Tri-Valley Regional Occupational Program (ROP)

    What is ROP?

    The Tri-Valley Regional Occupational Program (ROP) provides hands-on career exploration and training to high school students throughout the Tri-Valley.  Courses are held on high school campuses in the Dublin, Livermore, and Pleasanton unified school districts. 

    What are the benefits of taking a ROP Course?

    Experience is the best teacher. ROP can help you get the experience you will need to get a job of your choice and will help you update your existing skills or train in a new field. ROP prepares students to obtain jobs to support the ever-increasing costs of college and promotes further advanced education in particular career areas.

    Successful completion of a ROP class counts toward your elective credits required for graduation. The number of credits earned varies depending on the class.

    For more information visit the ROP website at Tri-Valley ROP: TVROP

    How Do You Enroll in ROP Classes?

    ROP classes are offered to DHS sophomores, juniors and seniors. You may enroll in ROP classes during the annual registration period for DHS in the spring of the school year. For some classes, you can also add at the beginning of the semester with a schedule change request.

    The DHS College & Career Specialist, Mrs. Nobida, and your guidance counselor are ready and happy to answer your questions. Additional ROP information is available in the DHS College & Career Center.

    **When registering for ROP classes, please note those classes which are located on campuses other than DHS as you will be responsible for transportation and timely arrival.**
    Check out this recent ROP (Regional Occupational Program) segment on NBC Bay Area from 1/23/16.  Great information about getting real world experience while you are in high school!    
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