Introduction to Culinary Arts Grades 9-12
- be exposed to the principles and practice of food science, nutrition, and wellness
- focus on safety and sanitation, advanced techniques in culinary arts, nutritional menu planning, management skills and the exploration of the hospitality and culinary industry.
- prepare for the Year 1 National Restaurant Association Certification exam.
Culinary Arts Level 2 Grades 10-12
Advanced Culinary Arts Grades 11-12
- Concentrate on safety and sanitation while developing quantitative cooking methods.
- implement business strategies necessary to run a catering company.
- be prepared to take the Year 1 National Restaurant Association Certification exam.
- begin preparation for the Year 2 National Restaurant Association Certification exam.
Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management Grades 11-12
- emphasize restaurant and hospitality management skills.
- be prepared to take the Year 2 National Restaurant Association Certification exam.
Fashion/Apparel Construction Merchandising
Fashion/Apparel Construction and Textiles1 Grades 9-12
- develop technical skills related to industry equipment.
- develop construction techniques used to complete apparel projects.
- be introduced to elements of design, textiles, and color.
Fashion/Apparel Construction and Textiles 2 Grades 10-12
- apply construction techniques using industry tools and equipment.
- develop skills in pattern analysis and interpretation.
- explore fashion merchandizing including fiber trends and design creativity.
Fashion/Apparel Construction and Textiles Grades 11-12
Prerequisite: Fashion/Apparel Construction & Textiles 2
Through hands-on integration and technology, students will:
- apply advanced apparel construction skills.
- problem-solve and develop project management skills.
Child Development Grades 9-12
- focus on child growth and care from conception through childhood.
- acquire techniques and skills necessary to promote physical health, social, emotional and intellectual development.
Childhood Education Grades 10-12
- study developmental characteristics, learning styles, and health and safety considerations.
- develop teaching skills in an on-site preschool.
- prepare for careers working with children(i.e. teachers, social workers, counselors, pediatricians, nurses, psychologists, etc.).
Advanced Childhood Education Grades 11-12
Prerequisite: Childhood Education
- observe, supervise, and teach children in an on-site preschool.
Note: This course may be repeated for a second time for a credit enabling a student to develop skills in organization, implementation, and maintenance of early childhood/daycare programs. Prerequisite: Students must earn an A or B in Advanced Childhood Education.
Ms. Kara Atchason
Ms. Lindsey Crane
Ms. Carolyn Gilbert
Ms. Mary Moschini
x8252 (Preschool lab)
Ms. Elizabeth Schimmel
Ms. Kathryn Sopko
Assistant Principal of Humanities
Ms. Keleigh Foreman