Bradley Central's Culinary Arts Class took 10 students to Nashville to compete in the Tennessee ProStart Restaurant Management and Culinary competition. Winning the Restaurant management and advancing 5 of those students to Baltimore to compete against all 50 states in April. The restaurant management team won 100000.00 in offered scholarships from the nations top Culinary Schools with an opportunity for another 266000 at the national competition. This is hosted by The National Restaurant Association. for more Info go to www.goprostart.com.
The Bradley Central Culinary Arts Class competed in Nashville in Late March at the Tennessee Skills USA Culinary and Baking and Pastry Arts competition at the art institute of Nashville. Our Culinary competitor, Brian Majia, received the Silver Medal and earned a estimated 10000.00 to further his education at a Host of Top Culinary Schools. For more info see www.skillsusa.org
The Bradley Central Culinary Arts Class was recently notified that it received National Recognition as one of the top 100 Secondary Culinary Training programs in the Country. This designation is given by Sullivan University in Louisville Ky, a top tier Culinary and Pastry training school. This is the 4th consecutive year receiving this honor. By receiving this award and teaching the ProStart curriculum Bradley Students can now earn several college credits while attending the High School an estimated savings of 4500.00 a year for our students. for more info see http://sullivan.edu/lp/hot100/
There are three levels of Culinary Arts. Each level requires a different degree of skill and ambition. In Culinary Arts I, students are prepared to gain employment in the world of food service. Students will learn the basics of food preparations skills, teamwork, and service operations.
Level II of Culinary Arts provides students the opportunity to acquire marketable skills by demonstrating the principles of safety and sanitation. This level also offers school-based learning and work-based learning opportunities.
The final level of Culinary Arts provides students with the marketable culinary arts skills they have acquired by assuming increasingly responsible positions including participation in a cooperative education experience.
Congratulations to BCHS Culinary for being in 'Culinary Schools The Hot 100'