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Culinary Arts and Hospitality Career Pathway

 
 
 
Are you a future Food Network Star? If you are interested in this career path, check out the classes, photos, and videos below demonstrating career and work based learning offered through the Career & College Readiness Department.
 
For more information on signing up for the classes, please see your Career & College Readiness Specialist at your school listed here. You may also enroll in the classes with your Counselor or Career Coach. 
 
 
 
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Career Pathway
Hart High School
Instructor Mrs. Schlesinger with collaboration with Mr. Howard, Video Arts Career Pathway students
Holiday baking tips for the perfect pie crust. 
  
 
 
 
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Career Pathway
Bowman High School
Instructor Mrs. Valenzuela  
This is the first year Bowman High School has a culinary class.
 
 
 

Culinary Arts and Hospitality Career Pathway
Arroyo Seco Junior High School
Instructor Mrs. Coo
 
 
 
 
 
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Career Pathway
Valencia High School
Instructor Mrs. Wignal
Students are making macaroons and 20 pumpkin pies for a local senior center.
 
 
 
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Career Pathway
Placerita Junior High School
Instructor Mrs. Cowell
Students are using a QR reader on the Chromebook to access information for a Nutrient Activity.
 
 
 
 
 
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Career Pathway
Hart High School
Instructor Mrs. Schlesinger
 
 
 
 
 
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Career Pathway
West Ranch High School
Instructor Chef McClintock
Students in the photographs are engaged in a pizza competition and pitch. The competition is judged by Principal Mark Crawford and Assistant Principal Bryan Wilson.
 
 
 
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Career Pathway
Golden Valley High School
Instructor Mrs. Bobek
Mrs. Bobek and her advanced culinary students are offering Sweet Potato Pie as the featured Grizzly Bistro treat. Twice a month, Grizzly Bistro offers Golden Valley High School staff the opportunity to enjoy student made goodies including fabulous desserts, homemade soups, healthy salads and special mocktails. All items are 100% student made from scratch and help this award winning program raise funds for their program. Mrs. Bobek challenged her advanced culinary students to take a gorgeous photo of their sweet potato pies, and Kelsea Shea provided the winning shot. Please see her website: http://wshgvculinary.weebly.com/