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Eastland-Fairfield Career and Technical Schools VIEWBOOK For Prospective Students of the 2021-2022 School Year
YOU ACCEPTANCE ARE If you meet all of the enrollment requirements, you will be notified of your acceptance HERE Your High School and will be welcomed into our next class of Eastland-Fairfield students! Start Your ATTEND STORY Starting in August 2021, the journey begins! APPLY GUIDANCE Once you’ve reached a decision, we invite Eastland-Fairfield Career Services & Your you to apply using our School Counselor: These are the people who will help inform you, educate you, and work with you to help you make the online application at EFCTSJourney.com. The GRADUATE online application for Whether you are completing best decision about possibly attending 2020-2021 goes live on a two-year program or a one- an Eastland-Fairfield program. December 3, 2020. year program, the journey leads to your high school graduation and unlimited possibilities. Your opportunities after high school are endless thanks to the skill set you will gain while studying in a EXPLORE EFCTS career-tech program. One of the best ways to know if Eastland-Fairfield is for you is to explore. We invite you to take our virtual tour (designed to keep you and your family safe during this pandemic) or set-up a virtual BEGIN meeting or visit with our Career Services team. Your story may start once enrolled in an Eastland-Fairfield program, RESPONSIBILITIES but a new chapter will unfold once you complete a program In order to attend, you will need to meet certain grade and enter the real world! and credit requirements as well as ensure your school attendance meets our guidelines.
Welcome to career exploration with Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools! We know planning for the future can be daunting and sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. The Career Services Team at Eastland-Fairfield is here to help you explore all the options and opportunities available to you EFCTS during your high school years. Our goal is to help you find your passion and build your path to a successful career. We are your Career Services Specialists. Each of us serves specific school districts within our 16 district service area. We will be your guide as you begin your journey preparing for your future upon graduation. Whether you choose to participate in a career and technical program at Eastland-Fairfield, or simply At A Glance use our viewbook as a tool to discover your career path, we are excited to help you get the best start. Let’s #StartYourStory today! Who We Are at EFCTS Graduation & Diploma Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools serves Students enrolled in an Eastland-Fairfield program Students 16 school districts in Franklin, Fairfield, and Pickaway will graduate and receive their diploma from their counties. It covers an area of 700 square miles and home high school. The career-technical program is the seventh-largest career and technical district is simply an extension of the learning opportunities geographically in the state. Students in 11th and 12th available for families enrolled in our partnering grade are eligible to attend. districts. By completing a career-technical program, students will receive transcripted Location & Families elective credits from the courses being taken at The District has two main campuses — Eastland Career Eastland-Fairfield. They will also receive a “Career Center in Groveport and Fairfield Career Center in Passport”, which complements their diploma and Carroll, with satellite locations at five of its associate showcases their competencies earned in their high schools: Gahanna Lincoln’s Clark Hall, Groveport career-technical program, along with personal Madison, New Albany, Pickerington North, and and professional accomplishments. Reynoldsburg’s Livingston Campus. Transportation Student Admission Transportation is provided by each partner Students in 11th and 12th grade in our 16 associate high school to both the Eastland and Fairfield school districts or who reside within the communities campuses. Satellite students must provide their served by our 16 associate schools (private school, own transportation. If students participate in homeschooled, etc.) are eligible to attend and are school-to-work, apprenticeships, internships, encouraged to apply in 10th grade. etc., they are required to provide their own transportation. Academic Credits The academic courses available through Eastland- School Schedule Fairfield will help you connect what you’re doing in Students attend either the Eastland or Fairfield high school with the world of opportunities that await campuses from 8:05 a.m. until 2:19 p.m., Monday Crista Blower Kara Pontius Holly Rider you upon graduation. The courses you will take at through Friday. Buses depart both campuses at Serving: Amanda-Clearcreek, Serving: Bexley, Bloom- Serving: New Albany, Eastland-Fairfield are determined by the credits you’ve 2:24 p.m. The day consists of half the day spent Berne Union, Fairfield Union, Carroll, Canal Winchester, Pickerington Local Schools, already earned, the requirements of your career- Liberty Union, Teays Valley, Gahanna-Lincoln, and Reynoldsburg in academic classes and half the day spent in Walnut Township, and Groveport Madison, and City Schools technical program, the requirements for graduation the career-technical lab. Whitehall Hamilton Township from your home school, and the requirements for email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com admission into a post-secondary program. 614.836.4530 ext. 1528 614.836.4530 ext. 1527 614.836.4530 ext. 1529
