Alternative Credit

COURSE ALTERNATIVE CREDIT
All ROC classes give 30 credits for the school year.
All ROC classes waive PE alternative credit if needed.

Ag Mechanics  

10 Units – Math

Animal Care Technology

10 Units - Life Biological Science

Auto Body & Fender

10 Units - Math

Auto Technology

10 Units - Math

Banking and Finance

10 Units – Math, 5 Units - Economics 
(second semester only)

Bookkeeping/Data Analysis

10 Math, 10 English

Business Enterprises

10 Math, 5 Economics
(must be enrolled all year to receive Econ credit)

Carpentry

10 Units - Math

Computer Repair Technology

10 Units - Math

Diesel Mechanics

10 Units - Math

Fashion Merchandising  

10 Units- Math, 10 Units Fine Arts

Fire Fighting

No alternative credit available

Graphic Arts

10 Units - Fine Arts

Health Occupations

5 Units - Health

Law Enforcement

10 Units - English

Medical Assistant

10 Units - Life/Biological Science, 5 Units - Health

Nursing Assistant

10 Units - Life/Biological Science, 5 Units - Health

Office Secretary

10 Units - English

Retail Sales

10 Units - Math

Teacher Assistant

10 Units - Fine Arts, 10 Units - English

Welding

10 Units - Math




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  • Tuesday, April 2nd
    Late start- school begins at 8:45
    Buses run 1 hour late

  • April 14 to 18th
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    Spring Break

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    AM Interview Day

  • Friday, May 9th
    PM Interview Day

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Enrollment Info

All incoming high school juniors, seniors, and persons 16 years of age and older are eligible to enroll in ROC programs. Most programs are accessible for individuals with disabilities. Enrollment priority is given to high school juniors and seniors.

High School Student Enrollment - Students must be 16 years of age and must enroll through their high school counselor. All courses earn high school graduation credit.

Adult Enrollment - Adults interested in classes should call the Regional Occupational Center for an appointment to speak with a counselor. Classes not filled to capacity by juniors and seniors are open to adults. Counselors will refer to waiting lists and will contact interested adults when openings occur. Adults are accepted into classes on a first-come basis. Adults need to be present and on time to their first class as the classes fill rapidly.