Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools
Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical School District programs are open to all eleventh and twelfth grade students within our district who demonstrate the ability and interest to attend.
Students remain enrolled in and still graduate from this school and are encouraged to continue participation in our high school extracurricular activities.
With programs on two campuses and five satellite locations, Eastland-Fairfield is closer than you think. Satellite programs are offered at Gahanna, Groveport Madison, New Albany, Pickerington North, and Reynoldsburg High Schools.
CONNECTING ACADEMICS TO REAL-WORLD SUCCESS
Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools allows students to immerse themselves s in a career field or profession, spending a half-day with hands-on learning and gaining real-world experience. Classrooms and labs are equipped with the latest technology . Students learn from teachers who are seasoned professionals in their career field. Combine that with top-notch academics, and you have what employers call added value.
FAST TRACK TO A SATISFYING CAREER
The Eastland-Fairfield learning environment extends far beyond the classroom. Internships, job shadowing, community service, field trips, guest speakers, and cooperative education all provide valuable experience, connections, and practice in using technical and people skills.
JUMP START ON COLLEGE AND SAVING MONEY
Not only do Eastland-Fairfield programs prepare students for further study, but many also allow students to earn college credit or enter college with advanced standing. Students can earn college credits in selected programs, graduating with a college transcript that can be taken nearly anywhere!
PROGRAMS LOCATED AT NEW ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL
Enjoy the outdoors? Like science? Ready to save the environment? Environmental Science students focus on the "real science" behind environmental problems and issues in Eastland's Environmental Science lab and 75-acre Wetland Nature Preserve. Students also have the opportunity to enroll in geological studies or a year-long research project involving a topic of the student's choosing.
Areas of study include:
- ecosystem concepts
- environmental rest oration
- risk assessment
- environmental journalism
- natural resource management