Because every party ends up in the Kitchen...

Farmers Market Brunch
Winemaker Cooking Class
Kitchen Tools
Us teaching...
Making Doughnuts
The Cuisine of Southern Italy
New Orleans Cooking
Juniors Master Class
Frying Onions Rings
The men hard at work!
Southern Italy Dinner
Ready for Dinner
Making Cheese and Butter
the Feast of the Seven Fishes
The Art of Making Dumplings
Pasta II
Pickling & Canning
The Farmers Market


Sunday 5/9 - Mother's Day Brunch - 11:30AM

Wed 5/12 - Margaritaville Happy Hour - 6PM

Thurs 5/13 - Cooking with Beer! - 6PM

Sun 5/16 - American BBQ & Its Sauces - 6PM

Mon 5/17 - The Art of Baking Bread - 6PM

Tues 5/18 - Spring Canning & Preserving - 6PM

Wed 5/19 - The Art of Making Pizza - 6PM

Thurs 5/20 - The Cuisine of Morocco - 6PM

Fri 5/21 - Date Night 'Classic French' - 6PM

Sat - 5/22 - A Tribute to Julia Child - 6PM

Sun 5/23 - Farmers Market Brunch - 8AM

Wed 5/26 - Italian Happy Hour - 6PM

Thurs 5/27 - The Art of Making Pasta I - 6PM

Sun 5/30 - Greek Brunch - 11:30AM

Wednesday 6/2 - The Art of Making Sushi - 6PM

Stay connected with Schola:


Check out all our classes on our calendar.

Book your private event at Schola or online! 

Keep your drinks at the perfect temperature in one of our new Schola insulated wine tumblers!


Now available for purchase at in-person classes.



Schola is a result of Chefs Amy von Lange and Jerry Pellegrino's passion for not only cooking but for sharing their kitchen with others and teaching their craft in the process. With over twenty-five years of experience between them, the classes they teach at Schola are hands-on, informative, intimate and fun. Check out our current schedule of classes to find something that you might like. Once you've found a class you're interested in taking, you can purchase tickets through Eventbrite. We look forward to seeing you at one of our classes soon!


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Bring a bottle or two of something to enjoy while we cook. We'll have glassware and ice available for you!

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Making Cheese and Butter

One of our circa 1940 Dazey butter churns hard at work!

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