The Regional Occupational Program (ROP) is free to all high school students and offers hands-on training to develop marketable skills and to encourage good work attitudes. Students can earn elective credits by taking an ROP class during the regular school day and/or after school and certain ROP classes can fulfill the UC approved a-g list. Students who take ROP classes attain entry-level job skills, prepare for well-paying careers, and prepare for advanced career training.
Brea Olinda Unified School District partners with North Orange County ROP to bring students Graphic Design, Parient Care, and Building Industry Technology Academy pathways on campus during the school day.
To enroll in ROP courses held on the BOHS campus, please see your counselor and bring your course selection materials during the spring semester.
To enroll in free after school, off-campus regional ROP courses you must see Mrs. Cormier in the counseling office for a pre-registration form. Class schedules are available on the NOCROP website.