The RHS Culinary Academy at Rosemont High prepares students for college and the workplace through the study of Culinary Arts, Environmental Science, and Urban Agriculture. Our program places an emphasis on teaching sustainability as a responsibility of industry and individuals.
Learn to cook in a professional kitchen and work in the school gardens on campus while taking classes required for graduation and college admissions. Students can earn 3 units of college credit through American River College
9th Grade – Biology Cooking requires the cultivation of living things and transforming them into food. Microbiology can transform certain foods into something delicious to consume or into something dangerous. The more farmers and chefs know about biology and microbiology, the better prepared they are to produce safe and delicious food.
10th Grade – Environmental Science Discover our relationship to different ecosystems as individuals, farmers and professional cooks. Learn about the basics of growing food as well as water and land use issues.