Kootenay-Columbia School district comprises more than 3,700 school-age students across 10 schools. The district is a responsive learning community, committed to ensuring every student’s success. Kootenay-Columbia Schools were looking for a technology that focused on project-based learning to build critical-thinking for all students as young as 5 to implement districtwide. To that end, the district turned to 3D printing to provide new learning opportunities, sparking creativity, imagination and engagement across multiple subjects and education levels. 

 

“The printers met our feature and functionality requirements, such as active levelling to minimize errors and support for two colours, driving us to invest in two Ultimaker 2s and five Ultimaker 3s.” 

Mike Page, Vice-Principal at School District 20.

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