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ROP Offers Accredited Career Technical Education as Part of the Public School System in Southern California
Regional Occupational Programs
were founded in 1967 by
Governor, Ronald Reagan, to provide work-ready employees for
California businesses. ROP programs came to Orange County in
1971. There are four ROPs in the county, and together they provide
career technical education to more than 60,000 students annually.
Orange County Regional Occupational Program
is based in Anaheim, Califiornia an offers accredited career
technical education and skills training as part of the public school
system in Southern California. North Orange County ROP teaches
skills to about 23,000 students annually, 21,000 of whom are high school
students. ROP holds classes at 23 high schools and three satellite
locations. Classes are taught in wide range of career pathways.
North Orange County ROP is an equal opportunity educator/employer.
North Orange County Regional Occupational
Program 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.
ROP serves communities in North Orange County and
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, Whittier and Yorba Linda.
Regional Occupational Program Expected Results for Students are called
North Orange County ROP is
Western Association of Schools and Colleges and its classes are certified by
the California State Department of Education.
North Orange County
Regional Occupational Program provides
high-quality, relevant career technical education, and prepares all
to succeed in employment, career advancement and further education.
North Orange County Regional Occupational Program will be recognized
as the premier career technical provider in California for high school
students. Every high school student in each of our five districts
will have access to a sequence of rigorous and relevant career technical
courses. These courses, taught by experienced and engaging
instructors, will enrich students' high school experience and provide
them with the career compass needed to navigate a challenging future.
ROP works with local business and industries to provide internship
and on-the-job training opportunities for students through
North Orange County Regional Occupational Program
385 N. Muller Street, Anaheim, Ca 92801
Regular office hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm,
Monday through Friday. More >
Student Information Services: registration and
program information, transcripts, and status of classes, etc.
Information Phone: 714-502-5858
Features for Students Include:
• Experienced, professional instructors
State-of-the-art equipment and software
Paid and unpaid community-based
• College credit or
advanced placement with successful completion of
• Instructional support available at
Fundamental Skills Learning Lab
Support Services for Students
The Student Information Department
at the Education Center assists
with registration processing. The Disabled
Student Services Department and specialized instructional programs are available for qualifying
ROP offers on-campus career guidance services for high school
Additionally, preschooling programs are on a few campuses.
North Orange County Regional Occupational Program is an equal
opportunity educator/employer. Job announcements are posted on our
Human Resources Department web page. Discover EdJoin.org
Administrators work as a team to provide career-technical training
to students as part of the public school system in Southern California.
Celebration of Success
The annual North Orange County
of Success is an awards program supporting
and honoring student
achievement. The event is held at a major venue in Anaheim,
California. More >
California Education Code 52302.8 requires
ROP to serve a smaller percentage of adults than high school