Get to Know Future City.
To answer it, middle school students imagine, research, design, and build cities of the future that showcase their solution to a citywide sustainability issue.
Future City starts with a questions – how can we make the world a better place?
Find a competition near you.
This year’s theme
Congratulations to our 2024 National Winners!
Dutchman Ducks/He Hika – engineered by students from Farnsworth Middle School, Guilderland, NY
Mariana – engineered by students from Lionville Middle School, Exton, PA
A2-Sydney – engineered by students from Warwick Middle School, Lititz, PA
Fursa – engineered by Al-hadi School of Accelerative Learning, Houston, TX
Tierra Fuerza – engineered by students from Fort Couch Middle School, Upper St Clair, PA
Ampere – engineered by students from Westlake High School, Austin, TX
VIRIDIS – engineered by students from Sharing Adventures in Learning (SAIL), Allen, TX
Morriston – engineered by students from Grosse Pointe High School, Grosse Pointe, MI
Dealan – engineered by students from Herculaneum High School, Herculaneum, MO
Cost to Students.
Participation from Girls.
Title I Schools.
Suitable for all program environments.
Entire program can be done for less than $100.
Applies math and science concepts to real-world.
Access to STEM tools, activities and rubrics.
Proiect-based and hands-on.
Students explore career options.
This program allows students to do what engineers do.
Students design a futuristic city with innovative solutions to some of today’s most pressing issues.
How It All Works
Hear What Participants Have to Say.
Future City is a program that is essential for building interest in our students for STEM and for future engineering careers.
This was our first year, and all of the students that participated are planning to return next year.
I think future city is an easy way to have students have fun and learn about engineering.
We’re Proud of Our Sponsors
Thank you to EA for providing SimCity software to Future City for more than 30 years.