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Our mission is consistently high-quality, rigorous

and relevant Career Technical Education

that equips students for their future.


We believe we must inspire lifelong learning,

empower our students to make informed career decisions,

offer viable opportunities,

and prepare students for enduring and emerging careers.

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Students Become College Career Ready

ROP Registration Process




ROP Class Schedule:

FALL:  2016 HS FALL MASTER SCHD 3 29 16.pdf

Summer: 2016 SUMMER - HS MASTER SCHD.pdf

Enrollment Card: Pdf ROP Enrollment Card.pdf



Summer Pre-College Programs Available for HS Students

Click Here:  Summer Pre-College Programs for HS Students

  • Boston University
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  • CIEE Summer Abroad
  • Cornell University of Engineering
  • Drexel University
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  • Harvard University
  • Loma Linda University
  • Loyola Marymount University
  • Missouri University S&T
  • New York University
  • OTIS Summer of Art
  • Penn State University
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  • Stanford University
  • The George Washington University
  • UCLA
  • UCR
  • United States Naval Summer Academy
  • University of Chicago
  • University of New England
  • USC

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Career Center

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This Page Serves As An Information Source Only

Career Exploration Student and Parent Resources

Career Awareness, Exploration and Preparation

Successful careers begin early and they begin at home.  Working together, parents and children should discuss what things the children like to do and what jobs seem interesting. 

  • Parents need raise awareness by talking to their young children about jobs in the neighborhood and community as well as what jobs family members do. 
  • Parents should encourage self-discovery, personal and academic growth in the early years.  Children need to do their best in school and read books that are exciting and stimulating. 
  • All subjects in school are important to future careers.  Reading, writing, computers, math and science are especially important in today’s demanding careers.

As children progress through middle school years (6-8), parents need to talk to their children more about jobs and careers and begin to explore

  • Together, families should use the career exploration tools provided below to discover what the specific career interests the children have.  Then, carefully explore the high schools to discover which programs would best prepare the child for that career. 
  • Choosing a high school program is not a final determination of a career, but it can further help the child explore and discover the specific careers and jobs that most interest them.  Even if they learn they don’t like a career area, that is important to know too. 

The high school years is where career preparation starts and continues from high school to colleges to on the job training with, industry certifications, professional reading and advanced college degrees.   Learning never ends, even once you have a job! 

  • In high school, like in all other grades, reading, writing, computers, math and science are very important and success in those subjects are just as important in the career and technical classes. 
  • Good work habits begin in school: Attendance, behavior, manners and professionalism are all skills students can practice while in school and can take with them to work.  Employers call them "Soft Skills."

Get ready for your career now, by exploring today

Career Center Information

Career Apptitude Tests & Exploration

Career Cruising: https://public.careercruising.com/en/

is an online interactive resource that can be used for many purposes.  Search for career, college, resume and scholarship options.  Take the 10 minute test and then start to search your future career.                    

Username: rcucamonga            

Password: cougars

California Colleges:   https://www.californiacolleges.edu/

Our students have the opportunity to participate in CaliforniaColleges.edu.  Students will be able to:

Participate in career planning and exploration, Research and explore colleges, Find scholarships, Have access to free SAT & ACT test prep, Create a portfolio/resume

Parent permission slips need to be returned to the Instruction Office - Mrs. Seigel AP of Instruction

Cal Colleges Parent's Guide:


Cal Colleges Consent Release:



careerzone.jpgThe California Career Zone:  https://www.cacareerzone.org/

The California Career Zone is a web-based career exploration system providing four easy to use career assessment tools and information on over 900 California occupations.


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We measure our success by helping you to #DoWhatYouLove!  And ultimately, that means connecting you with real jobs at great STEM Friendly Employers. We tie each job to our STEM Type categories. So take the STEM Quiz, discover where you fit in STEM and then find real jobs to discover more opportunities to #DoWhatYouLove.

Green360.jpgGreen 360:  http://green360careers.net/program/catalyst/

Green 360 is about cultivating change-making solutions to our environmental challenges. Green 360 connects high school and college age students with tools, information, and people they need to make informed choices and create pathways to green careers.  Green360 is sponsored by Pacific Gas and Electric.

ccpg.jpgThe California Career Planning Guide:  http://www.californiacareers.info/ccpg

The California Career Planning Guide takes students through a process for developing a personal career action plan.  This is a printable PDF file in English.  Free online graphic and text versions in English and in Spanish.

careersurfer.jpgCareer Surfer: 

Career Surfer is CalCRN’s mobile application that can be downloaded for free from Apps Store or Google Play. Basic information about the 900 occupations detailed on the California CareerZone.

ccc.jpgCalifornia Career Center:  https://www.calcareercenter.org/

California Career Center is the website for career and college resources and tools to help students map their futures. Cal Career Center is focused on serving students but also contains resources for counselors, teachers, and parents.


Career Technical Education - BVROP

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Exciting News About CTE Courses -

Here From Senator Connie Leyva's CTE  Classroom Visit's

Applause - Former RCHS Student's Graduate From The RDA Program

READ All About It Below!!! 

Current Newsletter as a .pdf 

ROP & Chaffey College Partnership Intro. To Construction & Industrial Trades - Enroll Now in the RCHS Career Center M101

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Career Center News Flash


EVELYN E. PERKINS  SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION information available to eligible seniors in your school. For your convenience, we have enclosed copies of our scholarship application that can be given to qualified students or you may direct your students to our website at www.evelyneperkinsfoundation.org where they can print out the application. The application must be submitted along with the required items that are listed below. The package should be mailed to: P.O. Box 714, Rancho Cucamonga, CA  91729. Application deadline is May 31st.  Our scholarship foundation is dedicated to selecting well-rounded students from single-parent homes in the various San Bernardino County and Los Angeles school districts of Southern California.


The EVELYN E.PERKINS SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION was established in 2006 to provide assistance to high school seniors from single- parent homes pursuing secondary education. Studies show that children who live with a single parent may experience more disadvantages in terms of finances reserved for educational purposes. It is for these persons and situations the EVELYN E.PERKINS SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION desires to lend a helping hand.


Applicants must be U.S. citizens who have maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA through out the school. They must be planning to attend an approved 2- year or 4- year college full time, and have received an acceptance letter. We will award three $1,000 scholarships for those attending a 4- year college and two $500 scholarships for those attending a 2- year college. Applicants will be required to provide the following information:


  • A copy of their high school transcripts
  • A letter of acceptance  from an approved 2-year or 4-year college
  • Brief 1-2 page essay describing their educational philosophy and financial need
  • 1 Letter of Recommendation
  • Community Service information (Optional)



Selected applicants will be asked to show proof of identification such as Student ID card or Drivers License, and will be notified on or before July 15th. 

Thank you for your assistance in getting this important information to qualified students. Please contact us at 1-877-462-7401 if you have any

questions or concerns. 




Danessa Jackson MBA, Vice-President/CFO


10601 Civic Center Dr., Ste. 100E

Rancho Cucamonga, CA  91730

(909) 227-5967 – direct


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Industry Sectors

An Industry Sector is a collection of Career Pathway groups around a common segment of the workforce. An example is the Energy, Environment and Utilities Industry Sector made up of Career Pathways: Environmental Resources, Energy and Power Technology, and Telecommunications.  Baldy View Regional Occupational classes offer programs and complete career pathways in many of the State's recognized Industry Sectors.



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