Slice, dice and sauté as you learn to make spectacular foods from around the world!

Through this fun, hands-on cooking exploration camp students will be introduced to the fundamentals of cooking and baking as they prepare and taste foods from a variety of cultures. Students will learn about kitchen safety, knife skills, basic cooking techniques, breads, desserts and more.

WHO: Teens 14-18 years old with learning differences (including higher functioning individuals with diagnosed learning disabilities, Autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities)

WHEN: June 26 – June 30 9AM – 1:30PM

WHERE: Chesapeake Church, Huntingtown, MD

COST: $375 per student (Includes all camp tools and gear)


Chef Micah is a graduate of Johnson and Wales University in Charlotte, North Carolina. While he is proficient in many areas of Culinary Arts, he currently uses his skills and creativity as the Pastry Chef at Brick Wood Fired Bistro in Prince Frederick.

He has a passion for quality ingredients, as well as exploring new and exciting flavor combinations. His attention to detail allows him to hone in on what truly results in the best product and enjoys sharing his knowledge to serve others.

In his spare time, he volunteers with a young adult with disabilities ministry at Bayside Baptist Church where he cooks and teaches basic skills through interactive lessons filled with fun and flavor. Chef Micah is also a Culinarian Member of the American Culinary Federation.

Once your application has been processed and a member of our staff has contacted you, your next steps are the registration forms and camp payment.