Student Services

Student Services


Welcome IVROP’s Education and CTE Department page. Here you will find information for students, teachers, and parents, about the many different student programs and activities we have available. Please take the time to explore the different links as some items have changed or have been moved. Please also check out and like our Facebook page for updates and news. 


CTE Students in Action

Natasha Schuyler enrolled in Ms. Tharp CTE Computer Graphics II class in Imperial High School took 4th place at the SkillsUSA National Competition in Louisville, Kentucky the week of June 19 - June 25, 2017.  


Abelardo Barboza & Jewella Medina enrolled in the CTE Finance & Banking at Central Union High School are actively involved in preparing for the NCRC by using the Keytrain program.


Students from the 3-D Animation course at Southwest High School working on a short animation story assigned by CTE instructor Mrs. Dubose


Holtville High School students enrolled in the Intro to Medical Occupations course offered by Mr. Ming, assist football players during a game using their skills learned in the course.


Angel Rio and Pryscilla Rubio (left picture) enrolled in the CTE Computerized Office Applications course practice a professional handshake in preparation when meeting an employer for the first time. Law Academy student (right picture) at Central Union High School, learns the rules on how to develop and type a chronological resume. 


Guest speaker Doctor Leroy Brady introducing NAO Robot while informing students at Southwest High School about computer systems and information technology, during Success 101 course on Sept. 20th, 2017, as part of Mr. Jeffer's work based learning initiative. 


Mr. Torales presenting Mr. Martija with a certificate of recognition for being accepted into Dental Hygienist program at Loma Linda University, during Christopher Martija's going away ceremony on September 15, 2017, as part of Mrs. Valadez' Dental Assistant course at Southwest High School.


Students in Mr. Surdyka's class at San Pasqual Valley High School working on Career Locker.


CTE student enrolled in the Computer Repair course demonstrating how to install a ram into a mother board. 


On Wednesday, November 29, 2017, Cristina Berrios, R YN1, Assistant Recruiter, U.S. Coast Guard talked to Central Unioin High School Law Acadamey Seniors about the various careers in the Coast Guard and the benefits of enlisting.


Brawley High School student Tristen Morris working on his Electrical Apps project.


Ms. Hite from Calexico High School during instruction in one of her Fashion Textiles class.


8th grade Barbara Worth Middle School students gathered together with Brawley High School Welding students after a mentoring session in Mr. Cervantes's class.


SDSU -Imperial Valley ROP Health Coaching Program recreated a hospital scenario with Calexico High School student Sofia Robles and demonstrated "A Day in the Life of A Nurse". From Emergency Room to discharging a patient.


Central Union High School Law Academy’s Cadets coming to attention and uniform inspection by instructors Mr. Van Driessche and Mr. Smith  


Students Calvin Patel and Wyatt Mason (top picture) performing proper bandage wrapping techniques. Julia Morales and Sowon Moon (bottom picture) displaying dissection tools, during HOSA promotional event on Sept. 20th, 2017, as part of Mrs. Valadez CTSO promotional activity. 


Superintendant Miller from California State Parks talking to Central Union High School Students in the Law Enforcement Program about the different roles that a state parks ranger has and demonstrating some of the first aid procedures that a state parks ranger must know. 


CTE instructor, Mr. Mayo observes  a CTE Construction student together with Career Specialiast Debbie Burquist at Central Union High School using the proper tool and the proper method/skill  to prepare the wall for texture.  CTE Construction courses consists of students learning to frame, dry wall, corner bead, tape and texture.  

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