Class of 2020

Hospitality: Culinary Arts Pathway

  • The Hospitality: Culinary Arts Pathway is a great fit for students who want to learn how to cook, understand management, or want to own their own restaurant. This pathway will help develop the skills needed to prepare a restaurant menu, provide excellent customer service and be a chef. This pathway can lead you into:

     

    • Learn professional cooking and baking techniques 
    • Practice purchasing and managing inventory
    • Master basic kitchen and hotel management 

Career Opportunities in the Puyallup Tribe

  • The Hospitality Culinary Pathway can lead you to:

     

    • Chief Leschi Schools Food & Nutritional Services
    • Emerald Queen Casino & Hotel
      • Tatoosh Grill
      • Paradise Deli
      • International Restaurant
      • Asian Garden
      • Palace Deli
      • Catering Services
      • Summit Sportsbar
      • Coffee Bars
      • Additional eateries coming soon

Post-High Education Opportunities

    • Certified Culinarians
    • Associates of Applied Science Culinary Arts
    • Restaurant Production Certificate
    • Bachelors in Hospitality Management
    • Associates in Baking and Pastry
    • Associate in Culinary Arts Sous Chef

     

    Most programs in Culinary Arts are 9 months to two years to obtain certifications and/or an associates degree.

Courses Offered at Chief Leschi Schools

Cluster Course Name 9th 10th 11th 12th
Culinary Arts Nutrition Fitness & Wellness x x x x
Culinary 1: Indigenous Culinary x x x
Culinary 2/3 x x
Culinary Internship x

Hospitality: Culinary Arts Pathway Advisory Board

Name Position
Joshua Turnipseed Head Chef, BJ’s
Annette Bryan Puyallup Tribal Council
Chris Jorgensen Secondary Co-Principal
Lisa Knight Culinary CTE teacher
Carl Lorton Indigenous Culinary CTE teacher

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