Prerequisite: earn a passing grade in Culinary 1.
This course will introduce students to the culinary industry by focusing on safety and sanitation in the industry, chef roles in the kitchen, plating elements, cooking methods, sauces, salads, sandwiches, soups, meats and seafoods and will culminate with an Iron Chef competition.
Prerequisite: earn a passing grade in Culinary 1 and Culinary 2.
Students taking this advanced course will focus on the Pastry Chef (baking and pastry principles), United States Regional Cuisine, and Global Cuisine. Students will explore traditional foods along with current regional and global trends.
Students will train to become an assistant in a daycare or childcare setting. The focus of their learning and performance will be how to create a positive learning environment for preschool age children. Students will demonstrate their understanding of child development through creating lesson plans, designing a preschool, and having at least 10 hours of experience with real preschool children.
This course introduces students to basic apparel design, textiles, and construction skills. The students will be exposed to the global apparel industry and entrepreneurial opportunities. Service learning will be an integral part of this course: sewing apparel, accessories, consumer products, and art pieces. Students will also explore contemporary methods in the textile industry, fine art, and merchandising strategies.
This course is created for students who would like to explore textile design at an advanced level. Service learning will be an integral part of this course: sewing apparel, accessories, consumer products, and art pieces. Students will explore contemporary movements in fashion and textile design to create original designs, products, and works of art.