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ROP Teachers

Kwong, Edmond
Teacher, Art Department
McMahon, Brian
Teacher
Peck, Bob
Teacher
Smare, Tom
Teacher
Unsinger, Harry
Teacher, Social Studies Department
Yoshida, Gary
Teacher, English Department/Culinary Arts

Career Technical Education

The Career Technical Education program (CTE) provides students with an opportunity to explore and/or develop a career. Courses offered provide career/technical skills training and/or on-the-job training with work-based learning. Generally, most students in CTE classes are 11th or 12th graders, but classes are accessible to 9th and 10th graders on a space-available basis. CTE courses may not be available every year and sometimes, new courses that aren’t on this list are added. Many of these courses are offered on other school campuses, but are open to students if scheduling permits. Course locations are noted when possible.


HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION:
ROP courses are electives under Applied Academics. A student must earn 10 credits in two out of three selective elective areas (Fine Arts, World Languages and Applied Academics). For example, if a student earns 10 credits in a CTE course (Applied Academics) he/she would still need 10 credits from either World Languages or Fine Arts to satisfy the graduation requirement.


UC ELIGIBILITY:
g. College Prep Elective – 1 year required.
There is not a CTE requirement; however, certain CTE courses can satisfy the "g" College Prep Elective requirement if a student earns 10 credits and a grade of  "C" or higher in a single, yearlong approved CTE course. See individual course descriptions for specific information about UC/CSU eligibility.

Career Technical Education Courses


For a list of CTE Courses with descriptions please see the Course Selection Guide.
 

Course Units Grades  UC/CSU Requirement Prerequisite 
Administration of Justice 10 10-12 N/A None
Advanced Multimedia Technologies 10 11-12 N/A Level 1 or higher Art class
Advanced Studio Art 10 11-12 N/A Level 1 or higher Art class
Advanced Woodworking 10 10-12 N/A Intro to Woodworking
Athletic Training/Sports Medicine 10 9-12 N/A None
Automotive Technology I & II 10 10-12 N/A None
Biotechnology I 10 11-12 d Biology, Chemistry 
Commercial Art/Graphic Design 10 9-12 N/A Level 1 or higher Art class
Culinary Careers 10 10-12 N/A Intro to Culinary Careers
Culinary Careers 2:  Hospitality and Management 10 11-12 N/A Culinary Careers
Culinary Food Science 10 10-12 g Passing grade in Biology and Algebra 1
Digital Electronics 10 11-12 g Principles of Engineering
Introduction to Engineering Design 10 9-12 g None
Introduction to Woodworking 10 9-12 N/A None
Multimedia Design 10 10-12 f None
Principles of Engineering 10 10-12 g Intro to Engineering Design
Stagecraft Technology 10 9-12 N/A None
Technical Writing 10 10-12 N/A None