Due to the predicted effects of the impending hurricane / tropical storm, WCPSS schools will be closed Thursday, October 11. In the interests of safety, and due to the County’s closing, we will also be canceling today’s ACE session. The site visit field trip will be rescheduled to next Thursday, October 18th, more information about […]

The first session of the year is this Thursday, September 20th. Please review your closest location, and contact your Lead Mentor if you have any questions. Students, please make sure you’re registered and enrolled for the 2018-2019 Program Year. Click here for instructions and the link to enroll. We’re looking forward to a unique design […]

Reminder that Student Orientation will be held this evening at Leesville Road High School (8410 Pride Way, Raleigh, NC 27613) 6:30pm-7:30pm in the Media Center. We are excited to get started with the 2018-2019 ACE Program and invite you to join us for orientation and ask any questions you may have! Thank you Wake County […]

We hope everyone is enjoying their summer break and looking forward to ACE starting back up in the fall! Here’s a brief update and rundown of what to expect this year: Registration opens on Wednesday, August 1, 2018. Need more information? Program and Registration details will be updated and available shortly here. Interested in pursuing […]

18th Annual First Year Engineering Design Day November 21st, 2017: 9 am – 4 pm Location: McKimmon Center First Year Engineering Design Day (FEDD) is an end-of-semester opportunity for first-year engineering student teams to showcase their design projects and compete for awards. The projects are completed as part of the E 101 – Introduction to Engineering […]

ACE RDU Thanks North Carolina Museum of Art for providing insight to students about how a project comes together from a vision, to the design and finally into construction. This experience gave the students valuable information to use for their respective projects. Special Thanks to: Dan Gottlieb – NCMA Rachel Woods – NCDCR Michael Batts […]

As a ninth grade student at Broughton High School, Emmei Gootnick was introduced to the ACE Mentor Program in Raleigh.  She joined the program with an interest in engineering, but she was introduced to several career paths through a combination of project work and guest speakers sharing insights during her four years of participation with […]