ROP Career Technical Education & Training
Announcing the Orange County Auto Dealers Association (OCADA)
Automotive Technology Competition Winners
Orange County Regional Occupational Program is a cooperative effort in
career technical education by five school
districts in North Orange County, and
accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
classes are appropriate for students who want to: explore careers options,
gain employability skills, earn high school credits, prepare for advanced
education and training, learn new job skills and/or increase work
experience, or earn advanced placement/credits at local community
Congratulations to Philippe for winning our
Valentines Day Giveaway!
Although the winner was randomly selected, he just
so happened to be
an ROP student at Western High School!
Please continue to encourage those that you know to
support our programs by liking our page on Facebook.
Here’s what Philippe had to say:
"I wasn't doing anything one day, and
decided to just enter. I didn't think I'd win!"
Thanks everybody for supporting us in our first
More opportunities to come...
Registration assistance for adult residents of North
Orange County is available at the Education Center, 385 N. Muller Street,
Anaheim. Adults may register in person at the front counter for North
Orange County Regional Occupational Program courses.
High school students register for ROP classes on their campus with their
counselor or career guidance specialist. Home-schooled, private school,
and out-of-district students may also enroll.
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Career Technical Instruction
Orange County ROP offers career courses in a wide variety of career
pathways. ROP instruction integrates academic studies and hands-on
training. All courses support the California Career Technical
Education Standards, occupational standards, state language arts and
mathematics standards, and high school exit exam standards. Classes are
conducted with various methods.
Student Support Services
ROP offers career counseling services
for high school students. The Student Information Department assists
with registration processing. The Disabled
Student Services Department, and specialized instructional programs, and employment services, are available for qualifying
students. Preschooling programs are at some high school campuses.