HCS Advanced Manufacturing Program in the National Spotlight Again
The above video was originally published last October, just after the signing ceremony.
This week’s edition of EdTech Magazine is recognizing the educational opportunities that Huntsville City Schools is providing for students through industry and university partnerships. EdTech’s look into the “Resurgence of 3D Printers in Modern Learning Environments” highlights the collaboration of Huntsville City Schools with Auburn University and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center (formerly known as AMRDEC), calling it “one of the most unique partnerships” in education. The article noted how students can “work on real-world projects and participate in problem-solving and research.”
Huntsville City Schools became the first K-12 school district in the nation to join into a partnership with Auburn University’s National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME) alongside the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center to further the education and workforce development in additive manufacturing. A signing ceremony was held last October in the Jemison High Advanced Manufacturing Facility. The partnership will work to further student interest in STEM fields in Huntsville City Schools and provide a high quantity and caliber of talented graduates.