ROP

MISSION STATEMENT

Coastline ROP provides students with a dynamic career technical education program that prepares them for academic and career success.

EXPECTATIONS FOR STUDENTS

Upon successful course completion, Coastline ROP students will:

TECHNICAL SKILLS

  • Demonstrate industry-specific skills.
  • Use academic skills in the workplace.
  • Understand and use current and emerging technologies.
  • Practice health and safety regulations.

PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

  • Demonstrate effective communication skills.
  • Practice teamwork and leadership skills.
  • Apply creative problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Demonstrate appropriate work ethics and responsibility.
  • Exhibit responsible, flexible behavior.

CAREER PLANNING SKILLS

  • Research career opportunities.
  • Establish educational and career goals.
  • Apply effective job search strategies.

ORGANIZATION & FISCAL DATA

  • Coastline ROP partners with five school districts in Orange County to strengthen and broaden the students’ educational experience.
  • Partner districts include: Huntington Beach Union, Irvine, Newport-Mesa, Saddleback Valley and Tustin Unified School Districts.
  • Within these districts the ROP serves 21 comprehensive high schools, 5 continuation schools, and 4 alternative schools.
  • The ROP is a state-funded career technical education program financed by average daily attendance (ADA).
  • High School students generate 93% of Coastline ROP’s ADA; adults generate 7%.

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • ROP classes provide students a rich curriculum that is aligned to state standards and evaluated by industry members.
  • California CTE Curriculum Standards are organized into 15 industry sectors. Coastline ROP has courses and programs in 12 of the 15 state industry sectors including:
    • Agriculture and Natural Resources
    • Arts, Media, and Entertainment
    • Building Trades and Construction
    • Business and Finance
    • Education, Child Development, Family Services
    • Engineering and Architecture
    • Health Science and Medical Technology
    • Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation
    • Information and Communication Technologies
    • Marketing, Sales, and Service
    • Public Services
    • Transportation
  • More than one-third of Coastline ROP’s courses meet the UC/CSU admission requirements.
  • Course pathways are aligned with postsecondary programs promoting sequential skill building.
  • Advanced placement and/or credit are available at local community colleges for some classes.
  • Many classes include internships at local business and industry sites where ROP students improve their problem-solving skills, critical thinking skills, communication skills, and work attitudes.
  • Research shows that students who take ROP courses improve their grade point averages, feel a greater connection to learning, and are more successful in college and careers once they graduate.
  • ROP courses are taught by skilled teachers credentialed by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
  • Coastline ROP is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

  • Students have access to an ROP career specialist on every high school campus.
  • Students receive counseling about CTE opportunities, courses in a program of study, postsecondary options, and career planning.
  • Students move within and across districts to participate in programs.

COURSES OFFERED AT COAST HIGH SCHOOL

Please speak with a Guidance Specialist to sign up for an ROP class today!

INTERNSHIPS:

  • Animal Health Care Internship
  • Automotive Technology Internship
  • Careers With Children Internship
  • Diversified Service Careers Internship
  • Banking and Financial Services Internship
  • Hotel and Tourism Internship
  • Retail Sales and Merchandising Internship
  • Medical Assistant Back Office Internship
  • Medical Assistant Front Office Internship
  • Nurse Assistant Pre-Cert. (CNA) Internship

 

MEDICAL CLASSES:

  • Dental Assistant Front Office
  • Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
  • Medical Office Management and Billing
  • Medical Terminology Microsoft Tools
  • Sports Medicine

 

GENERAL:

  • Baking and Pastry Fundamentals
  • Culinary Arts (Advanced)
  • Careers With Children Cooperative
  • Construction Technology
  • Entertainment Art
  • Fire Science 101
  • Fire Technology
  • Floral Design
  • Floral Design (Advanced)
  • Quickbooks
  • RDA Preparation
  • Video and Film Production