1,400+ Partner School High School Students 33 MAP Served Per Year Academic Founded in Courses Offered 22 FRANKLIN COUNTY 1968 College Credit Plus semester hours available 700 New Albany 300+ High School Gahanna Lincoln Bexley High School Reynoldsburg Business Partnerships Square Miles Served 50+ Industry High School High School Credentials EFCTS Offered Whitehall Yearling High School FAIRFIELD COUNTY Hamilton Township Pickerington North & High School Central High Schools Eastland Career Center Millersport High School By The Numbers Groveport Canal Winchester 93% 10 16 Madison High School High School Liberty Union Post-Program Fairfield High School Placement Rate* Career Center Fairfield Union High School Partner Bloom-Carroll High School High School Berne Union Satellite Programs School Districts 99% Four-Year Teays Valley High School High School Graduation Rate* Amanda-Clearcreek 74% High School 28 High School Career Programs Technical Skill PICKAWAY COUNTY at ECC & FCC Attainment Rate* *Data based on the Ohio Department of Education State Report Card for the Class of 2019
Their Stories… Foor Started Gray Ellis Shannon (Hanna) Sines (Dental Assisting Here. Class of 1994, Bloom-Carroll) worked as a dental assistant in Ohio for several years but took a turn in her career. She owns several successful businesses, including a salon, a special effects makeup studio and laboratory, and a special events hair and makeup studio. She graduated from the Coastal Carolina Community College and also serves as an adjunct instructor there. Danny Foor (Auto Technology Christon Gray (Commercial Art Class of 2004, Groveport Madison) Chris Ellis (HVAC-R Class of 2010, Teays Valley) Adewunmi Adelaja (Allied Health Class of 1989, Groveport Madison) continued his education at the Columbus College of Art & Design and went into the workforce as a technician at Class of 2008, Canal Winchester) currently serves as the lead instructor The Ohio State University before making his mark in the music industry. Columbus Worthington Air using the skills continued his educational journey after for engine performance, manual After releasing a solo album in 2011, Gray caught the attention of Kirk developed in this program. He started his own completing the program. He earned transmission, and powertrain at Franklin, who in late 2015 signed Gray to his record label at RCA. He’s HVAC service and installation company, Legacy his bachelor’s from The Ohio State Columbus State Community College. had two albums chart in the top five of the Billboard R&B chart, as Heating and Cooling, in 2013. He mentors University and is expected to complete He has earned multiple certifications well as top ten entries into the Billboard Hip Hop and Christian charts. several HVAC-R students annually and employs his Ph.D. and M.D. in the UCLA-Caltech and credentials in the industry and is His songs have been featured by the NFL on the Super Bowl, ESPN, several alumni of the Fairfield Career Center program, where he is serving as a a Jaguar Master Technician. HBO, FOX, and more. He released new music in 2020. HVAC-R program. graduate student researcher.
EXPLORE The Eastland-Fairfield The best way to know if a program is right for you is EFCTS Virtual to see it in person! Since we can’t have you on our TOUR campuses right now, we are excited to present our exclusive Eastland-Fairfield Virtual Tour. FIRST ACCESS! Sophomores and their One Career-Technical Virtual Sophomore Presentations The Tour Checklist: families get first access School District in Many Places This year, our enrollment process will look Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools different due the on-going pandemic, but that • Go to EFCTSJourney.com to the Virtual Tour on and click on TOUR and choose serves more than 1,500 high school students across three counties. In order to meet the won’t stop us working with your associate high school to present our programs to you. Watch your exploration route. Thursday, November 12. demand of our population, we have multiple for Sophomore Presentations from your Career Watch for your access campuses with unique identities. Also, as an Services Representative through your high school this fall! • Explore all corners of a career- instructions on a special extension of your associated school district, you tech lab. can stay involved in the extra-curricular activities invitation arriving in your and events of your home high school. Virtual Office Hours • Stop at the flashing interactive mailbox soon! You can join “office hours” virtual meetings Online Self-Guided Tours with Career Services to discuss our programs elements to learn more about Discover more about our campuses and the and to have your questions answered. Watch that program. career-technical labs by taking our self-guided for information on our Virtual Office Hours at Virtual Tour. EFCTSJourney.com. • Watch a video showcasing a lab demonstration. Campus Tours Virtual Events • Learn more about industry Explore any program you want with just Learn more about Eastland-Fairfield’s admission the click of a button. You can explore the and enrollment processes, and explore each of Keep updated with ways to credentials, certifications career-tech labs at Eastland and Fairfield our campuses, along with Satellite Programs, and college credits you could through virtual visit experiences, virtual tours and explore our programs and potentially earn in a program, Career Centers by taking the virtual tour more. In an effort to bring Eastland-Fairfield to on your computer or mobile device. you we have a variety of ways for you to connect campuses by visiting our if they are available. with us virtually. exclusive enrollment website • Check out some alumni Satellite Tours Our Satellite programs are spread out at Please note that due to the evolving COVID-19 public health situation, and in an effort to ensure at EFCTSJourney.com. success and other testimonials. various locations, including many of our the health and safety of our community and associate high schools. You can explore visitors, Eastland-Fairfield will not welcome guests • Watch a video introducing you these programs at EFCTSJourney.com. to visit our campus while school is in session. to the program instructor. Click on Satellite Tours.
