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Family and Consumer Sciences

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Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) courses provides all students with:

  • Culinary and Baking Courses in commercial-style kitchen
  • Early Childhood Courses with a community preschool program
  • Dual credit in Early Childhood, Baking and Principles of Food Preparation (articulated with Manchester Community College)
  • Courses meet vocational credit for high school graduation
  • Courses prepare students for college and career readiness

A Career Cluster is also available in Early Childhood by completing a series of mandatory and elective courses, job shadowing and portfolio preparation.

A Community Nursery School is run by the students in the Child Development and Childhood Education classes.

4201 Food for Today

4204 Food Choices

4211 Creative Foods

4216 Baking I

4305 Baking II (CCP)

4226 Principles of Food Preparation 1

4306 Principles of Food Preparation 2

4212A/B Child Development

4301A/BChildhood Education (CCP)

4302Education Practicum

4101Independent Living

*0.25 credit
+0.75 credit
~1.50 credits
◊2.00 credits
CCPCollege Career Pathways