Culinary LENOTRE is a highly rated for-profit college located in Houston, Texas. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 104 undergraduate students. The Culinary LENOTRE acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Culinary Arts and Food Service, Baking and Pastry Arts, and Restaurant and Food Services Management. Graduating 100% of students, Culinary LENOTRE alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $27,600.
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Culinary Institute LENOTRE Reviews
The Culinary Institute LeNotre is a very fun and professional school. All of the Chefs are very knowledgeable and experienced in their field, some even having experience from around the world in hospitality. Most of these Chefs are from France, so the accent is a little hard to understand at times, but they are all really nice and will be willing to repeat themselves and help you if needed. The teachers for academics are also very polite and friendly. The only issue I have had with the school is the financial department. I have had to go back a resign papers several times and a couple of other problems here and there, but overall, the school is a great Culinary Institute!
I just started and its the best! It's rated one of the best schools in the country! They are very welcoming and so, so supportive with anything you may need or have questions on. I was impressed from the get go at their Open House. You would be a fool not to take advantage of all they have to offer including scholarship workshops to assistance in finding a place of employment after graduation.
A great opportunity to learn traditional French methods in baking and pastry, as well as a nice place to get your foot in the door of the real food industry. The staff there are really set on helping as much as they can, and though some of the processing can use some updating, they are working on making some changes for the better!