I think a Culinary Arts major would be a Culinary degree (if I'm thinking correctly). But I plan on going to a Performing Arts school for college and major in acting and minor in music (singing). And after I graduate from Performing Arts school, I want to go to a two year Culinary school so that I can be a dessert chef (I used to want to be a pastry chef and then i wanted to be a baker but being a dessert chef would allow me to do all of that). So taking two maths and sciences in one year and then going to the off-campus place (it's owned by the school district and another high school (my school's rivial) also uses it and we all work together to achieve a common goal) would help me a lot in the Culinary Arts program stuff. And I suck at cooking (yet good at baking...) so the off-campus place (let's call it by it's correct name now, the Satellite Center) would help me with that since the facilitator (that's what the teachers there are called. The students are called team members) was a real chef in a restaurant as a pastry chef.
There's a video on their website (http://stcharlessatellitecenter.org/) that was made by the A/V dept. and has everyone who goes there in it. But I can't embed the video because i think that it's in HTML... So just go on there website and scroll down to the bottom to a part the says Satellite Center Media and the video is right there. It's amazing in my opinion.