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Honors Culinary Arts

Honors Culinary Arts

Associated Certification Available AACC Articulated Credit Available by review - HRM 119-121 (4 credits)

 

This is an American Culinary Federation (ACF) accredited program.

The Honors Culinary Arts program provides the skills and practical experiences needed for a career in the culinary arts field. Classroom instruction augments the primarily hands-on techniques demonstrated in a commercial kitchen setting. It includes planning menus, purchasing, preparing, and storing a variety of foods, sanitation, safety, business, and management.

 

 This is a two year career completer program. Tenth grade students take Culinary Arts Level 1 for one semester and eleventh grade students take Culinary Arts Level 2 for two semesters. Students are introduced to many preparation techniques including broiling, baking, steaming, grilling, sautéing, and frying for traditional and international cuisines.

 

The Café at Maryland Hall is a collaborative venture between Anne Arundel County Public Schools and Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. The Culinary Arts students of the Center of Applied Technology South prepare the food items and manage the Café. While enjoying a treat or coffee, patrons can also explore exhibits from Maryland Hall and AACPS artists.​

Instructor:

Pam Klink

pklink@aacps.org

Center of Applied Technology South 

211 Central Avenue, East

Edgewater, MD 20137

410-956-5900  Fax 410-956-5905