The Culinary Arts program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in the Hospitality & Tourism career cluster; provides technical skill proficiency, and includes competency-based applied learning that contributes to the academic knowledge, higher-order reasoning, and problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, and occupation-specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the Hospitality & Tourism career cluster. Students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program will receive their State Food Handlers Certification during their Freshman year and prepare to receive their ServSafe certification during Senior year.
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The content includes but is not limited to all aspects of preparation, presentation, and serving of food; leadership, communication skills, employability skills, and safe/efficient work practices are also covered. This coursework prepares students for employment in the foodservice/hospitality industry.
JUST SOME OF WHAT YOU'LL LEARN!
- Career Exploration
- Basic rules of food safety and sanitation
- Food-borne Illnesses (safe food temps, basic cooking and handling methods)
- HACCP Program
- Food Handler’s Certificate
- Knife Skills
- Meat, Poultry and Vegetable preparation
- Basic sauces, sandwiches, bakery and pastries
- International Cuisine
- Food plating and presentation
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Teachers are required to hold at least a 4 year college degree. Before hiring, SCA teachers must submit a complete employment application, pass a thorough background check, and sign a statement of faith affirming a personal faith in Jesus Christ. All SCA teachers are certified by and maintain teaching credentials with ACSI. Teachers must also maintain a professional development plan earning continuing education units by attending educational workshops, seminars, and training sessions each year.
Acceptance to Seacoast Christian Academy is granted to those students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin who demonstrate a sincere desire to have a Biblically-based education and who meet the requirements of entrance. Prospective students, grades six through twelve, will be interviewed by the Administration.
A letter of recommendation is required from a youth pastor and/or principal/ guidance counselor. A student is admitted to Seacoast on the basis of his/her former record, available space, and an entrance examination for proper placement. Please contact the school office to arrange a tour of the school and to receive an admission packet.
Our graduates have enrolled in colleges/universities such as: Berry College, Florida Institute of Technology, Florida State College at Jacksonville, Florida State University, Liberty University, Southeastern University, United States Naval Academy, University of Florida, University of North Florida, University of Oregon, University of Pittsburgh, and the University of South Florida.
Students are required to wear school uniforms. Students purchase uniforms from RC Uniforms Store.
No, we do not provide transportation to and from school.
Yes, Our Extended Day Care Program (EDC Program) is for K-5th grade and operates only on days when school is in session for students. (*Does not operate in summer months) Students may be signed into the program no earlier than 6:30 am. Afternoon program begins promptly at the end of the school day and end no later than 6:00pm. An authorized person must sign their student(s) in during
morning hours and out during afternoon hours, No Exceptions.
Seacoast offers a challenging academic program that is designed to prepare students for their next academic level. SCA currently offers honor classes in high school English and Mathematics, and AP English Literature and AP English Language. Juniors and Seniors who are academically eligible may participate in a dual enrollment program through Florida State College at Jacksonville. Please
contact the Guidance Office for more details.
Seacoast uses a variety of curriculum, such as: Glencoe; Holt, Rinehart, and Winston; Wordly Wise; Bob Jones University Press; and Text Word.
SCA is a full member of the Florida High School Athletic Association and a founding member of the Florida Christian Athletic League Conference. Participation in athletics and/or extracurricular activities/competitions (Interscholastic) necessitates that students meet certain academic requirements. SCA participates in volleyball (girls grades 6-12), football (boys grades 8-12), basketball (boys/ girls grades 6-12), baseball (boys), and softball (girls).
There are courses in art, dance, and chorus for grades 6-12. Art students enter art work in regional and state competitions with ACSI. Students in the Fine Arts Department are involved in various performances during the year. There are two performances; one at Christmas and one in the spring.
We use the Renaissance Star standardized assessment which offers the latest norms from a national empirical study, as well as the PSAT 8/9 and PSAT 10. Previous standardized test results from the Stanford Achievement Test indicate that 75% of SCA students perform better than 75% of all students taking the test.
SCA is a non-denominational Christian school and our students attend a variety of churches in the Jacksonville area. Please read our statement of faith in the Parent/ Student Handbook.
SCA accepts the following scholarships :
Step Up scholarship – FTC Income Based
StepUp scholarship-FES, Family Empowerment (in some cases previously McKay scholarship)
Step Up scholarship – FES-UA Family Empowerment with Unique Abilities
( previously Gardner scholarship)
AAA scholarship – Income Based
All students ( even those with scholarships) must go through the application process and be accepted by the Admissions Team.
Normal school days are 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. The school office is open from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.