Culinary Arts

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Culinary Arts:
Mr. Carey Ehly: Chef/Instructor

Required Courses for Program Completion: Culinary Arts I-II-III-9 credits total

The expanding hospitality industry continues to provide an increasing job marke t for individuals who have been trained in the culinary field. The Culinary Arts program, certified by the American Culinary Federation, is a three-year course of study designed to provide students with a current and practical view of the culinary workplace. Students are introduced to industry-recognized knowledge and skills needed to become a food service or culinary professional. Students cater special functions, participate in selected community events, and operate the Courtyard Cafe. The Serv-Safe industry certification is required to complete the program. A Capstone Cooperative Education experience is available to all eligible students in their senior year.


ServSafe: a food safety training and certificate program administered by the National Restaurant Association. The program is accredited by the American National Standard Institute and the Conference for Food Protection. A ServSafe certificate is a basic credential required by many restaurants for their management and culinary staffs.

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Program Overview

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PDE Approved Task List

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Carlisle Scope and Sequence

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