Introduction to Culinary Arts
The program is designed for the special needs learner who may indicate an interest in Culinary Arts, but lacks the requisite academic skills. It will specifically prepare students for employment in food service occupations in institutions, hospitals, cafeterias, hotels, and restaurants. Instruction is geared toward having students trained in all areas of basic food preparation. Occupations specially addressed are still those in kitchen operations, but as assistants and line cooks as opposed to chef preparation which is done in more advanced Culinary Arts. This program is 4 years in length. Students who demonstrate proficiency may be eligible to move into advanced Culinary Arts for specialized training.
This program offers the student an introduction to, as well as exposure in, all areas of the building trade industry. The program begins with instruction in the use of basic hand and power tools. Units of study include: Carpentry, electrical wiring, plumbing, painting, landscaping and sheet rocking. Hands-on experience in the fundamentals required to maintain commercial property, custodial training and basic repair are also available. This program is also four years in length.
Automotive Service Tech
The Automotive Service Tech program provides students with the basic knowledge in Automotive Technology. Students will learn techniques in cleaning and detailing vehicles, as well as vehicle maintenance. Upon completion students will do various tasks such as tire repair and replacement, fluid service and inspection along with minor suspension and brake repair. This program is designed to provide the student with the ability to move into the Automotive Technology program.
Academic Resource Classes
4 years LLD Language Arts
4 years LLD Math
4 years Physical Education, Health and Drivers Ed
3 years LLD Science
3 years LLD Social Studies
Program Option (Building/Property Maintenance or Culinary Arts)
$20,000 per student. Transportation will be included.