ABOUT MR. SCOTT

Scott Noye, owner and head educator at The Center for Learning.

Scott Noye is a native Bostonian who has been living in the Philadelphia area for over 25 years. He received his BS degree in Culinary Arts and Management from Johnson and Wales University, and has been working in the retail, management and customer service areas of the food industry ever since.

 

Mr. Scott is a ‘foodie” who is an avid fan and follower of the local restaurant scene. He is passionate about teaching and sharing his knowledge and expertise, as well as using healthy, locally grown, and sustainable ingredients whenever possible.

 

A father of three, Mr. Scott lives in Broomall, Delaware County.

Our Counselors

Counselor Abby Cutler holding a sauce pan by the stovetop wearing a mask and Chef Dad apron.

My name is Abby Cutler and I am a Junior at the University of Michigan. I am a nursing major in the School of Nursing. I am very involved in a nonprofit on campus called Dance Marathon, which fundraises for C. S. Mott Children's Hospital and hosts events for the children and their families. I occasionally work at Main Line Health as a Safety Sitting Assistant in their hospitals. I am from Blue Bell and graduated from Wissahickon High School in 2019.

Counselor Kyle Glassman smiling for the camera holding two cakes made by the class.

My name is Kyle Glassman. I’m 25 years old. I graduated with a degree in public policy and restaurant management from the University of Delaware. I grew up in the Marple Newtown area. I love music of all kinds! I’ve been playing the drums since high school, been in 3 different bands, and am currently learning to play guitar. I spend time with family on the beach every weekend surfing, kayaking, and the best part as always, eating ice cream. One of my favorite hobbies is just going on random adventures in new towns or in Philadelphia. I’m always on the lookout for new ingredients and new foods to experience with and bring home to cook for friends and family. Let’s have a great summer!

Counselor Natalie Noye smiling while making frosting for dessert class.

I am Natalie Noye, yes, Mr. Scott's daughter! I am currently studying Psychology, with a concentration in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. I am currently the Co-President of the Best Buddies chapter at Muhlenberg College, and am the Co-Chair of the Student Advisory Board of Pennsylvania for Best Buddies. I enjoy reading, working with Best Buddies, and watching Disney movies. I love to cook and bake, especially all things chocolate!

Counselor Rachel Fuchs frosting a cake, wearing a mask and Chef Dad apron.

Hi, I’m Rachel Fuchs!  I’m a Harriton High School alumna and currently a Junior at Muhlenberg College. I‘m a double major in business and studio art and I’m the camp photographer as well! I enjoy crafting in my free time including knitting, embroidery, and up cycling my thrifted clothing finds.