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Regional Occupational Program (ROP)

North Orange County Regional Occupational Program is a cooperative effort in career technical education by five school districts in North Orange County, and it is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. North Orange County ROP is based in Anaheim, California and offers accredited career technical education and skills training as part of the public school system in Southern California. 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.

Summer ROP Opportunity!


North Orange County ROP is hosting a two-week Summer Drone Exploration class.


What: Summer Drone Exploration

Where: El Camino Real High School, Placentia

When: Monday through Thursdays, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, From June 17, 2024 – June 27, 2024

Who: Open to 7th through 10th Grade in North Orange County ROP’s five partner districts


Why should students register? Here are just a few reasons:

  1. Hands-On Learning: Students will dive into hands-on activities, getting up close and personal with state-of-the-art drones under the guidance of experienced instructors.
  2. Real-World Applications: Drones are revolutionizing countless industries, from photography and videography to agriculture and search-and-rescue missions. Our class equips students with the skills to navigate this rapidly expanding field.
  3. Future-Proof Skills: As drones become increasingly prevalent, the demand for skilled operators continues to soar. By enrolling in our class, students gain a competitive edge and position themselves for exciting career opportunities.

Link to sign-up!

ROP Summer Session

  • Monday, June 17 – Thursday, July 25
  • 8:30 am – 2:00 pm (30-minute lunch 11:00-11:30) M-Th
  • No class on Fridays, June 19, and July 4
Classroom Instructors and room location


  • Medical Careers – Melissa Oceguera, Room D-1
  • Body Systems – Nubia Diaz, Room A1/A2

NOCROP 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
  • Earn advanced placement/credits at local community colleges


NOCROP 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
  • Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District