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Course Information


Introduction to Culinary Careers: Foods and Nutrition (5710)

  • Open to grades 9 to 12
  • Satisfies Applied Academics graduation requirement


This is a preparatory course addressing many aspects of food preparation including safety and sanitation, measurement basics, kitchen tools and uses, nutrition, basic food science, and of course meal planning and preparation. The goal of this course is to introduce the kitchen novice to the wonderful world of food and flavors. This course is open to all interested students.



Culinary Careers (7760)

  • Open to grades 10 to 12
  • Satifies Applied Academics graduation requirement


Culinary Careers is an intermediate course in food preparation. The student will review safety, sanitation, nutrition, and time management. This course delves deeper into meal planning and offers more opportunities for creativity and recipe creation. Culinary Careers will introduce aspects of the restaurant business. The goal is to allow the students to explore their interest in the culinary arts for personal enjoyment or as a possible career option.