The Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP) was established in November 1972 and is operating pursuant to a Joint Powers Agreement between the Chaffey Joint Union High School, Chino Valley Unified, Claremont Unified, and Upland Unified School Districts, to serve residents of these four districts by preparing students for career and college.
Baldy View ROP is part of a statewide network of Regional Occupational Centers and Programs which began to develop in 1967. Statewide, more than 500,000 students enroll annually in ROP courses to better prepare themselves for the world of work and advanced training..
Baldy View ROP is accredited by both Council on Occupational Education (COE) and the Accrediting Commission for Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC). BVROP's reaffirmation accreditation for COE and ACS WASC was February 1-5, 2021 via virtual visit.
Collaborating with our education and regional partners, Baldy View ROP will lead in empowering students to excel in emerging technology, adaptability, leadership, and relevant industry skills necessary to succeed in the evolving global workforce.
We provide equitable, accessible, rigorous, and relevant career technical education with work-based learning experiences, to prepare students for career, advanced learning, and life.
Our commitment to ourselves and our stakeholders is to provide:
- Educational excellence
- Safe, trusting, supportive, equitable, inclusive, and accessible learning environments
- Community engagement and service
- Dignity and respect
- Integrity, accountability, and transparency
| Strategic Goals: 2021-22, 2022-23, 2023-24
- Make data-informed decisions that support quality education focusing on industry standards, community needs, and emerging 21st century demands across regionally identified high demand employment sectors while maintaining long-term fiscal stability.
- Create an inclusive, equitable, and accessible learning environment ensuring students develop technical competencies and skills in leadership, professionalism, career planning, problem-solving, and communication through advanced learning with real world applications
- Broaden and strengthen collaboration with community stakeholders and industry partners to provide students with professional level, work-based learning experiences that align with business expectations and promote a positive regional and state identity.
- Attract, support, cultivate, recognize, and retain highly-qualified instructors and staff committed to an inclusive organizational culture and climate.