Where is Eastland-Fairfield located?
Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools is a district that has two main campuses. Eastland Career Center is located in Groveport, Ohio, while Fairfield Career Center is located in Carroll, Ohio. We also have programs located in six high schools within our planning district including Pickerington North High School, Groveport High School, Canal Winchester High School, New Albany High School, Gahanna Lincoln High School, and Reynoldsburg High School.
Who is eligible to apply to Eastland-Fairfield?
Students in any of our 16 associate school districts are eligible to apply to any of our programs. Sophomores are eligible to apply to our two-year programs while juniors are eligible to apply for our senior-only programs.
Application requirements are being finalized and will be available soon.
Is transportation provided?
Your home school provides bussing to and from our main campuses. If you chose a satellite program, you will need to provide your own transportation.
Can I take my academic courses at the career center or at my satellite program's school?
Students enrolled in a program at Eastland or Fairfield Career Center are encouraged to take their academic courses at that career center. However, you may choose to take your academic courses at your home school and then commute to the career center for your instructional lab, if you choose.
Students enrolled in a satellite program will take their academic courses at their home school and then commute to participate in their lab.
Can I participate in extra-curricular activities at my home school?
Absolutely! We encourage students to remain connected with their home school through pep rallies, sporting events, athletic teams, clubs, and other extra-curricular activities. Make your experience what you wish it to be at Eastland-Fairfield AND your home school.
Does Eastland-Fairfield offer College Credit Plus (CCP) courses?
Yes, CCP courses and credits are available at each career center. CCP credits are also embedded into some of our CTE programs. In addition, each program has industry credentials or licensures that you can earn en route to graduation.
What are the 4 E's?
We strive to help students navigate toward their future pathways. We call them our "E's". You don't have to pick just one. You may choose or test out multiple E's. Will you choose:
- Employment - choosing to go straight into the workforce
- Enlistment - enlisting into the Armed Service
- Education - pursuing a two- or four-year college degree, additional credentials or certificates
- Entrepreneurship - being your own boss by becoming an entrepreneur
Let us help you see the possibilities in each opportunity!
When can I apply?
Applications for the 2023-24 school year will open on November 2, 2022. At that time, the online application will go live and you may access that form at www.EastlandFairfield.com/apply
Be sure to apply during the priority application period, which ends on February 10, 2023. Students may still apply after that date but will be considered only if seats remain.