1 Leadership Building: Students are able to gain valuable leadership experiences and showcase their newly developed skill set by participating in Career Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) during Student their time enrolled in a program. These organizations include Business Professionals of America (BPA), Educators Rising, DECA, FCCLA, FFA, HOSA Future Health Professionals, and SkillsUSA. LIFE 2 Work Experience: During the senior year, eligible students are able to participate in school-to-work programs that allow them to spend a portion of their day gaining valuable real-world work experience and earn money. 3 Networking & Connections: Business and industry partnerships are an important part of the career-technical experience and our students benefit from more than 400 of these. Every program is connected to business and industry leaders, who help shape curriculum, provide classroom experiences, judge local skill events, provide internships and work experiences and serve as mentors. 4 New Friendships: Our student body is made up of students from 16 different school districts. This gives you an opportunity to make new friendships and connections during your final two years of high school, and these new friendships can last a lifetime. 5 Staying Involved: Students are encouraged to remain involved at their associate high schools while enrolled at Eastland-Fairfield. After all, we are simply an extension of your high school. Our associate schools work with us to ensure students can participate in extracurricular activities, including band, sports, and clubs. 3 5 5 2 1 4 1
Explore more about these programs at EFCTSJourney.com Our Career-Tech PROGRAMS Agriculture & Heavy Equipment Automotive Bioscience Eastland Career Center Eastland & Fairfield Career Centers Clark Hall at Gahanna Jefferson Local Schools Career Paths: Field Service Technician, Fleet Mechanic, Career Paths: Entry-Level Technician, Service Advisor, Career Paths: Bioengineering, Medical Researcher, Heavy Equipment Mechanic, Service/Parts Manager Part Sales, Car Sales Environmental Engineering, Microbiologist, Pharmacy, Physician Animal Management Auto Body & Paint Fairfield Career Center Eastland Career Center Construction Career Paths: Veterinary Assistant, Veterinarian, One-Year, Senior Only Program Fairfield Career Center Pet Groomer, Zoologist, Zookeeper, Pet Store Career Paths: Automotive Refinishing Technician, Career Paths: Carpenter, Construction, Drywaller, Manager/Retailer, Animal Trainer, Animal Breeder, Collision Repair Manager, Auto Body & Paint Inspector, Mason, Plumber, Roofer, Equipment Operator Animal Scientist Technician, Estimating Claims Adjuster Cosmetology Architecture/ Aviation Eastland & Fairfield Career Centers Construction Management Eastland Career Center Career Paths: Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Clark Hall at Gahanna Jefferson Local Schools Manufacturer’s Representative, Nail Technician, Career Paths: Air Traffic Controller, Aircraft Career Paths: Architect, Construction Manager, Manufacturing, Airport Management, Aviation Platform Artist, Salon Manager Civil Engineer, Interior Designer, Landscape Architect, Maintenance/Mechanic, Pilot, Military Careers Urban Designer CC College Credits Available IC Industry Credentials Available
