JFCTC Application Process

 

We will be accepting online applications starting Friday, January 19, 2018.  

Button "Apply Now" takes you to the application for JFCTC 2018-2019

Now Accepting Applications for the 2018-2019 School year!

Applications are now open! Click here to apply!

 

 Forrest Center Admissions Process

  

If you would like to become a student at the Forrest Center, please follow the steps listed below.

 

Admission to Two or Three-Year Programs

  1. Students complete an on-line application to the Forrest Career and Technology Center selecting a first, second and third choice, as appropriate.
  2. Counselors and students verify that all program prerequisites have been met.
  3. Students are required to complete an ‘Application Visit’ at the Forrest Career and Technology Center and meet with prospective instructors to ensure their interest and understanding of the program’s requirements.
  • Students are encouraged to complete their Application Visit at the Forrest Center Tech Expo generally held in January. See information about the Tech Expo below. 
  • Students who cannot attend the Forrest Center Tech Expo must complete their application visit on the day designated for their high school in February. See high school counselors for these dates.
  1. Students may request a Vocational Evaluation from the Forrest Center. This evaluation will provide students with career direction.  A vocational evaluation may be especially helpful for students with disabilities or special needs.
  2. In the event of over-enrollment, selection will be based upon attendance, grade point average, and discipline history.  Priority will be given to upperclassmen and students who have not yet completed a Career and Technology program.
  3. Students who are selected will receive notification from their high school counselors

Admissions Process for Electives

  1. Students complete an on-line application to the Forrest Career and Technology Center selecting a first, second and third choice, as appropriate.
  2. Counselors and students check to make sure prerequisite courses have been met.
  3. In the event of over-enrollment, selection will be based upon attendance, grade point average, and discipline history.  Priority will be given to upperclassmen.

Any questions, please contact Diana Kraft at 301-475-0242.