Six ROC students have been awarded scholarships to aid them in continuing their education in their chosen industry. Out of 75 applicants, these students were chosen for their outstanding grades, great attendance, and their school and community involvement.
The application period for openings at ROC and CTEC for the 2020-2021 school year will soon be upon us. Our high-quality career training programs are offered during the traditional school day with select programs also offered in the evening. If you are a CURRENT high school sophomore or junior and are interested in registering for one of these programs ...
The Kern High School District Regional Occupational Center (ROC) Mock Interview Day provided 1200 students an opportunity for a professional one-on-one interview to practice their employment skills with a member of the business community.
ROC Ambassadors recently hosted a Spring Fling at Brookdale @ Riverwalk Senior Residence. It was an outdoor lawn event where students and seniors had an interactive day of spring activities including ...
Once a month, a local teacher receives a one thousand dollar check for their classroom provided by MOR Furniture for Less. This month's winner is Lisa Krch. She once was our morning and afternoon anchor at Eyewitness News. Lisa now teaches the Video Production and Advanced Film and Cinema class at the Regional Occupational Center.
Kern High School District (KHSD) students returned triumphantly from the 4-day SkillsUSA California State Conference and Skills Competition held recently in Ontario. Our campus was named a SkillsUSA Chapter of Distinction, but that was only the beginning.
The 22nd Annual ROC Olympics was a resounding success as students in all 27 programs competed against each other in a skills showdown. Thanks to all our community judges who freely gave of their time and expertise. Check out the video and article, courtesy of KHSD Public Information.
We are inviting the community and industry professionals to attend the 1st Annual App Showcase featuring ROC Mobile App Development Education (MADE) students. These students will showcase their app projects -- a collaborative effort from the three pathways in the MADE program: app development, graphic design and digital marketing.