Students enrolled at Esperanza Junior-Senior High School learned about education and job opportunities on April 14 at an open house and career day. Guest speakers at the open house told students and their parents how they can benefit from vocational training, the Sacramento County Regional Occupational Program, high school completion, G.E.D. preparation, and employability skills training.
Esperanza Junior-Senior High School is located within the Warren E. Thornton Youth Center operated by Sacramento County Probation. Classroom instruction is provided by Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) staff.