Tri-Valley ROP


    Regional Occupational Programs (ROP) provides engaging learning opportunities for high school students eager to acquire career training and technical skills essential for business and industry employment.
    Through our ROP programs, students will learn how core school subjects like math, science and writing are used in real-life. With industry trained teachers, California Department of Education approved curricula, and high tech equipment, ROP provides a challenging, rigorous learning environment, in preparation for both college and career. Students will have the opportunity to participate in hands-on training in your chosen program and gain real world experience through job shadows and internships. 
    Many programs are A-G approved and offer students the opportunity to earn nationally recognized certifications or earn college credits through a local community college. 
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  • How do I enroll in a ROP class?

    Students interested in taking an ROP class should talk to Mrs. Watson or their counselor to see what, if any, requirements there are for the class. Most ROP classes can only be taking during junior and senior year. Both Medical Occupations and Nursing Careers have a mandatory parent/student orientation that happens in the spring, prior to the year the student plans to take the class. There is an application process for these two classes. 

    For more information about the ROP classes and requirements, refer to the Granada High School Course Catalog.