Customer Stories

Create a brighter future by design in your classroom

See how teachers led their students to change the world with Digital STEAM.

We periodically evaluate software and vendor options, and Autodesk software continues to remain the best choice, with the widest breadth of technical capability compared to other engineering software applications.

—Niel Tebbano
Vice President, Project Lead the Way

Hoosiers get a career headstart

Indiana’s Heritage Hills High School gives students a competitive edge in manufacturing with the Autodesk Certified User Exam.

California campers rescue fish

To save endangered fish, students at California’s iD Tech camp create an animated PSA in just one day.

Canadian teens design a mean, green car

Canadian high school students invent a sleek zero-emission electric vehicle with Digital STEAM Workshop.

Images courtesy of Central High School, Cheyenne, WY.

Robots take over Wyoming school

When Wyoming high schoolers take on VEX Virtual ClawBot project, robots rule the school.

futuristic model of a middle school

Connecticut kids launch middle school 2.0

Middle school students in Old Lyme create a smarter, more sustainable school with Revit® Architecture—and win a national award.

Petaluma discovers high school prodigies

Petaluma city high school students are launching careers in class with daring new electives: architecture and 3D design.

High school really is a roller coaster ride

At Pennsylvania’s Quakertown Senior High School, students create a realistic 3D roller-coaster ride using Autodesk® 3ds Max® software.

Maine catapults ahead of the curve

Physics is a sport at Bath Regional Vocational Center and Morse High School, where students create 3D catapults for school games.

Minnesota kids build better choppers

Designing low-emissions motorcycles is just another day at school for Midwest pre-engineering students in Project Lead the Way.