Classic Cooking Academy is a Professional Cooking School showcasing Arizona Culinary Talents.
The Classic and Native American Culinary Program classes are held Monday thru Thursday, from 8:00am to 3:30pm daily, for twenty four consecutive weeks (6 months).
Classes begin with a one hour lecture with our lead instructor Chef Pascal Dionot, who describes and demonstrates the day’s menu, typically a three course lunch
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Afterwards students spend three hours in the kitchen preparing the day’s menu, during which they repeat the morning’s demonstration and are evaluated on organization, presentation, and taste. Afternoon classes begin after lunch. Native American Cuisine Studies classes are held Thursday afternoons from 2:30pm – 3:30pm.
Our teacher to student ratio is 3 instructors to every 30 students. Our max class size is 20 students.
Upon completion of the program students receive a Classic Cooking Academy Diploma in Culinary Arts.
Program hours are divided as follows:Total 672 classroom hoursTotal 240 hours of classroom instruction including food lectures and demonstrationsTotal 432 hours of hands-on food preparation on the following topics:
Classic Cooking Academy Program Disclosures
Estimated Program Costs The following information is intended as a guideline based off of the total program cost. Totals will vary based on the unique needs of each student and may be lowered due to scholarships.
*For privacy reasons, if the number of students who completed a Program during the award year was less than ten, the school should not disclose this information to the public.
10411 E. McDowell Mountain Ranch Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85255Tel: (480) 502-0177 Fax: (480) 502-0178 email@example.com
We are dedicated to providing the best professional culinary education to individuals pursuing culinary careers. Opened in 2007 Classic Cooking Academy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit licensed culinary school located in Scottsdale Arizona. The Academy is designed with three very important factors in mind: Classic French technique, Native American ingredients, and you!