Demarest High School Updates
A few updates – some new offerings for students over at Demarest School.
Food for thought
The Culinary Arts Program at Demarest is on a roll, literally. The program at DHS is designed not only to teach students to cook gourmet dishes but to teach them the mechanics of the restaurant business as well.
Chef D’ Esposito, the Culinary Arts instructor of the program, reminds students, “Yes, this looks good and taste great but can we market it? Can we make this into a business?” This course will teach you how.
The DHS Culinary Program is all encompassing. Chef D teaches students the recipes handed down to him from some of the finest chefs in the New York City restaurant scene and across the U.S., sauces and ingredients that are the trick to cooking fine continental cuisine.
In DHS’s state-of-the Art kitchen complex students have a classroom that comes to life with their own hard work and effort. If you are interested in the Culinary Arts Program at Demarest High School, please contact Principal, Mr. Thomas Fitzgibbons or Chef. D’ Esposito at 201-356-3742.
The Demarest High School Administration is pleased to announce that Cosmetology classes have been on-going for the 2008-2009 school years.
Under the direction of Ms. Isabel Diaz, students train to become a licensed cosmetologist including haircutting, coloring, perming, and styling as well as manicuring, pedicuring, and facials. In addition, students learn retail cosmetic sales, salon development and practice those skills in a model salon/lab setting. The classes are available to all students at Demarest High School.
The cosmetology program at DHS is a course of study covering all phases of cosmetology, hair care, and skin care and manicuring. The curriculum is mandated by the New Jersey State Department of Education. The course is designed to prepare the student to pass the New Jersey State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology licensing examination and to help the student to obtain the knowledge and skills needed for an entry level position in the beauty field. Passing the exam is a prerequisite in order to obtain a Cosmetology License. The license is a requirement to operate as a cosmetologist in the state of New Jersey.
The curriculum for students enrolled in a cosmetology course consists of technical instruction and practical operations. Technical instruction means instruction given by demonstration, lecture, classroom participation, or examination. Practical operation means actual performance by the student of a complete service on another person or a mannequin.