Recent Alumnus 2013-08-25T03:56:53Z
Nothing in particular stands out with the Seattle campus,
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-24T21:18:07Z
they have different avaiable schedules i start every morning its very hard with a long commute but its really fun and informant when your there.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-24T21:15:00Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Got financial aid and loans to help me nothings due till the end of schoool so that allows me to save to pay off school
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-15T19:46:06Z
Learning a Lot – The teachers are some of the best from around the world. They've learned around the world. In the baking and patissirie courses in particular you start cooking on the first day. Piping will be only a few days into the course. French is used almost daily just for names of tools used. There is so much knowledge put in your head in one day and then there is homework on top of that in reading.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-15T19:42:25Z
Always Trying to Help – There is a group of students known as ambassadors who help any new and all other students with any questions they may have. The staff themselves go above and beyond to gie you every resource they can to get you into the workfield ASAP after school is over. They even help you find a car pool to come to school with if needed.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-15T19:38:32Z
Too Small – There is a library with only computers and one table. Printing is unlimited but the space for everyone to be in the library at once (with their bags) is cramping. The computers are always being checked on for any glitches and have a good speed.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-09T17:58:37Z
The school is slightly under construction at the moment as the school advisors are being relocated. Meaning the library has been moved and is slightly small and a little difficult to navigate with all the chairs. However the computers are quick and efficient. Everything else for the school is what the school needs which is very basic so that we can focus on our school work.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-09T17:52:05Z
It's Understandable. SInce it is a cooking school all work is very dominantly done in the classroom. Therefore life had to be adjusted around school. This was known ahead of time which was fine with me and my employer since I am still available for our busy days during the week.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-09T17:47:48Z
Excited and Completely at Home – So far everytime I come into school I am welcomed with a big smile and lots of laughs. The chefs have been open and free with their ability to help. The non-kitchen staff have been wonderfully welcoming. My admissions advisor has a good amount of students to remember, yet every time I call I only have to say my first name and she knows it's me.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-09T17:41:50Z
Open and Welcoming – The ages range from fresh from high school to adult. I was trying to locate the library on my first day when I was early and they actually greeted me from in the library. I then realized it was the library and they welcomed me in with smiles.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-21T00:21:11Z
Unique Teachers – Teachers at Le Cordon Bleu are from all over and range in ethnicy.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-21T00:18:19Z
Not So Great – Alot of students have bad crminal pasts and are not nice.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-21T00:12:53Z
Happy With My Choice – I love the school I am attending, and I'm happy with the choice I made.
Recent Alumnus 2012-02-14T20:51:24Z
The Things That Make My School Unique – The things I that make my school more unique than most are the one-on-one teacher student relationship, the class sizes, and the amount of knowledge you accumilate each day. Everyday I walk into class and immediatly I feel at home, and I am not afraid to express myself through the food I make.
Not a day goes buy where I dont learn something new. Even If I have a basic understanding of what I am doing, and feel if I need more of a challenge, the teacher always provides and activity to focuss on. If I had the oppurtunity to return top this school in teh future I would.
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