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Admissions

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Our online application process is easy and convenient, and should take less than 10 minutes. 

Apply Now For Fall 2023 Admission

Application Steps

  1. You'll need a OneView account. To be completed by parent/guardian.
    If you have previously had a student attend CTC, you'll login to your existing OneView account. To create your account, visit our OneView portal and click "Create a New Account" on the left side of the page. 
     
  2. Complete the online application form in the OneView Portal. To be completed by parent/guardian. 
    In this step you'll need your student's top three CTC program choices. You are able to save the application and return to it later, if needed.
     
  3. Submit grades and additional information. To be completed by the home school counselor.
    CTC will work with the home school counselor to submit this information.

I've applied. Now what?

In February, the Springfield-Clark Career Tech Center will notify all applicants of their admission status. You'll receive a letter via mail with your admission status. Home school counselors will also be notified of admission status in early February.

Acceptance Criteria

Our application criteria considers core credits earned. There is minimal time available to make up credits while enrolled at CTC, and we want to make sure CTC students are on track to graduate and succeed.

If you are not on track to graduate, there are options! We can assist you with working with your home school counselor to meet the criteria for future consideration. If you have any questions about admissions, please contact Mr. Michael Rice, our admissions expert. 

Non-Discrimination Policy

The Springfield-Clark CTC (SCCTC) dedicates itself to providing equal educational opportunities for all. The SCCTC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation or gender identity), disability, age (except as authorized by law), religion, military status, ancestry, or genetic information in its admissions process or provision of educational programs or activities. Lack of English language proficiency will not be a barrier to admission and participation in career-technical education programs or courses.