public school in Red Bluff, California The institution offers courses from the ninth grade school to the twelfth grade and is a member of the Red Bluff Joint Union High School District. The campus is located at 1260 Union Street in Red Bluff.

RED BLUFF HS CONTACT:

Phone: (530) 529-8710
Website: http://www.rbhs.rbhsd.org
Address: 1260 Union St, Red Bluff, CA 96080

Health Science & Medical Technology
  • Anatomy & Physiology

    COURSE NO: 3150
    START DATE: Prior to 2014
    TITLE: ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (P)
    JOB TITLE: Personal Care Aide
    CAREER PATHWAY: Patient Care
    O*NET- SOC CODE: 39-9021.00
    GRADE LEVEL: 10-12
    HOURS: 180
    CBEDS TITLE: Anatomy & Physiology
    CBEDS NO: 2655
    CREDIT: 10

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course has been designed for students who plan to matriculate to a pre-medical, nursing, physical
    therapy, kinesiology, sports medicine, exercise physiology, veterinary sciences or any career in the medical field. Anatomy and
    Physiology includes an intensive coverage of the body as an integrated whole. It will provide information about the structure
    and function of all of the body organ systems that make up the human body. The students will be reintroduced to basic lab
    techniques and will be given many opportunities to practice them throughout the course.

    PREREQUISITE: Completion of Biology (P).

  • Medical Terminology

    COURSE NO: 9045
    START DATE: Fall 2016
    TITLE: MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
    JOB TITLE: Medical Records & Health Information Technician
    CAREER PATHWAY: Patient Care
    O*NET-SOC CODE: 29-2071.00
    GRADE LEVEL: 9-12
    HOURS: 90
    CBEDS TITLE: Medical Terminology
    CBEDS NO: 4273
    CREDIT: 5

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will provide the framework needed to learn and recognize word roots, prefixes, and
    suffixes used in medical language today. Students will learn how to combine words to create meaningful medical conditions
    as well as comprehend their definition and know the correct abbreviations and spelling and pronunciation. This course will
    cover medical terms related to all major body systems, including: muscular system, skeletal system, respiratory system,
    circulatory system, digestive system, reproductive system, and urinary system. Course titles may include Spanish for
    Healthcare.

  • Healthcare Emergency Preparedness

    COURSE NO: 9560
    START DATE: Fall 2016
    TITLE: HEALTHCARE EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
    JOB TITLE: Occupational Health & Safety Specialist
    CAREER PATHWAY: Patient Care, Healthcare Operational Support
    O*NET-SOC CODE: 29-9011.00
    GRADE LEVEL: 9-12
    HOURS: 90
    CBEDS TITLE: Fundamentals of Emergency Preparedness for Healthcare Facilities
    CBEDS NO: 4252
    CREDIT: 5

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to teach the basic principles of emergency preparedness management and
    how they apply to all internal or external hazards, including those due to disasters, terrorism, and public health emergencies
    that may directly affect healthcare facility. Course content includes the application of science and technology, planning, risk
    analysis, and management in dealing with small to large and complex events. Students will be introduced to an Emergency
    Operations Plan (EOP) which describes how a facility will respond to and recover from all hazards including communications,
    resources and assets, safety and security, staff responsibilities, utilities and clinical, support activities. Course titles may include
    Healthcare Emergency Planning, Introduction to Emergency Operations Plans.

  • Health Science Preparation

    COURSE NO: 9590
    START DATE: Spring 2017
    TITLE: HEALTH SCIENCE PREPARATION
    JOB TITLE: Pharmacy Aide
    CAREER PATHWAY: Patient Care (Pathway 198)
    O*NET-SOC CODE: 31-9095.00
    GRADE LEVEL: 10-12
    HOURS: 90
    CBEDS TITLE: Health Science Preparation
    CBEDS NO: 4253
    CREDIT: 5

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: This health science preparation course will provide students with necessary PRE-REQUISIT course
    work that will be required for the Health Technology Pathway at Shasta College. The course is an introduction to
    pharmacology and also includes course work in proofreading skills. Pharmacology topics include: terminology, drug forms, and
    routes of administration, drug categories, and mechanisms of drug action. This course is intended for students in the health
    science patient care pathway. Proofreading topics include: the application of appropriate methods of proofreading documents
    common to the work place, and an overview of the essential skills needed to perform text-editing functions in business
    settings. High level proofreading skills are vital to the efficient operation and productivity of the information-processing office.
    Proofreading has become a “must” for quality control in the work place.
    This course will be offered as an online distance learning on the Red Bluff High campus.

  • Healthcare Occupations

    COURSE NO: 9559/9565
    START DATE: Prior to 2014
    TITLE: HEALTHCARE OCCUPATIONS
    JOB TITLE: Medial Assistant
    CAREER PATHWAY: Patient Care
    O*NET-SOC CODE: 31-9092.00
    GRADE LEVEL: 11-12
    HOURS: 180
    CBEDS TITLE: Healthcare Occupations
    CBEDS NO: 4257
    CREDIT: 10

    Course Description: Hoping to have a career in the health care field? Consider an ROP class called Health Occupations. This
    course provides knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to work productively in the field of hospital/medical health service
    occupations. On-site experiences in a local hospital, professional medical offices and convalescent facilities may enable the
    student to acquire competencies deemed necessary for entry-level employment within a specific department.
    PREREQUISITE: Anatomy & Physiology or AP Biology with additional coursework

    DURATION: 2 periods per day.

