Students & Alumni

EFCTS Closure Extended Through May 1, 2020.

Updates & FAQs 

All Adult Workforce Development and Aspire classes are postponed through May 1, 2020.  

The Pearson Vue testing site is temporarily closed through May 1, 2020.

Students & Alumni

Welcome!

 
To Our Students - You are the reason we exist and your success is our priority. Our goal is to help you realize your goals, become a lifelong learner and a contributing member of our society. We strive to create a safe learning environment where your dreams are supported. We hold you to the same expectations that you will be held to in the real world--be honest, courteous, on time and strive to always do your best. 
 
Our Student Spotlights feature Eastland-Fairfield students who are achieving success at school, in their Career-Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) or in their personal lives. Check back throughout the year as the page is updated. 
 
To Our Alumni - We appreciate your support and want to know what you're up to since you attended Eastland-Fairfield. Keep in touch with old classmates and find out about upcoming alumni events.
 
Please click the alumni link on the left to register your contact information.  

Student Spotlight

Junior Can't Get Enough of Her Passion For Dance

Junior Can't Get Enough of Her Passion For Dance

Unlike many of her peers who have studied ballet all their lives, Rachel Huther only began learning four years ago. She has quickly made up for lost time. More +
Welding Student  Focused On Future

Welding Student Focused On Future

“I’ve had a lot of people tell me that women don’t belong in welding,” Sydney Burroughs said as she sat in the welding lab at Eastland Career Center. “This is my time to show them I can do this.” More +
Senior Balances School, Sports, Scouts and Part-Time Job

Senior Balances School, Sports, Scouts and Part-Time Job

“I’m excited to wake up every day and go do something for myself and work with people who are like-minded.” More +
Welding Student Situated For Success

Welding Student Situated For Success

When you ask Sage Finnerty about himself, he’ll first tell you he’s a two-time varsity letterman in wrestling and that he played both offense and defense on his high school football his freshman year. More +
Criminal Justice Junior First Student To Receive Lancaster Challenge Coin

Criminal Justice Junior First Student To Receive Lancaster Challenge Coin

Cameron Pickett wants to patrol the city streets for the Columbus Division of Police someday. The junior from Pickerington Central High School is well on his way, studying criminal justice at Fairfield Career Center and picking up his first award from the Lancaster Police Department. More +
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