And the Winners are…

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There were 24 schools competing in the following categories:

Innovation (new this year)

Culinary Arts

Management

Innovation: (PLACED 1ST – currently state competition only)

Dylan Astrup, CA&H (Culinary Arts & Hospitality)

Nico Boyadjian, Digital Media

Alec Boyadjian, CA&H

Gabby Dagdag, Digital Media

Xena Tanious, Digital Media

Awarded:

$5,000 to attend Cal Poly Pomona

Free pass to a variety of Theme Parks from Coca Cola

$4,000 to attend The Chef John Folse Culinary Institute at Nicholls State University

Culinary:

Henry Barber, CA&H

Andrew Barone, CA&H

Dakari Harris, CA&H

Paige Letson, CA&H

Mckenna Voisin, CA&H

 

Management: (PLACED 1ST – headed to Rhode Island to represent California at Nationals)

Nicholas Bilt, CA&H

Emily Fedorchek, CA&H

Awarded:

$5,000 to attend Cal Poly Pomona

$3,000 to attend Louisiana Culinary Institute

$6,000 to attend New England Culinary Institute

$4,000 to attend New Mexico State University School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management

$2,000 renewable to attend Culinary Institute of America

$4,000 to attend The Chef John Folse Culinary Institute at Nicholls State University

$3,000 renewable to attend The international Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes

Free pass to a variety of Theme Parks from Coca Cola

All expense paid trip to Rhode Island for 5 days to compete in nationals against 50 + teams

 

In addition, Emily Fedorchek was awarded senior of the year and earned a $2,000 scholarship.  CA&H was award $1,000 to enhance/support their ProStart efforts. Emily also won the Management Scholarship in 2017 and plans to combine the Cal State Poly award to attend.

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