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Is there a Difference Between Advanced Culinary Arts and Culinary Arts at the High School Level?

I'm choosing my high school courses as an 8th grader and I'm wondering if there is any difference in Advanced Culinary Arts and Culinary Arts in high school. I'm currently taking it in middle school, so it is also okay to take it again in high school to satisfy my Business & Industry endorsement CTE pathway, which is a required part (you have to take an endorsement option and pathway with the required electives in it) of the FHSP + Endorsements Distinguished Level of Achievement option which I'm pursuing in high school.

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1. Is there a Difference Between Advanced Culinary Arts and Culinary Arts at the High School Level?

2. Can I take Culinary again in high school even if I took it in middle school?

3. How hard/different is Culinary in high school compared to middle school? (My teacher taught us food cooking methods, knife types, food safety a diseases, the proper temperature to cook certain raw meats to like 165 degrees Fahrenheit being the highest minimum temperature to kill all the bacteria for certain meat types, etc. We don't have to wear professional chef uniforms or anything, but are required to wear closed-toed shoes, non-cuffed pants, take off all jewelry, and not wear anything dangly {like sleeves on a shirt for example} on the days we are cooking. Other things but to many to list here, I just listed what I thought would be the most helpful.)

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