Enrollment

Registration & Enrollment

Registration

For Registration Information Call (310) 241-4800

Harbor Occupational Center
740 North Pacific Avenue • San Pedro, CA 90731
Phone (310) 241-4800
FAX (310) 547-4974

Enrollment Requirements

Online registration is currently unavailable.

Any person high school ages or older is eligible for enrollment. Those under 18 must have approval from their parent or guardian, home school and Harbor Occupational Center. Enrollment must be confirmed by attendance at the first class meeting. Under the continuous enrollment policy, vacancies at the first class meeting will be filled immediately.

FEE INFORMATION
  1.  A class fee depending on class selected.
  2. A fee of $15 for a School Photo I.D.
  3. Books and supplies are required for most classes.
  4. A fee of $10 is required to park in the student parking facility.
ALL FEES ARE PAYABLE AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION

ALL FEES ARE PAYABLE BY CASH OR CREDIT CARD (VISA OR MASTERCARD WITH $10 DOLLAR MINIMUM PURCHASE) AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. WE DO NOT ACCEPT CHECKS.

CTE COURSE FEE EXEMPTIONS, EXCEPTION, FEE WAIVERS, REFUNDS, and DROP CHARGES

A. CTE COURSE FEE EXEMPTIONS

The students meeting any of the following criteria are exempt from paying fees:

1.  Concurrent students referred by their high school counselor.
2. ACT2 Accelerated College and Career Transition students
3.  Minor students enrolled in a service center for which a Pupil Accounting Report (PAR) is on file.
4.  An individual with a disability up to age 22 per District Bulletin 4692.

B. CTE COURSE FEE EXCEPTIONS

Adult students in the High School Diploma program who enroll in a CTE course to meet a graduation requirement do not pay a class fee.

C.  CTE COURSE FEE REFUNDS AND DROP CHARGES

Upon request, a student may be issued a refund of fees when he or she drops the class before the first day of attendance or within seven (7) calendar days following
the first day of possible attendance. However, a $20 drop fee will be assessed on a per course basis, except when an administrator has closed the class during the
initial enrollment period.

TERMINATION OF CLASSES

The administration reserves the right to terminate or combine a class according to Division of Adult and Career Education policy.

CERTIFICATES

Certificates for Career Technical Education (CTE) are awarded upon successful completion of course. Competencies must be met before a certificate is awarded.

CIVIL RIGHTS COMPLIANCE

All educational and career technical education opportunities are offered without regard to race, color, national origin, gender (including sexual harassment), physical or mental disability, or age in any of its policies, procedures, or practices, in compliance with federal civil rights laws. A lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in educational and career technical programs.

COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE

An orientation/assessment in reading and math is given to new students. Call (310) 241-4800 (310) 241-4800for scheduled times. Students receive assistance in course credit evaluation, program planning and career-technical guidance. Bilingual counselors are available.

DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES

This office assists in providing necessary accommodations to students who have physical disabilities, hearing impairments and vision loss. Also serves students with learning and emotional disabilities or a history of substance abuse. Written verification of the disability is required. A resource room for visually impaired students is available at Harbor Occupational Center.

ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS

Any person 18 years of age or over is eligible for enrollment. Those under 18 and currently enrolled as a high school student must have their high school’s administrative approval to be registered as a concurrently-enrolled high school student with written permission from their parent/guardian and their home school. Enrollment must be confirmed by attendance at the first class meeting. Under the continuous enrollment policy, vacancies at the first class meeting will be filled immediately.

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

It is the policy of the Los Angeles Unified School District to maintain a working and learning environment that is free from sexual harassment. Sexual harassment of or by employees or students is a form of gender discrimination in that it constitutes differential treatment on the basis of gender, and, for that reason, is a violation of state and federal laws and a violation of this policy.

TERMINATION OF CLASSES

The administration reserves the right to terminate or combine a class according to Division of Adult and Career Education policy.

TOBACCO FREE CAMPUS/NO SMOKING

Federal and state governments have adopted various anti-tobacco laws that require schools to have adopted and fully implemented tobacco-free environment policies. As required by these laws, the Los Angeles Unified School District has prohibited smoking and the use of all tobacco products on all school and District property.

UNIFORM COMPLAINT PROCEDURE

Complaints alleging unlawful discrimination or failure to comply with state or federal law in adult basic education, consolidated categorical aid programs, migrant education, career technical education, child care and development programs, child nutrition programs and special education programs must be made in writing and given to the District’s Compliance Officer. If you have a complaint see an administrator at Harbor Occupational Center or call (310) 241-4800 (310) 241-4800. Confidentiality of the facts of the complaint will be observed to the maximum possible. The District will not tolerate retaliation against anyone who files a complaint.

ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION WORK CENTER (AEWC)

This is a program targets youth (ages 16 – 18) who have exited high school and seek a high school diploma.

VETERANS

Harbor Occupational Center is approved by the California State Aproving Agency to enroll veterans and other eligible persons.

ASSESSMENT CENTER

This center offers reading and math assessment for anyone entering into ESL, Academic or CTE programs. Testing takes place on Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 a.m. The assessment is free and no appointment is required.

HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY TEST (HISET)

Harbor Occupational Center is an official test site. For information call (310) 241-4800 (310) 241-4800.
High School Equivalency Test Preparation is available.

ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION WORK CENTER (AEWC)

This is a program targets youth (ages 16 – 18) who have exited high school and seek a high school diploma.

WEBSITE DISCLAIMER

Information in this website was accurate at time of online publication. Changes may have occurred subsequently. Contact us at (310) 241-4800.