• Hospitality & Tourism

    Career Pathways

    Note:  The course schedules included below are only EXAMPLES of possible secondary and postsecondary course offerings.  Students should work with their school counselors to determine their course schedules based on the course offerings at their school along with graduation and career pathway requirements. Postsecondary students should consult with their respective colleges/universities to meet their requirements.  
    Skills taught in this program include commercial food preparation and operation of a restaurant. Students are taught menu planning, purchase of supplies, proper food storage, record keeping, dining room service, cooking and baking, and sanitation. Students gain knowledge and experience in restaurant operations by running The Executive Grille, located within the school and open to the public. Students have the opportunity to acquire ProStart and ServSafe certifications.

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