Our Career Tech Programs (cont’d) Explore more about these programs at EFCTSJourney.com Criminal Justice Dental Assisting Environmental Science Eastland & Fairfield Career Centers Eastland & Fairfield Career Centers New Albany High School Career Paths: Forensics, Local Police Officer, Career Paths: Certified Lab Technician, Career Paths: Conservation Specialist, Environmental Corrections Officer, State or Federal Officer, Dental Assistant, Dental Hygienist, Dentist, Scientist, Environmental Technician, Marine Biologist, Military, Homeland Security Dental Office Manager Park Ranger Culinary Arts Electrical Exercise Science Eastland Career Center Eastland Career Center Fairfield Career Center Career Paths: Caterer, Culinary Restaurant Manager, Career Paths: Journeyman Electrician, Line Installer & Career Paths: Athletic Trainer, Exercise Physiologist, Executive Chef, Pastry Chef, Personal Chef, Sous Chef Repair, Fire Alarm & Low Voltage Installers, Electrical Massage Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Personal Engineer Technician, Electrical Engineer Trainer, Physical Therapist, Wellness Coach Cyber Security Fairfield Career Center & New Albany High School Employability Prep Graphic Design Career Paths: Consultant, System & Network Off-Site Program Eastland Career Center Administrator, Network Security Specialist, Information Personalized, Transitional Program Career Paths: 3-D Animator, Advertising Designer, Security Analyst Career Paths: Automobile Detailing, Childcare, Computer Graphics Artist, Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Community Services, Convention Services, Web Designer Food Service, Maintenance, Shipping & Receiving CC College Credits Available IC Industry Credentials Available
Jordan Burns (Architecture/Construction Management Class of 2015, Gahanna Lincoln) was a curious student while in the Architecture/ Construction Management Satellite program located at the Clark Hall campus of Gahanna Lincoln High School. This curiosity led to a job at Wesney Construction, making Burns the first graduate of the program to be hired by the company. Burns attended Columbus State Community College and earned a degree in Architecture while working as a designer/project specialist at Wesney. Tonia Dunson-Dillard (Medical Office Class of 2016, Groveport Madison) earned her bachelor’s degree in public health education and psychology from Otterbein University. After high school, she was also able to work in the field because of her experience in the Medical Office program at Eastland. She held positions at Mount Carmel and Ohio Health. Currently, she is attending graduate school at Ohio University. Abigail Quinn (Culinary Arts Class of 2018, Groveport Madison). Abby graduated in 2020 from The Culinary Institute of America in New York Their with her AOS in Baking and Pastry Arts. In 2019, she interned with Disney in Orlando, FL with their pastries area. Throughout the pandemic, she was still in school completing enough credits to earn her senior status this year. She will graduate in 2021 with her bachelor’s degree in food business Stories… management. Sidney Young (Construction Dajsha Williams (Teaching Professions Class of Class of 2016, Bloom-Carroll) 2019, Gahanna Lincoln) enrolled in the Teaching was connected with multiple Professions Satellite program at the Clark Hall career options by completing the campus at Gahanna Lincoln High School to begin STARTED Construction program. Because her path to becoming a teacher. The experience of her start here, Young became a gave her the opportunity to participate in Educators Rising, the career-technical student carpenter journeyperson for Corna organization for future educators. She was Kokosing and also earned an elected as the national president in 2019 and associate’s degree in construction HERE. served in the role during freshman year in college. management from Columbus She attends The Ohio State University and majors State Community College. in Early Childhood Education.
