High School Students

High School Students

What will you do after high school?

What Will You Do After High School?

Take the fastest route to a hot career — be part of an exploding industry. You could start your own business, cook at restaurants or hotels, be a food writer, manage a restaurant, do research & development, and so much more.

Check out our complimentary Online Culinary Portal:

  • Take interactive, online culinary courses
  • Download delicious recipes
  • Earn badges as you complete courses
  • Learn about scholarship opportunities
  • Download culinary mobile apps

Invite your foodie friends to use the portal and compete against each other to see who can earn more badges!

cooper-video-thumb

Watch this video to hear Cooper W.'s testimonial

highschool-video-thumb

Watch this video of over 300 high school students attend our Farm-To-Table Open House

2017 Open House Schedule

2017 Open House Schedule

2017 Open House Schedule

Austin Campus

  • January 14, 2017
  • February 4, 2017
  • March 4, 2017
  • May 13, 2017
  • August 5, 2017
  • September 16, 2017
  • October 14, 2017
  • November 11, 2017
  • December 9, 2017

Boulder

Boulder Campus

  • January 14, 2017
  • February 4, 2017
  • March 4, 2017
  • April 22, 2017
  • June 17, 2017
  • August 5, 2017
  • September 16, 2017
  • October 14, 2017
  • November 18, 2017
  • December 9, 2017

Boulder

Reserve your spot today! Contact:

 
David Norris, Austin campus:
1-866-552-2433
512-451-5743

 

Laura Copenhaver, Boulder campus:
1-877-249-0305
303-494-7988

What will you do after high school?

Mystery Basket Competitions 2017

Boulder Campus
February 13, 2017

To sign up your high school’s team, please contact Laura Copenhaver at lcopenhaver@escoffier.edu or (720) 204-7658

Austin Campus
April 7, 2017

To sign up your high school’s team, please contact David Norris at dnorris@escoffier.edu or (512) 621-4850

Testimonial

Escoffier School’s 3rd Annual Mystery Basket Event

WATCH NOW: Escoffier School’s 3rd Annual Mystery Basket Event

Education Presentation For Your Classroom Video

Book Your In-Class Demo Today

Career Advice From Michelin Starred Chef: Curtis Duffy

WATCH NOW: Career Advice From Michelin Starred Chef: Curtis Duffy

Book Your In-Class Demo Today

Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts is now offering something no other culinary school is: a video detailing the recipe to success as told by Curtis Duffy, chef and owner of the three star Michelin restaurant Grace and James Beard Award winner. No matter your students' career paths, Duffy has advice on how to not only be good but great at what you do in your profession.  

The presentation also includes:

  • A brief history of Auguste Escoffier
  • Breakdown of campus events
  • Q&A
  • Your choice from a number of topics including: interactive chef demonstration, nutrition, plating & food styling, farm-to-table, budgeting and living on your own, entrepreneurship and career readiness.

Each presentation lasts for approximately 45 minutes. If you’re interested in booking one, please contact the following presenters:

Boulder Campus

Kate Sweasy
ksweasy@escoffier.edu
(608) 780-3442

Austin Campus

Camorrow Jones
cljones@escoffier.edu
(512) 381-7261

"Our class came in and we just meshed right away and nothing could get in among us."

"There was trust in the kitchen. We talked and studied together. It was a good time because I knew that we are great friends in the kitchen and out of the kitchen. Anyone can be his or her own cheerleader, but it was extremely helpful to have someone by your side to push you to apply to a few more [places for externship] or give you that encouragement to keep going if you don’t hear back."

— Cory Lewis, Culinary Arts student, completed an externship at the Ritz-Carlton in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Read More

Cory Lewis

"Our class came in and we just meshed right away and nothing could get in among us. There was trust in the kitchen. We talked and studied together. It was a good time because I knew that we are great friends in the kitchen and out of the kitchen. Anyone can be his or her own cheerleader, but it was extremely helpful to have someone by your side to push you to apply to a few more [places for externship] or give you that encouragement to keep going if you don’t hear back."

— Cory Lewis, Culinary Arts student, completed an externship at the Ritz-Carlton in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands