THE CAD ACADEMY v.7 (TCA v.7) IS SHIPPING!! It contains updated software. We are currently updating the content on the Instructor Portal to match this release and also to comply with new standards. Please check out our first completed module on the Architectural side for ARCHICAD 17.
WE HAVE WINNERS!!!!! Every school, instructor and student was a winner for competiting in our contests. We have just completed The CAD Academy "LEED DREAM HOME CONTEST" using ARCHICAD. We had an amazing turnout this year and so many great projects. Congratulation to all who participated. Our FIRST PLACE WINNER is from MARINER HIGH SCHOOL, KRISTIN HAWKINS, Instructor (this is 2nd year in a row for this instructor and school). The 1ST PLACE WINNER is GABRIEL BARRUETA. Our 2ND PLACE WINNER is from HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL, STEVE SPYKSTRA, Instructor. Our 3rd PLACE WINNER is from FOUNTAIN HILLS HIGH SCHOOL, STAN CONNICK AIA, Instructor. Winners won laptops to help with their continuing education.
We have also just completed our first annual, "DESIGN SOMETHING. MAKE A DIFFERENCE", using SOLIDWORKS. This was a very difficult project. Student's had to come up with an invention that would help others and then produce it using SOLIDWORKS. Two students partnered together and are our FIRST PLACE WINNERS. They come from IMPACT DESIGN, Jennifer Garman, Instructor. Our winners are KAYLA DAVID and SHAE ROWLINSON, who created a fully functional, artificial hand, for those who have lost theirs. Our 2nd place winner is from MOUNTAIN VIEW HIGH SCHOOL, JENNIFER BJORNSTAD, instructor. STERLING ORLANDER created a charging device for electric cars. Our 3RD PLACE WINNER is EMMA JUVENAL, is from MOUNTAIN VIEW HIGH SCHOOL, JENNIFER BJORNSTAD, instructor. Emma created a water saving hose adapter. They each won laptops to help with their continuning education.
Millville Students test-in class lessons using pumpkin catapults
Millville Cad Academy Instructor Jamie Burrows and woodshop instructor Robert Shelton combine forces in student project that launches a pumpkin a whopping 98 feet!