Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy hosts Build and Design Competition
By WVUA 23 Digital Reporter Kyrsten Eller
On Thursday, the Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy held its Build and Design competition and five teams from across the state attended.
The teams had two days to build an 8×10 storage building by having to read plans and assemble the buildings by themselves.
Directors from the competition say there is no better tool to reach with than hands-on experience and students agree that you should start at an early age.
“I suggest you start in ninth grade,” said Lamarcus Johnson, student from Paul W. Bryant High School. “I started in ninth grade and you just stick with one class throughout your whole high school year.”
For more information on the competition, you can visit online here.