Dater offers a diverse curriculum to fit the academic needs of our students, whether pursuing post-secondary or career tech options. Dater has a place for you.
Career-Technical Education Pathways
Dater High offers career-tech programs focused on preparing students for opportunities after graduation, including college, vocational training and employment.
- Dater’s Culinary Arts Institute provides professional training to students interested in hospitality and culinary careers. Taught by a professional chef and former restaurateur, students work in a commercial kitchen lab, preparing food, learning about food and kitchen safety, and exploring their creativity. Students enter this program in 10th grade.
- Dater High has a special partnership with DHL Logistics allowing interested seniors to learn about the growing logistics and supply chain fields while earning college credits and employment at DHL.
Hospitality and Tourism
Be a part of the largest and fastest growing industry in the world. Statistics within the industry show that a new hospitality job is created every 2.5 seconds, making it a vital sector of the world’s economy. In the United States alone, there are more than half-million hospitality jobs — a number that’s expected to substantially increase in the years ahead.
The Hospitality and Tourism Employment Pipeline is offered exclusively at Gilbert A. Dater High School to students that are enrolled in the Culinary Arts Career Tech Pathway. This is a one-year program available to juniors and seniors.
Supply Chain Logistics
Supply Chain encompasses both the planning, movement, storage, and processing of inventory.
The Supply Chain Logistics Program is available to Dater High School seniors.
High School Course Guide
Our High School Course Guide details the opportunities and resources available to our high school students. Students and their families are encouraged to use the High School Course Guide to plan their educational pathway. The guide includes course descriptions, information about early college credit and alternative credit programs, and more. Graduation requirements, grade reporting, report cards and other policies and procedures are also included in the guide.