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  • Grade 9 Required Courses

    Grade 10 Required Courses

    Culinary 1

    English 9



    World History

    World Language

    Health and Physical Education 9


    Culinary 2  (ServSafe certification included)

    English 10



    United States History 1

    World Language

    Health, Driver’s Education, Physical Education 10


    Grade 11 Required Courses

    Grade 12 Required Courses

    Culinary 3 (ServSafe Food Manager certification included)

    English 11



    United States History 2

    Health and Physical Education 11


    English 12

    Health and Physical Education 12


    Strongly Recommended Electives: 

    Independent Study: Culinary Portfolio and Kitchen Management

    Introduction to Business and Careers Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry

    Additional Requirements for Graduation

    Online Financial Literacy (summer) or Financial Literacy (during school year)

    Visual and Performing Arts Elective

  • Opportunities and Incentives of career academy students:

    • Exposure to real-world experiences through authentic learning, conferences, competitions and community-service activities
    • Involvement and social networking through nationally recognized career student organizations
    • Participate in internships, externships, and work-related prospects
    • Develop a high school transcript demonstrating academic preparedness for college-level program of study
    • Earn college credits on an official college transcript while concurrently enrolled in high school courses of study
    • Earn professionally recognized credentials
    • Eligible for local, regional, and national scholarships
    • Receive academy distinction on official high school transcript and during graduation ceremony


  • Academy Requirements: 

    • Satisfy academy expectations and high school graduation requirements- N.J.A.C.6A:8-5.1*
    • Complete 4-year career academy course progression with 85% or better average
    • Participate in taking a national exit exam designated for academy career pathway (NOCTI)
    • Participation in work-study experiences for video production and broadcasts
    • Completion of capstone project, internship, or externship during junior/senior year
    • Follow policies in Student Handbook (including, but not limited to 90% attendance rate and Code of Conduct)
    • Demonstrate academic integrity in all assignments and activities
    • Satisfy subsequent course of study requirements, including required projects
    • Participation in academy activities and field trips
    • Participation in designated career-technical student organization (CTSO)
    • Maintain a four-year portfolio including experiences, networking, certificates, awards


  • Meike Kirk, Supervisor    

    Family & Consumer Sciences (9-12)

    World Languages & ESL (K-12)    

    856-589-8500 x7020