There’s nothing more exciting than seeing high school students who are seriously excited about digital design and 3D printing—and Junita Ahammed, of Toronto, is a great example. She loves 3D printing, and well as designing and fabricating gadgets like quadcopters and interesting car parts. She’s worked on two iterations of a quadcopter so far and is looking to the third and final prototype so far. An 11th grader currently, Junita plans to keep expanding on her skills and wants to attend a college relevant to her interests. She and her friends have created a maker’s group at her high school, and have even made 3D printers for other schools. Read more at