High School & Junior High Summer Session

2019 Summer Session Course Offerings and Information (PDF)

2019 Summer Session Application (Fillable PDF)

Student Eligibility

1. Students must be an incoming 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade student for the 2019-20 school year from one of our five partner districts:

  • Anaheim Union High School District
  • Brea Olinda Unified School District 
  • Fullerton Joint Union High School District
  • Los Alamitos Unified School District 
  • Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District

2. Students must be available for the entire course schedule. ROP cannot make accommodations for personal schedules.

3. Students must have a career pathway course sequence plan for one of the following pathways:

  • Patient Care
  • Residential and Commercial Construction

4. Students must have transportation to attend and exit class on time. ROP and its partner districts cannot provide transportation. Location of classes to be determined.

Application and Selection Process

Step #1: Fill in and print the “2019 SUMMER SESSION APPLICATION” found online at www.nocrop.org. Make sure your parent/guardian signs it and that email addresses are correct.

Step #2: Return your application to your counselor or ROP Career Guidance Specialist in charge at your school by Friday, April 19th. Late applications will be accepted; however, these students will be placed on a waiting list and only contacted if space becomes available.

Please note the following:

  • Submitting an application does not guarantee enrollment into the course. ROP will email parent/guardian and students notification of their status on or before Monday, May 6th. ROP cannot accommodate early acceptance.
  • ROP may cancel a course offering at any time.
  • ROP reports the attendance hours and final grades to the students’ high schools. The high schools determine and award transcript credit for students based on this information. There are 156 hours for 2019 SummerSession.
  • ROP reserves the right to dismiss students from the course offering due to excessive absences, excessive tardiness, and other misbehavior. See the Student Handbook for ROP rights and policies at www.nocrop.org.