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North Orange County ROP is a collaborative effort in career technical education by five school districts: Anaheim Union High School District; Brea Olinda Unified School District; Fullerton Joint Union High School District; Los Alamitos Unified School District; and Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District.

Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), North Orange County ROP offers accredited career technical education coursework and career readiness training to over 15,000 students in six school districts.

ROP holds classes at 25 high schools, 3 junior high schools, 2 middle schools, and 2 ROP facilities. Classes are taught in a wide range of career pathways to serve communities in northern Orange County and nearby portions of Los Angeles County. Cities served include Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Cypress, Fullerton, La Habra, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Placentia, Rossmoor, Seal Beach, Stanton, Whittier, and Yorba Linda.


Accreditation

North Orange County ROP is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and its classes are certified by the California State Department of Education.

Articulation

Articulation is a formal agreement that connects sequenced courses offered at North Orange County ROP to community colleges/post-secondary institutions. High School students who successfully complete an articulated course may receive credit and/or skip the Introductory level course at the community college level. North Orange County ROP has entered into articulation agreements with several local community colleges.

University of California Approved Courses

Certain ROP courses meet UC approved admission requirements.  Designated ROP courses meet the UC Laboratory Science ("d"), UC Visual and Performing Arts ("f"), UC Language other than English ("e"), or UC elective ("g") requirement for admission.

 

Instruction

North Orange County ROP courses combine classroom and hands-on training.  All instruction is based on the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards, which are aligned with the Common Core State standards.  These standards prepare students for career and college. Classes are conducted using one or more of the following methods.


Traditional Classroom

Traditional Classroom

Learning takes place in a classroom, lab, or shop setting with hands-on skills training using industry-standard equipment.


Work-Based Learning Community Classroom (CC)

Work-Based Learning Community Classroom (CC)

Learning takes place through a combination of traditional classroom instruction and unpaid on-the-job training at businesses or public agency sites.


Cooperative Vocational Education (CVE)

Cooperative Vocational Education (CVE)

Learning takes place through a combination of traditional classroom instruction and paid on-the-job training. Students enrolled in a CVE course must be employed in a related industry.


Online Classroom/Distance Education

Online Classroom/Distance Education

Learning takes place using an internet-based, learning management system. Students complete online classes and assignments via a computer from their home or school. Computers must be connected to the internet and have a current web browser. Some of the documents in these courses are made available in PDF form.


Hybrid Classroom

Hybrid Classroom

Learning takes place through a combination of traditional and online classroom instruction. While applied requirements of the course are completed in-person at North Orange County ROP locations of other pre-determined sites, at least 30% of the course content is delivered via the internet. In-person meeting dates, times, locations, and other relevant factors vary from course to course and are made available to students prior to registration.

 

 

 

ROPERS

"Regional Occupational Programs Expected Results for Students"


We are career and college ready students who...

We are career and college ready students who...

  • Engage in self-directed learning.
  • Compete in a global environment.
  • Prepare and present professional portfolios.
  • Research and identify career and college pathways.
We use essential literacy skills to...

We use essential literacy skills to...

  • Comprehend technical, professional, and internet resources.
  • Achieve career technical and academic standards.
  • Communicate effectively through listening, reading, writing, and speaking.
  • Use technology responsibly.
We are critical thinkers who...

We are critical thinkers who...

  • Identify, prioritize and solve problems with predictable and unpredictable outcomes.
  • Create, implement, and assess ideas.
  • Consider the ethical issues of decisions.
We are critical thinkers who...

We are critical thinkers who...

  • Collaborate towards a common goal.
  • Use respectful social and cross-cultural skills.
  • Participate and contribute to the local and global community.
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