Instructor- Scott Saunders                                                                                                           Instructional Facilitator- Michelle Epperson

Culinary Arts 1   

2018-2019


 News & Events
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Our next event will have the 10th Grade students going to the Neshaminy Senior Center for a

"Mothers Day Brunch"

On Monday May 6th


Early May has us in the Testing mode;

Keystone's and NOCTI Testing will begin​​


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The Culinary Arts Program will create an awareness of opportunities within the vast area of the Food Service Industry. All graduates of the program will have a strong foundation in the basics of food preparation, safety and restaurant operating procedures which will enable graduates to secure food service careers adhering to industry standards.



       As a result of the education process in the Culinary Arts 1 program,              
students will:

  • Demonstrate safe work habits with small tools, small equipment and stationary food service equipment

  • Practice personal hygiene and food safety

  • Basic cooking methods in Breakfast Cookery

  • Identify the Standards, Regulations and Laws associated with the food service industry

  • To develop basic knife skills and measuring skills

  • Food Identification

  • Basic cooking methods in the area of stocks and sauces and soups

  • Basic cooking methods in the area of Pasta and Grains

  • Team Building

  • Restaurant Service




The Season for Food For Thought Club is over for the 2018-2019 . The Students prepared and sent out in a 16 weeks  640 Meals to our area Senior Citizens. Bringing our total for the 3 years of the Club's existence to 1760 meals.​

​I applaud the students for taking time out of their  busy schedule's

 "Performing a Random Act of Kindness"




An introduction to our In-Coming 10th Grade Class as

they display their Omelet making Skills

in preparation for an upcoming event