Teen cooking classes are available from organizations, such as Sur la Table. These classes help teach cooking skills as well as particular recipes.
Sur la Table cooking classes for teens and children are available in many states. Summer cooking courses include sweet treats and around the world. The teen's around the world series focuses on a different country on the first 4 days, cooking foods from Mexico, France, Japan and Italy. The last day is a series of desserts from around the world.
Cooking classes for teens aged 13 and older are available from Home Cooking New York, based in SoHo. The school requires parents to register with their child if he is under 16. Home Cooking New York also runs weeklong cooking camps for teenagers featuring daily classes during summer. Teenagers learn knife safety, ingredient exploration, cooking techniques and enjoy food tastings and meals.
Mommy Poppins has a list of cooking classes for teenagers in New York. This covers venues such as the Institute of Culinary Education, which runs professional and recreational courses on topics such as teenage entertaining 101, homemade pasta and teen cooking techniques. Another option is the Jewish Cultural Center, which runs classes such as Teens Cook the World and Me Do Brunch.