San Bernardino County Regional Occupational Program (SBCSS ROP) accelerates the skill development and education of high school students and adults in the region to prepare them to be career ready, technically skilled and academically prepared. Our broad range of occupational and educational programs, coupled with employment services offer our students customized options whether pursuing a job or additional education.
SBCSS ROP provides quality, hands-on career training programs in more than 40 high-demand career fields to assist high school students and adults in acquiring marketable job skills. Course content is validated by local business advisory committees, reflecting current industry standards, and approved by the ROP's Governing Board.
SBCSS ROP works in collaboration with K12 school districts, adult education, community colleges, and workforce development. This collective approach ensures coordinated integration of academic and career preparation competencies connected to sequences, paths and postsecondary options leading to viable jobs. Secondary students can explore career options and apply academic skills to practical problems, enabling them to prepare for workplace or postsecondary training transition. Adults seeking skill upgrade, entering the workforce, or changing careers also benefit from SBCSS ROP programs.
The mission of San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools is to transform lives through education. Working in collaboration with school districts, other agencies, families and our community partners, we provide leadership, advocacy and services to ensure innovative, inspiring educational practices. This endeavor is essential to the quality of life and economic vitality of our communities.
Training students to be career ready, technically skilled and academically prepared by providing quality Career Technical Education.
SBCSS ROP supports and implements "Cradle to Career"