Student Services

Student Services

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools offers a variety of resources to help students succeed both academically and personally. Please see the links to the right to help navigate your needs. 
Please see or call your school counselor if you need further assistance. 

College Credit Plus

To participate in College Credit Plus (CCP) opportunities, students and parents must both receive advisement on the benefits and risks of college credit coursework. 

If students wish to pursue college coursework through CCP, they must submit an Intent to Participate form to their career center guidance office by April 1. 

Forms are available in the guidance offices or can be downloaded at the link below.

Food Services

Eastland-Fairfield and its staff take great pride in providing nutritious and sustaining meals for its students. Breakfast and lunch are served at designated times during the day. Students at Eastland Career Center may also dine at The Heritage Room, a product of the Culinary Arts program.

Eastland-Fairfield is a member of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). Eligible families may apply for free or reduced meals through the NSLP.

For more information on Eastland-Fairfield Food Services, click here or go to

Managing Meal and Fee Accounts

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools uses PaySchools Central as its payment portal for parents. Using PaySchools Central you can manage your student's meal program and any other school-related fees.

For information on how to create your PaySchools Central account or how to manage your student's account, click here or go to

Safety Tip Line


The Safer Ohio School Tip Line is an anonymous reporting system that accepts calls and texts 24 hours daily. This tip line allows students and adults to anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcement about threats to student safety — whether that involves a threatened mass incident or harm to a single student.

Things to report to the tip line include (but are not limited to):

  • Bullying incidents;

  • Withdrawn student behaviors;

  • Verbal or written threats observed toward students, faculty, or schools;

  • Hazing;

  • Weapon/suspicious devices on or near school grounds;

  • Gang-related activities;

  • Unusual/suspicious behavior of students or staff;

  • Self-harm or suicidal sentiments; and

  • Any other school safety-related concerns.

Every tip can remain anonymous. School safety analysts may ask for additional information, but the caller can remain unidentified or leave their contact information for later follow-up. More information is available by watching this video.

Scholarship Opportunities

Many scholarship opportunities exist that can help set the course for high school and adult students. Click on the link below to explore some of the opportunities students and families can explore to earn scholarship dollars toward their next steps.


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