High School Architecture Resources
Interested in becoming an architect!? Great! The projects and resources on this page will help you dive deeper into what it is like to be an architect. Don’t forget to check out the interior design and landscape architecture pages to learn more about similar fields. Share your work on social with #HCMDesignClub.
ACE @ Home
ACE @ Home is an opportunity for students to receive information on professional development and industry careers through short, prerecorded webinars and activities that can be completed from home.
ACE Student Activities
A variety of industry-related activities to complete at home!
#AllInThisTogether Autodesk Sessions
FREE training sessions for Autodesk Revit.
Autodesk AEC Webinar Collection
On-demand AEC webinars from Autodesk, categorized by industry.
Procore Student Verification
For students interested/enrolled in Construction Management or Construction Technology programs.
SketchUp for Beginners
An introduction to SketchUp with links to develop more skills.
Digital Design for Teens
Valuable CAD skills to high school students.
AIADC Digital Design for Teens
Introductory education on digital drawing and 3D modeling for architectural, interior design, landscape architecture, civil and mechanical engineering purposes.
Check Out These Books!
Cool Architecture: Filled With Fantastic Facts For Kids Of All Ages by Simon Armstrong
Archidoodle: The Architect’s Activity Book by Steve Bowkett
The Lego Architect by Tom Alphin
Building Big by David MacCaulay
Urban Planning and Cities
The Works: Anatomy Of A City By Kate Ascher
City Works: Exploring Your Community: A Workbook by Andria Steinberg and David Stephen
City: A Story Of Roman Planning And Construction by David Macaulay
The Curious Gardenby Peter Brown by Peter Brown
Underground by David Macaulay
A Street Through Time by Anne Millard
The Busiest Street in Town by Mara Rockliff
The Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Peña
Walking in A City with Jane: The story of Jane Jacobs by Susan Hughes
City: A Story of Roman Planning and Construction by David Macaulay