Culinary School of the Rockies
|Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts -- Boulder (formerly Culinary School of the Rockies)|
|Location||Boulder, Colorado, USA|
Culinary School of the Rockies was founded in 1991, and is a culinary school located in Boulder, Colorado, USA. It is a nationally accredited program offering multiple professional diploma programs, classes for food enthusiasts and corporate cooking team building events.
The school was founded by Joan Brett in 1991 as Cooking School of the Rockies. In 1993 the school changed its name to Culinary School of the Rockies (CSR). The school introduced its first professional program, Culinary Arts in 1996. Since then, CSR has expanded the professional programs with Chef Track and Pastry Arts. In 2001, CSR introduced the Corporate Kitchen program, offering private events and team building for companies. In 2011, CSR became an affiliate of Escoffier, which also is located in Texas.
 Programs offered
Excoffier Boulder is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET), and approved and regulated by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Division of Private Occupational Schools.
 Professional programs
 Culinary Arts
Escoffier Boulder offers a full-time, 23-week Culinary Arts comprehensive curriculum that teaches a full menu each day. Menus increase in complexity and focus on classic recipes as well as modern trends.
The school prides itself on its small class sizes and individualized attention. The curriculum also includes a 5-week off-site, Colorado Farm-to-Table Externship, during which you will have the opportunity to experience the passion and commitment local family farmers and artisan producers have for sustainable farming practices.
 Pastry Arts
Pastry Arts is a 15-week, part-time or daytime program featuring the essentials of pastry and baking and advanced pastry topics.
 Home Cook Programs
The Escoffier Home Cook Program offers recreational workshops and 5-week techniques classes for enthusiasatic amateurs. The majority of Home Cook classes are one- or two-day workshops held weekday nights, as well on Saturdays and Sundays.
- Culinary School of the Rockies, "About Us"
- Culinary School of the Rockies, "Accreditation"