New Senior High School and College programs were introduced: Audio Production, Graphic Illustration, Mobile App Development, and Robotics for high school, and the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, respectively.
iACADEMY opens its second campus, the iACADEMY Nexus, on Yakal Street, San Antonio, Makati City.
iACADEMY celebrated its 15th anniversary at the Ayala Triangle Gardens with exciting activities like student art exhibits, film-viewing and band performances.
iACADEMY becomes an official Unity Authorized Training and Certification Partner.
iACADEMY held its first TEDx event entitled "Move: Ideas for Change and Progress" where thought-leaders shared their stories, and inspired the audience to act and move for change.
Creative Camp 2016 is a 2-day event featuring free art workshops and challenges meant to boost the students' creativity and hone their artistic talents.
Artworks by iACADEMY students were showcased at the Rockwell Powerplant Mall for the iACADEMY Student Exhibit.
iACADEMY holds its first 24-hour gaming competition entitled Battle League to promote the Game Development industry and support e-Sports in the country.
iACADEMY School of Computing becomes a Microsoft Training Center.
iACADEMY launches a safe school campaign tagged as Bullyproof.
iACADEMY hosts Animahenasyon - the largest animation festival in the country.
iACADEMY partners with one of Italy’s leading schools in fashion and marketing for a study tour program.
DePaul University, the largest Catholic school in America, engages with iACADEMY for study link partnership.
iACADEMY teams up with Weather Philippines to develop the website and application for faster, real-time weather updates.
iACADEMY opens its fashion design and technology program and is chosen by Solar Entertainment to be the official partner school of Project Runway Philippines.
iACADEMY is designated as the first IBM Center of Excellence in the ASEAN region.
iACADEMY is the first college that is a WACOM Authorized Training Partner.
iACADEMY's program is granted Zero Deficiency by the Commission on Higher Education.
iACADEMY opens its doors and becomes the only college along Ayala avenue.