Length: Semester

Entry Level:  9

Prerequisite: None

This is a multi-level course for all students interested in developing sewing skills, beginning to advanced. Learn how to operate a sewing machine, use a pattern, and choose the correct fabric for your project. Other topics include fabric types, industry structure, and career options. Project choice will be based on skill level and interests. Emphasis will be on home decor and clothing projects. 

Length: Semester

Entry Level : 9

Prerequisite: None:

This is a multi-level course for all students interested in developing sewing skills, beginning to advanced. Learn how to operate a sewing machine, use a pattern, and choose the correct fabric for your project. Other topics include elements of design, fashion history, and fashion design. Project choice will be based on skill level and interests. Emphasis will be on home decor and clothing projects. 

Length: Semester

Entry Level: 9 

Prerequisite: FCS 

This course will focus on understanding home and industry kitchen design, recognizing and using cooking tools, basic kitchen safety and sanitation, basic cooking methods, and knife skills. This is a lab based class. 

Length: Semester

Entry Level: 10

Prerequisite: Culinary 1 (C- or better)

This course will focus on nutrition, developing food selection and shopping decisions, and exploring global cuisines. Students will gain extended knowledge of cooking methods and knife skills learned in Culinary 1, as well as explore new methods and skills. This is a lab based class.

Length: Semester

Entry Level: 10

Prerequisite: Culinary 2 (C- or better)

This course will focus on developing more advanced skills in culinary arts including, food styling, pastries, and investigating food careers. Students will gain extended knowledge of cooking methods and knife skills learned in Culinary 2, as well as explore new methods and skills. This is a lab based class.

FCS

Length: Semester

Entry Level: 9

Prerequisite: None

This course is an entry level overview course that will provide a brief history of Family and Consumer Sciences as it relates to the development of well-being for individuals, families, and communities. Topics introduced in this course will include: Hospitality and Tourism, Textiles and Apparel, Housing with Interior Design, Child Development, Mindfulness, Nutrition and Cooking, and an introduction to related career fields.