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2014 8th Grade Italy Trip « St


2014 8th Grade Italy Trip

On March 5th, St. Francis 8th grade students embarked on a week-long annual Italy trip. Students and parents fundraise for this trip throughout the year with a Chili Cook-Off, Garage Sale, and weekly pizza sales. The trip includes tours of Venice, Florence, Rome, Ravenna, and Assisi. The students enjoy learning about the Italian culture, visiting the Vatican, and learning more about St. Francis. While St.Italy and St. Louis 2014 033 Francis School is not affiliated with the Catholic Church, the school is named after St. Francis for his love and compassion for the less fortunate, as well as his kindness toward animals.

A few words from St.Italy and St. Louis 2014 197 Francis students and teachers on the trip: 8th grader, Anika Verma said the trip was “wonderful and busy”; 8th grader, Jonas Tatu commented that he loved “playing ball with the Roman and American kids in a Roman square”; 8th grader, Austen McLean loved “building new relationships and coming friends with cool people”; 8th grader, Pema Bear stated that she “loved Venice and soaking up the culture”; 8th grader, David Winslett “enjoyed the town of Assisi”; Teacher, Jim Parker loved “watching 8th graders experience Italy”; Teacher, Jessica Hayworth similarly commented that it was “very cook to see the 8th graders in awe of the experience.”

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Culinary schools in Italy?

I would be interested in going to college in Italy. However, I'm looking for a serious culinary school that offers Baking & Pastry. It couldn't be anything geared toward tourists. Is there anything similar to say Culinary Institute of America (CIA) or Johnson & Wales (JWU) in Italy where I can earn a degree or the Italian equivalent? Thank you! I need the help.

In Italy you have to attend a five-year vocational school named "Istituto Professionale Alberghiero" in order to become a professional chef, sous-chef or maitre'd. There are 361 of them in the whole country, for some of which there is a long "waiting list" for would-be pupils.

Other than that, there are lots of culinary schools but they are all private and costly, and their qualifications are not recognized internationally.

Culinary school in Italy?

Has anbody heard of Italian institute of advanced culinary and pastry arts? I am planning to join their 3 month all inclusive course in January 2012. Could anybody tell me if it's any good and if it has any job prospects after that?

From what I see it's a trap for gullible foreign wannabe chefs. The website doesn't give you any explanation about the owners and the teachers, and it's definitedly NOT a school accredited by the Italian government.

Save your hard-earned cash for something more serious. In Italy real schools for chefs and catering professionals are called IPSSAR (Istituto Professionale di Stato per i Servizi Alberghieri e della Ristorazione) and definitely won't cost you an arm and a leg for tuition, though some of them have a lengthy waiting list...

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