MPS students are frying up fish in their cafeteria thanks to program ‘ProStart’

MILWAUKEE -- Restaurant and churches are known for serving fish fries -- and now an area high school is too! Brian Kramp caught up with some MPS students who are frying up fish in their cafeteria thanks to a culinary program called "ProStart."

Vincent High School juniors and seniors are the ones prepping, frying, and serving this fabulous Friday fish fry.

About culinary arts training in MPS (website)

Four MPS high schools launched the new two-year culinary program this year. The ProStart program will help students get a head start in the growing and exciting culinary arts and hospitality fields.

ProStart is a hands-on curriculum created by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation for high school students. It features real-world culinary arts and food service management opportunities that help students learn skills that can last a lifetime. Students also earn a certificate when they complete the program as well as college credits while they’re still in high school.

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