The following criteria are for students who apply for admission to Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools’ high school programs.
- Be in 10th or 11th grade in the 2021-22 school year
Meet one of the following:
- Be enrolled in and a resident of an associate district of Eastland-Fairfield
- Be a homeschooled resident of an associate district
- Be a resident of an associate district attending a community school (including online school or non-public chartered school)
Homeschooled/private school applicants must provide a birth certificate if they have never enrolled in a public school in order to be considered for enrollment.
Any out-of-district student that is interested in applying to Eastland-Fairfield must be accepted as an open enrolled student at one of our associate schools. Open enrolled student applications will not be considered until July 1 each year after confirmation of open enrollment is provided.
Based on credits earned, applicants will then be designated as:
- Direct Admit
- Credit Plan
- No Admit
- Students applying for the Firefighting program must pass an agility test per the Ohio Department of Public Safety.
- Students applying for the Cosmetology, Pre-Nursing, Dental Assisting, Sports Medicine, Bioscience, Pharmacy, and STNA programs must provide a social security number on their application to be considered for acceptance.
DIRECT ADMIT APPLICANT
To be considered a direct admit applicant, the applicant must:
- Meet the above-mentioned criteria
- On track to earn a minimum of 10 credits and include:
- 2 math credits (Algebra I and II, or Algebra I and Geometry)
- 2 ELA credits (9 and 10)
- 1 science credit
- 1 social studies credit
- For students applying to Dental Assisting, Sports Medicine, Bioscience, Pharmacy, Pre-Nursing, the above credits must be earned PLUS an additional science for a combined 2 science credits of the minimum 10 total credits.
- 10th grade applications will have priority for two-year programs
CREDIT PLAN APPLICANT
To be considered a credit plan applicant, the applicant does not meet the Direct Admit criteria but is on track to earn six (6) or more credits.
Credit plan applicants must submit the Eastland-Fairfield Credit Recovery Plan to be considered for acceptance. The plan must include how the student will make up the credit deficiencies. The parent, student, and associate school counselor must sign the plan. The signed plan will be submitted to the Eastland-Fairfield acceptance committee for approval. Credit plan applicants with an approved plan will be considered for acceptance after the plan has been achieved and credits earned.
NO ADMIT APPLICANT
Applicants with five (5) or fewer credits will not be eligible for enrollment.
However, there are opportunities for one-year senior programs assuming the applicant meets the admission criteria. Adult Workforce Development programming at Eastland-Fairfield is available upon graduation. For more information on Adult Workforce Development, click here
or visit www.EastlandFairfield.com/AWD