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Regional Occupation Center (ROP)

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ROP Overview



What is Community Classroom?

Community Classroom is unpaid training at a job site. Training usually takes place during your class hours. It is your responsibility to secure transportation to and from the site. Student must be at least 16 years old

How Do I Enroll?
Register with your Career Technician on your High School Campus or Call 909-980-6490. Adults, please call 909-947-3400, ext. 1300. (NOTE: You must attend class on the first day or your may be dropped.)
 
Is There a Fee for ROP Classes?
 
As of July 1, 2015, BVROP is no longer direct-funded by the State of California. BVROP is now funded by our member districts, as a service provider supporting their local control accountability plans (LCAPs)
 
Our agreement with our member districts for these funds provides that ROP/CTE service are reserved for students attending high schools, continuation high schools, and alternative high schools belonging to Chaffey JUHSD, Chino Valley USD, Claremont USD, and Upland USD.
 
All other grades 9-12 students or school entities may access BVROP services by contacting Forest DeRenzo, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services (forest_derenzo@bvrop.org) to obtain the fee for service costs and registration protocol.

 

Can I Enroll in more than one course? 

Yes. You can enroll in multiple courses as long as the class schedules do not conflict. 

Will I receive a certificate?
Yes. You must earn a "C" or better at completion of your ROP class to receive a certificate
 
Can I receive college credit?

Yes. Several classes have articulation agreements with our neighboring community colleges. Most courses require a score of at least 80% on the final and/or articulation exam, a final course grade of "B" or higher, and enrollment with community college upon high school graduation. Please consult with the teacher for specific steps and grading criteria. 

Is there an age requirement? 
Some classes have an age requirement. Courses which have requirements and/or prerequisites can be found at the conclusion of each course description
 
Can my student attend class at a different district or campus?
 
Student must receive prior approval from the Administrator or the campus where the class is being offered. Contact your school Career Technician