Participating School Districts

In 1971, the following school districts came together to form Valley Regional Occupational Program (VROP).  The success of Valley ROP relies heavily on the collaboration between district superintendents and board trustees, as well as site administration.  Without these districts working together, VROP could not continue to provide exemplar career technical education across the nine high schools.  Below you will find a short summary of each district and the students VROP serves.

  • Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District is a small but mighty school organization focused on student academic success and preparation for college, career and citizenship. Cutler-Orosi HS students have the ability to take advantage of many VROP courses and Dual Enrollment programs. VROP serves approximately 290 students at Orosi High School.
  • Dinuba Unified School District is a large district offering Valley ROP programs at Dinuba High School and Dinuba Fire Department.  Approximately, 500 students experience unique programs through VROP.
  • Kings Canyon Unified School District is a large district offering Valley ROP Programs at three high schools, Reedley High School, Reedley Middle College High School and Orange Cove High School.  Combining these high schools, VROP serves approximately 2,200 students.
  • Kingsburg Joint Union High School District has supported the growth of Valley ROP programs in many areas.  Over 550 students at Kingsburg High School experience VROP courses each year.
  • Parlier Unified School District is located in the center of our program.  The central location of Parlier High School allows students to travel to any of our other school sites for additional course offerings.  Parlier high school currently has 714 students enrolled in VROP courses.
  • Sanger Unified is the largest participating district.  Sanger High School students combined with students from Hallmark Charter School make up one third of all Valley ROP enrollees, over 2,000 students.  Hallmark Charter students often travel to other sites for courses because of their flexible independent study schedule.
  • Selma Unified continues to work with Valley ROP to create innovative and interesting programs to students.  Selma High School enrolls more than 1,000 students in VROP courses each year.