Our Career Tech Programs (cont’d) Explore more about these programs at EFCTSJourney.com Heating, Ventilation, Landscape & Design Management Medical Office Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Eastland Career Center Eastland Career Center Fairfield Career Center Career Paths: Garden Center Specialist, Career Paths: Healthcare Administrator, Office Career Paths: HVAC Equipment Installer, HVAC/R Greenhouse Operations, Lawn Care Technician, Assistant, Office Manager, Patient Billing/Scheduling, Technician, Indoor Air Quality Services Technician, Landscape Designer, Landscape Maintenance, Patient Support, Lab Assistant Preventative Maintenance Technician Golf/Sports Turf Technician Multimedia Interactive Media Marketing & Logistics Management Pickerington High School North Eastland Career Center Groveport Madison High School Career Paths: Graphic Designer, Photographer, UX/UI Career Paths: Animator, Film/Video Editor, Career Paths: Communications Specialist, Designer, Video Editor, Video Producer, Web Designer, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Producer/Director, E-commerce Specialist, Logistics Manager, Web Developer Sound Engineer Marketing Researcher, Product Manager, Public Relations Specialist CC College Credits Available IC Industry Credentials Available
“I enjoyed seeing all of my friends and teachers that I’ve built a relationship with for the past Student life at Eastland-Fairfield is filled with unique two years. Being a student at Eastland was definitely one of the best choices in my life.” experiences, important friendships, challenging and – Olivia Miller, Dental Assisting fulfilling learning opportunities, and so much more. When our students complete their programs and graduate high What school they leave feeling proud, happy and ready for the next chapter of their lives. Here’s just some of what our Class of 2020 had to say about their favorite memories… They’re “The best part from my time was Saying meeting new people, figuring “I will forever be thankful for the out what I want to do with my rest of my life for the opportunities life, and being a part of a lab and memories and just love that that had each other’s backs no was given at EFCTS. When walking matter what.” into the school everyday there was – Natalie Noble, Welding never a dull moment or a time that I didn’t smile. EFCTS is not just any ordinary school; we are a family and I am forever thankful.” – Hayley Dunigan, Dental Assisting “I’m so happy that I came to this school. I learned so much coming to FCC. I made new friends from other school districts that I would’ve probably never “Choosing to go to the career center met if I didn’t come to this school. FCC was out of my comfort zone but I am has a different learning opportunity so glad I decided to do so. I met so and prepared me for the real world.” many people that are now some of – Margaret Tuffour, Pharmacy my best friends and the school really got me prepared for my future!” – Sabrina Cox, Cosmetology “My favorite memory was standing on stage at our State Conference at Capital University for our award “I really enjoyed the automotive lab ceremony looking at my class full class and learning hands-on. of excitement, screaming at the I also made some good friends “Honestly I grew a lot as a person being top of their lungs hyping me up! We “Lab was one of the best places. We while attending the career center.” here, I feel like I had many ups and downs worked hard together, encouraged are all like family. It is a relationship but this is what living in the real world by our hero Mrs. Hilderbrand, for this – Derek Eaton, Automotive I never wanted to end. We could be is like. My favorite memory is honestly moment of celebration with our peers serious when need be but we never and adult mentors from all across the failed to make each other laugh. meeting so many people with so many state. Proud moment!” Learning skills and just cheering each great talents and seeing them enjoy what – Anesha Ward, Teaching Professions other on through each stepping stone they do. Passion in its finest form.” was the best.” – Cameron Woodard, Interactive Media – Sydney Mays, Pre-Nursing
Our Career Tech Programs (cont’d) Explore more about these programs at EFCTSJourney.com Nail Services Pre-Engineering Project SEARCH Fairfield Career Center Eastland Career Center Fairfield Medical Center One-Year, Senior-Only Program Career Paths: CNC Machinist, Fabricator, Industrial One-Year, High School Transition Program Career Paths: Entrepreneur, Instructor, Manager, Engineer, Mechanical Drafter, Mechanical Engineer, Training & Education Leading to Employment Manicurist, Nail Technician, Pedicurist Project Manager for Individuals with Disabilities Students Report Daily to Fairfield Medical Center Performing Arts Pre-Nursing Employability Skills Reynoldsburg High School - Livingston Campus Fairfield Career Center Three Internship Rotations Career Paths: Actor, Choreographer, Dancer, Career Paths: Medical Doctor, Nursing Assistant, Costume/Wardrobe Specialist, Light & Sound Physician Assistant, Radiology Technician, Designer, Make-Up Artist, Director, Producer Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse, Teaching Professions Patient Care Technician Clark Hall at Gahanna Jefferson Local Schools Career Paths: Librarian, School Administrator, School Pharmacy Programming & Software Development Counselor, Speech Pathologist, School Psychologist, Fairfield Career Center Eastland Career Center Teacher’s Aide, Teacher, Professor Career Paths: Pharmacy Technician, Pharmacist, Physician Assistant, Physician, Nurse’s Aide, Nurse Career Paths: Application Developer, Computer Systems Analyst, Database Administrator, Information Welding Systems Manager, Software Engineer Eastland Career Center Career Paths: Business Owner, Laser Technician, Metal Artist, Robotics Welder, Sales, Underwater Welder, CC College Credits Available Industry Credentials Available Welder/Fitter, Welding Technician IC
