For over 30 years…. students at andamp;lt;a href=andamp;quot;http://www.kxnet.com/t/minot-high-schoolandamp;quot; class=andamp;quot;kxInlineLinkandamp;quot;andamp;gt;Minot Highandamp;lt;/aandamp;gt; school have been taking culinary classes…for the last eight they have turned that class into real life experience. This year the Tiki Grill has opened up – courtesy of the food careers class. There are approximately 12 students in the class and each one has a role to play, though the jobs do vary. They create the menu, prepare the food and handle the finances. The Menu contains appetizers, breakfast and lunch items…there is also a chef’s special. The students also learn safety, CPR and are offered other testing as well. And while the reasons for taking the class varies, many are looking to food in their future. (Karissa Rasmussen, Senior Minot High School) andamp;quot;I am going to school for business management, but I am now thinking about opening up my own catering business. It really gives us the hands on opportunity that we need to learn how to do it in real life, not only at home but in a business if we would like to one day.andamp;quot; The Tiki Grill at Magic City Campus is open two days a week between ten and eleven. Food prices range from a dollar-fifty to five dollars.