MMSD Career pathways are a series of connected education, experiential learning, and support strategies aimed at helping students personalize and achieve their own educational and career goals.
The Culinary Arts Program of Study offers a sequence of courses specifically designed to prepare students for employment and post-secondary options in restaurants, food and beverage services, travel, tourism, and other related industries.
The earlier a student begins this sequence, the more opportunities they will have to explore fully educational and community options available. Course fees may vary at the high schools.
- Culinary Basics
- International Cuisine
- ProStart Chef 1
- ProStart Chef 2
Industry Certificates For High School Students
- ProStart® National Certificate of Achievement (COA)
- National Restaurant Association Certificate of Achievement
Post Secondary Options
Explore in and out-of-state options in Culinary Arts, Hospitality, Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management
- ProStart (Culinary Arts & Food Service Management)
- Coop Skill Certificates
- Wisconsin Youth Leadership Certificate
- Wisconsin Employability Skills Certificate
MMSD Graduation Requirements
Students need 22 credits to earn their diplomas. In addition, students need to pass the State of Wisconsin Civics Exam.
- English: 4 credits
- Math: 3 credits
- Social Studies: 3 credits
- Science: 3 credits
- Physical Education: 1.5 credits
- Health: .5 credits
- Financial Literacy: Complete a course
- Humanities: 1 credit
- Civics Exam: Must Pass
Xello - MMSD Career Exploration Platform
As an MMSD student, you can explore all the six career paths (2 & 4 Year College, Apprenticeship, Job Training, Job/Employment, Military, and Gap Year) through Xello. Create an account today and find out which path is right for you!
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