Pastry Arts & Baking Class Information
Length of Course
Morning: 8:00 - 10:00 or 8:00 - 10:45 (depending on the high school)
Afternoon 12:00 - 2:00 or 12:00 - 2:45 (depending on the high school)
Main Areas of Focus
Pastry Arts & Baking Core
Customer Relations & Service
Business Math & Finance
Baking and Pastry
State of Michigan Curriculum Segments
Cost Control & Culinary Math
ServSafe & Sanitation
Baking & Pastry
Marketing & Entrepreneurship
Garde Manger (Pantry)
Sustainability & Nutrition
Career & Professional Development
Unique to Pastry Arts & Baking
Pastry Arts is demanding. The work requires hand-eye coordination and the ability to work quickly and neatly. Uniforms are required and provided.
ProStart Certificate of Achievement
OSHA Certification - Occupational Safety and Health Administration
High School Credit
Credit is earned at the local high schools when the course is completed. Students may be eligible to earn 4th year math-related credit, VPAA credit, and credit for an online learning experience. See your high school counselor for more information.
Pastry Arts & Baking students have the opportunity for leadership, competition, and community service through a local career technical student organization.