  • Therapeutic Services

    COURSE NO: 9558
    START DATE: Prior to 2014
    TITLE: THERAPEUTIC SERVICES
    JOB TITLE: Physical Therapist Aide
    CAREER PATHWAY: Patient Care
    O*NET-SOC CODE: 31-2022.00
    GRADE LEVEL: 11-12
    HOURS: 180
    CBEDS TITLE: Therapeutic Services
    CBEDS NO: 4284
    CREDIT: 10

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: This class is designed to prepare students for an advanced education in healthcare or to prepare them
    for an entry level profession in the field. Areas of study include: Education requirements for various healthcare careers, CPR
    and First Aid certification and training, musculoskeletal conditions, wound care and biohazard protocol, body systems,
    musculoskeletal anatomy and injuries, treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, therapeutic modalities, exercise science,
    nutrition, and general employment skills
    During the second semester, students are placed in a “community classroom” jobsite where they will learn and work in a
    healthcare setting here in Red Bluff. Students will be able apply for a position in physical therapy, chiropractic, medical office,
    fire department or health club.

    PREREQUISITE: Anatomy & Physiology or AP Biology with additional coursework

    DURATION: 2 periods per day.

Advanced Manufacturing
  • Ag Mechanics I

    COURSE NO: 9210
    START DATE: Prior to 2014
    TITLE: AG MECHANICS I
    JOB TITLE: Farm/Ranch Hand
    CAREER PATHWAY: Ag Mechanics, (Welding & Material Joining)
    O*NET- SOC CODE: 45-2092.02
    GRADE LEVEL: 9-10
    HOURS: 180
    CBEDS TITLE: Introduction to Agricultural Mechanics
    CBEDS NO: 4019
    CREDIT: 10

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: Introductory Agricultural Mechanics courses provide theory and hands-on experiences that provide
    opportunities for students to develop basic knowledge and skills in agricultural mechanics. The student will build projects
    designed to teach safe and proper use of common hand tools and power tools. Other areas covered will be tool identification,
    wood and metal projects, forge works, sharpening of tools and plumbing.

  • Ag Mechanics II

    COURSE NO: 9152
    START DATE: Prior to 2014
    TITLE: AG MECHANICS II
    JOB TITLE: Equipment Service Technician
    CAREER PATHWAY: Ag Mechanics, (Welding & Material Joining)
    O*NET- SOC CODE: 49-3041.00
    GRADE LEVEL: 10-12
    HOURS: 180
    CBEDS TITLE: Agricultural Welding
    CBEDS NO: 4026
    CREDIT: 10

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: This courses is a beginning welding class that focuses on all phases of the welding process with electric
    arc, acetylene and metal inert gas (MIG) welding as related to agricultural structures and industry.

    PREREQUISITE: Complete Ag Mechanics I or successful completion of Metals I.

  • Ag Mechanics III

    COURSE NO: 9114
    START DATE: Prior to 2014
    TITLE: AG MECHANICS III
    JOB TITLE: Maintenance/Repair Worker
    CAREER PATHWAY: Ag Mechanics, (Welding & Material Joining)
    O*NET- SOC CODE: 49-9071.00
    GRADE LEVEL: 10-12
    HOURS: 180
    CBEDS TITLE: Fabrication & Construction
    CBEDS NO: 4027
    CREDIT: 10

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course builds on Ag Mechanic II and helps students further develop their skills and knowledge
    related to welding methods and metal fabrication.

    PREREQUISITE: Complete Ag Mechanics II.

  • Introduction to Manufacturing

    COURSE NO: 8133
    START DATE: Fall 2016
    TITLE: INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING
    JOB TITLE: Helper – Production Worker
    CAREER PATHWAY: Machining & Forming Technologies
    0*NET-SOC CODE: 51-9198.00
    GRADE LEVEL: 9-12
    HOURS: 180
    CBEDS TITLE: Manufacturing – Comprehensive
    CBEDS NO: 5637
    CREDIT: 10 CTE

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: This year long course provides students with an introduction to the manufacturing environment. This
    course introduces students to the various methods used to process and transform materials. Processing techniques covered
    usually include casting, forming, separating, assembling, and finishing and may also include an overview of management
    techniques in planning, organizing, and controlling various segments of the manufacturing process, including design,
    engineering, production, and marketing. The course introduces students to career opportunities pertaining to processing
    and production of goods. Safety and maintenance will be an integral part of the instruction.

  • Advanced Specialized Machine Forming

    COURSE NO: 9317
    START DATE: Prior to 2014
    TITLE: ADVANCED SPECIALIZED MACHINE FORMING
    JOB TITLE: Computer Controlled Machine Tool Operator
    CAREER PATHWAY: Machining & Forming Technologies
    O*NET- SOC CODE: 51-4011.00
    GRADE LEVEL: 11-12
    HOURS: 180
    CBEDS TITLE: Advanced/Specialized Machining & Forming Technologies
    CBEDS NO: 5628
    CREDIT: 10

    Course Description: This course teaches the use of the numerically controlled lathe and mill, horizontal mill in order to
    complete various projects. Some examples of projects done in the class are the production of a lathe bat, CNC mill nameplate
    and Domino set, machinist’s tools and a project for the state fair. This course may meet one year of the math requirement for
    graduation.

    PREREQUISITE: Satisfactory grade in Machine Forming Technologies