Bridge Academy

Psalm 32:8

7th - 9th Baking 

Teacher: Aimee Harrison 


This new class will be all about baking! We will learn some history about baking and interesting facts along the way. Students will learn how to make homemade fondant and easy ways to decorate cakes. Pastries, pastry cream, cake fillings, buttercreams, cookies, and tarts are just a few things we will be learning about. During the Christmas season we will make sweet breads for the local fire department. It is such a good project to do to show thanks for all the work they do for us in our community. We have done this for the last four years in my culinary classes and the students seem to enjoy using class time to make treats for first responders.

**This class is not suitable for students with food allergies!**

There are no books for this class.

Students: 5 minimum-11 maximum

Required Supplies: Apron (Optional)

Copy/Baking Supplies: $70 (check written to Aimee Harrison due at Orientation or at the first class)

Tuition: $370 ($37.00/month for 10 months Aug-May or $42.00/month if prorated or on a 9 month payment plan)

revised 2/15/2021

Aimee Harrison

B.S. in Psychology

Aimee graduated from VCU with a Bachelors in Psychology. She has worked with children who have had mental, physical and emotional disabilities in a couple of different fields. She worked on Ft. Lee at Army Community Services as a domestic victim advocate. After being employed
there for a time, she then worked in the Hopewell Police Department as a victim witness advocate. She is currently a CASA (court appointed special advocate) volunteer. When Aimee had her second child she was able to stay home with both of her girls. Her oldest daughter, who is 20, attends VCU majoring in Creative advertising and her youngest, 16, is attending Bridge Academy. They decided to homeschool after her oldest daughter finished
second grade. She has been married to her husband, Joel, for almost 23 years. She has always loved to bake, starting in her mom's kitchen as a little girl. Her love for baking has challenged her to expand her knowledge for cooking and learning how to eat healthier. She has always said, "When I "grow up, I want to have my own bakery".