Twenty-four Culinary Arts program students will become “BC Top Chefs,” during a chef coat ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, at Brooklyn Center High School, 6500 Humboldt Ave. N. in Brooklyn Center.
The students will have the opportunity to envision themselves as real chefs through their completion of coursework, including food demonstrations and the dedication to a new program at Brooklyn Center High School.
This is the first ceremony for the program, which started last year at the high school.
“We want our students to be recognized for their hard work, while envisioning culinary arts as a career field. This ceremony could be the start of something bigger and better for our students and the district, said Family and Consumer Science Teacher Nancy Bohn.
Students will create appetizers for tasting during the ceremony, which is open to their family and friends as well as community members and school district staff.
Info: brooklyncenterschools.org or 763-561-2120.