1411 Gulf Road, Tarpon Springs
Designated as a Center of Excellence
To attend this program, parents must submit an online application during the Application Period. The Application Period usually takes place in January.
Pinellas County students are fortunate to have a state-of-the-art culinary facility. This 11,600 square-foot facility includes two complete teaching kitchens with 48 student cooking stations, a 50-seat teaching kitchen/auditorium, and a 100-seat dining room/restaurant that provides students with one of the most sophisticated high school culinary arts academies in the United States.
By focusing on hands-on training, students prepare for a dynamic, rewarding career in the food service and hospitality industry. Students not only prepare food, they learn about nutrition, marketing, the lodging industry, hospitality industry, restaurant designing, catering, and management skills.
Upon graduation, students are prepared to pursue advanced culinary training or start careers in the growing field of food preparation and restaurant management.
Watch this PCS "In The Works" video about the Culinary Arts Academy.