Our out-of-school time custom digital game design curriculum is an engaging entry point to teach computer sciences.
It requires creative investment—original narrative, graphic design, animation, and sound—paired with exceptional technical skills. These courses craft future leaders and creatives in tech, media, and entertainment. Also, has there ever been a better way to capture the attention of a teenager for 300+ programming hours? We call it “hard fun.”
We teach digital game development in Title 1 schools and at our state-of-the-art Learning Lab—with music studio!—as well as virtually on Discord. Students master high-level coding skills and develop proficiency in digital arts, music, and storytelling. Students also develop pre-professional skills in communication, collaboration, project management, and entrepreneurship.
Students can become a Unity Certified User, a certification designed for developers who want to create their own game or apps, or plan to attend a postsecondary program in game development, STEM, or animation.
For more detailed information, please contact our Director of Mastery at our School of Interactive Arts Meredith Summs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
100% of students create a portfolio of games & digital assets
Check out some of our student work here.