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What is C.T.E. (ROP)

WHAT IS C.T.E. (ROP)?

ROP stands for Regional Occupational Program, a state-funded educational program providing career preparation and guidance to meet identified educational and industry standards with some on the job training.  These classes are ideal for students that are determining their career focus, seeking a career, or enhancing their current skills.  The ROP is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

 Why Take A C.T.E. Class?

v Earn High School Credits / Some Classes meet Graduation Requirements

v Work Based Learning

v Earn a Certificate of Achievement

v Assist in College/Career Decisions

v Waive some College Requirements

v Enhance College and Job Applications

v Develop Contacts with Business Professionals

Where Are Classes Offered?

v Walnut High School

v ESGVROP/TC 

v Various Community Training Sites

How Do I Enroll?

v With your GLC for on-campus classes.

v With College and Career Counselor for off-campus classes.