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Pope High School HS

Dr. Thomas Flugum, Principal

Kimberly Artigas, AP | Dr. James Bishop, AP | Dr. Denise Danielson, AP | Julie Huffman, AP | Josh Mathews, AP/AD | Nancy Zarbnisky, AP

3001 Hembree Road
Marietta, GA 30062
Phone: 770-578-7900
FAX: 770-578-7902

3001 Hembree Road
Marietta, GA 30062
Phone: 770-578-7900
FAX: 770-578-7902

Academies @ Pope

Culinary Arts Academies @ Pope

Students will explore different fields of the culinary trade in our state-of-the-art facility. By focusing on hands-on training, students prepare for a dynamic, rewarding career in the food service and hospitality industry. Students will be able to apply their skills easily into new careers upon graduation. Courses are intensive, practical and updated regularly to reflect current industry trends. Students receive career-oriented instruction in both classic and modern culinary arts with an emphasis on the skills needed to succeed in the industry and postsecondary education.

A Pope High School Culinary Arts Academy student should have a strong interest in hospitality and tourism related fields. Other important characteristics needed include the ability to work as part of a team, working efficiently, personal cleanliness, self-discipline and initiative. The program of study is centered on the usual academic core subjects – English, social studies, and mathematics. In addition, Culinary Arts students take a minimum of 3 years of Culinary Arts and Nutrition courses.

The following chart gives you the required coursework to be completed in science and Culinary Arts. Below that is a list of other requirements outside of the Culinary Arts required courses and additional suggestions.

Culinary Arts Academy

9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
9th Literature 10th Literature American Lit Senior Lit
Algebra I Geometry Algebra II Senior Math
Biology Chemistry Physics Senior Science
World Geography or elective World History US History Government/Economics
Foreign Language 1 or 2 Foreign Language 2 or 3 Health/Fitness Business Elective??
Intro to Culinary Arts Culinary Arts I Culinary Arts II Culinary Arts Internship

**A Culinary internship is suggested during the senior year.
***Students are encouraged to take AP Statistics as an additional class during 10th or 12th grade.

In addition to the Culinary Arts and Science course required, you will need to take the following courses: 4 units of English, 3 units of Social Studies, 3 units of Foreign Language, and 1 unit of Health/Personal Fitness.

Students who successfully complete the Culinary Arts Pathway and pass the end-of-pathway and ServSafe tests are allowed to exempt the initial Culinary Arts course in Kennesaw State University’s new Bachelor of Science in Culinary Sustainability and Hospitality Management.