ACADEMICS The academic courses available through Eastland-Fairfield will help you connect what you are doing in high school with the world of opportunities that await you upon graduation. English English III, IV Accelerated English III, IV College Below are the academic courses PATHWAYS English Composition I & II (CCP) offered to juniors and seniors who The college credits available through Foreign Languages are enrolled in full-time programs at (offered online) the career-technical programs fall Eastland or Fairfield Career Center. French I, II Eastland-Fairfield is dedicated into three categories: Spanish I, II, III to preparing students for a Articulated Credits Mathematics successful transition to college. Articulated Credits are granted to eligible Algebra II, III Partnerships have been created students in a Career-Technical program based Calculus (CCP) on an agreement between EFCTS and a two Geometry with several colleges/universities or four-year college/university. In order for Integrated Math III and the Ohio Department students to obtain the credit, they must attend Pre-Calculus (CCP) the college/university awarding the credit. Statistics (at ECC) of Higher Education to give Transitions Math students a head start on Career-Technical earning college credits while still Credit Transfer (CT)2 Science Students are guaranteed the transfer of Anatomy & Physiology in high school, saving both time applicable credits among Ohio’s public Chemistry and money. colleges and universities through the Ohio College Anatomy and Physiology (at FCC) Department of Higher Education. Students Environmental Science who successfully complete specific technical Food Science (at ECC) programs are eligible to have credit transfer Physics to public colleges and universities. Plant Science (at ECC) College Credit Plus (CCP) Credits Social Studies EFCTS has partnered with Central Ohio (all semester courses) Technical College, Columbus State, and American Government Cincinnati State to award both high school Current Events (at FCC) and college credit to eligible students in a Economics & Financial Literacy career-technical program. The agreement History Through Film provides students the opportunity to earn Psychology technical college credits for skills they will learn. Sociology A transcript will be issued by the college with World Geography the awarded credits that can be transferred to any state college or university and many others across the nation. In order to be awarded college credit on an official transcript, a student must complete at least a one-semester college course through EFCTS.
Be the first to apply during our Open House or Online on Thursday, December 3, 2020. Application Availability Special application requirements Eastland-Fairfield will be accepting applications using for the following programs: our online application system beginning Dec. 3, 2020. • Graphic Design: Open The application will be available exclusively online. An artwork portfolio is required Students are strongly encouraged to apply as early • Criminal Justice: How to as possible, as there are limited spots available per program. A parent/guardian must be present to A Criminal Justice essay is required • Performing Arts: An audition is required APPLY House complete the application. • Teaching Professions: A 300 word essay is required Admission Requirements Students in 11th and 12th grade in our 16 associate Admission Timeframe school districts or who reside within the communities Students are encouraged to apply as soon as you Eastland-Fairfield Career & served by our 16 associate schools (private school, December 3, 2020 choose a program. There is no application fee. home schooled, etc.) are eligible to attend and are Technical School District is an encouraged to apply in 10th grade. The application timeline is below: extension of our 16 associate school Students who are eligible to attend an Eastland- • Round 1 – deadline February 5, 2021 (status letters mailed in mid-late March) 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Fairfield participating school, and who meet admission districts in Fairfield, Franklin, and requirements, will have first priority in all programs. • Round 2 – deadline March 5, 2021 Pickaway Counties. Students at our Students admitted through open enrollment, who meet (status letters mailed mid April) admission requirements, will have second priority. • Round 3 – On-going through the summer as associate school districts, along space permits (status letters mailed in the first The following are admissions requirements with those who reside within these part of May and monthly) for the 2021-2022 school year: communities (private school and *See your counselor for your high school’s specific • Must complete the online application. A parent/ deadline dates or more information. home-educated students), have guardian must complete and submit the online applications; At the end of each application round, students the opportunity to apply to one • Full junior status, or the equivalent, or the age of will be notified by the associate school counselor of our career-technical programs 16 by the first week of October of the anticipated and by mail whether you have been accepted enrollment year; or wait-listed into a career center program. The during our admission season. • Must meet any requirements of the particular Admissions Review Team continues to review program in which the student wishes to enroll: applications and the wait-list in a timely manner throughout the process. • Must have earned four (4) credits required for Watch for your invite graduation, or the equivalent, by the first week of October 2020; Applicants who are not selected for their first in the mail this November! program choice are considered for their second • Applicants with sophomore status are assigned choice. Applicants who are not selected for either the highest priority in the selection process; their first or second choice are placed on a waiting Apply Online at • Competitive GPA from grades 9 and 10; list and considered for acceptance into requested • Competitive attendance record in excess of 90%; programs as space becomes available. EFCTSJourney.com • Limited discipline history.
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