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Home Economics

Welcome to Home Economics!

Don’t Leave School Without It!

 “The home economics classroom is about more than making. Young people learn about design, mindfulness, food sustainability and textile production, and the impact of our food, clothing and shelter decisions on the environment.”      – Kerry Renwick (2018)

 The areas of Home Economics study offered at Hamber include:

  • Food Studies & Culinary Arts
  • Family Studies & Psychology
  • Clothing & Textiles
  • District Fashion Studies Program 

Food Studies and Culinary Arts Course Flow Chart:

Clothing, Textiles, and District Fashion Course Flow Chart:

Family Studies and Psychology Course Flow Chart:

In addition to these areas of studies, the Home Economics sub-department promotes advanced skill development through the participation in Skills Canada competitions in Fashion Technology, Culinary Arts and Baking.


                                    Ms. J. Chan               

                                    Ms. N. Ho                   

                                    Ms. A. Lee                   

                                    Ms. M. Woods          


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