Program Description
The Culinary Arts program partners with the American Culinary Federation (ACF) to prepare students for successful careers in the food and beverage industry. Students may earn industry certification and credit toward becoming a Certified Culinarian (CC) or a Certified Pastry Culinarian (CPC). Culinary Arts students will develop a variety of skills relating to food service, including services by restaurants, catering and institutional food providers and other recreational and entertainment venues.

Classroom and on-the-job experiences include laboratory, theory, community and shop work as they relate to planning, selecting, purchasing, preserving, preparing and serving food. An emphasis on culinary nutrition will enable students to create successful menus as culinary professionals. Commercial kitchen management, food safety and sanitation, food preparation and presentation will be emphasized.

Possible Certifications and College Credits
Articulation agreement with Stratford University
Articulation agreement with Johnson & Wales

Course Sequence
Culiinary Arts 1

Culinary Arts 2
Culinary Arts 3

Sample High School Schedule

 9th Grade  10th Grade  11th Grade  12th Grade
 1 Elective Elective Culinary Arts 2
Culinary Arts 3
 2 Health/Fitness For Life Requirement Culinary Arts 1 Culinary Arts 2 Culinary Arts 3
 3 Fine Arts Requirement  Financial Literacy
 Elective Culinary Arts 3
 4 Science Requirement Science Requirement  Science Requirement Science Requirement
 5 History Requirement History Requirement  History Requirement Elective
 6 English Requirement English Requirement  English Requirement English Requirement
 7 Math Requirement Math Requirement  Math Requirement Math Requirement 
8 Technology Education Requirement Elective Elective Elective


High Schools that Offer the Program
North Point High School