Central Culinary Arts & Business Campus

1540 S. Palo Verde, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 (928) 453-7017

Culinary/Business Campus Substitute Teacher:

WAVE Culinary & Hospitality Campus in Lake Havasu City is looking for Substitute Teachers. Must have valid AZ State Substitute Cerificate & Fingerprint Clearance Card. Experience in hospitality industry is helpful but not required. Send application to Amy West, WAVE Superintendent, 700 W. Beale St. Kingman, AZ 86401 or to awest@wavejted.org. Culinary/Business Campus Substitute Teacher Application


Student Chef Dinner Series:

First Dinner Series of the 2017-2018 school year a success!

Comfort foods were featured and students had the opportunity to practice their front-of-house and back-of-house culinary and hospitality skills for friends and family. The next Dinner Series is on January 23 and will feature French Cuisine. See many more pictures from the Central Culinary and Business Campus on our Facebook page!

Upcoming Student Chef Dinners:

  • Feb. 13: Mexican Fiesta
    • Student Executive Chefs: Myranda Hemme & Kaden Lin

See pictures from previous events HERE.

Dinners are from 6-8pm. Tickets are $25 each or $40 for two. Tickets go on sale to the public about a week before each event and can be purchased from one of the students or by calling the Central Campus @ 928-453-7017. Meals are served at WAVE Culinary at 1540 S. Palo Verde, Lake Havasu City.

Previous events at Central Culinary Arts & Business Campus:

Guest Chef Series:
Community members love the WAVE Guest Chef Series!
Students team up and prepare culinary delights. Class topics were International Foods, Sauces/Stocks, Soups, Holiday Treats, and Cupcake Decorating. Classes are usually 3 nights, once per week. Come and join the fun!

Cinco de Mayo Sampling by Taher Chef. Our guest chef was Efrain Cuevas with Taher who gave a brief history on why we celebrate Cinco de Mayo. He demonstrated a Margarita mix with a Mango-Habanero Syrup. The participants worked in two groups to make a Mole which consisted of 25 ingredients! One group toasted seeds, nuts, spices, herbs and chiles, while the second group worked at blending a variety of chiles for the Mole base. The Mole was wonderful, rich and flavorful with a little kick, and was served with grilled chicken and Spanish Rice.

"Kakes by Karen" demonstrated Cupcake Decorating. Each participant decorated two cupcakes after a demonstration of cupcake decorating. The Butter Cream icing was a big hit with the 15 participants!

The Western Arizona Vocational Education public meeting notices are physically posted at 700 W. Beale, Kingman Arizona in the front lobby of the Mohave County Building, main floor. This website will host the information also.