2020-2021 Registration is Coming Soon
Please note that a non-refundable deposit of 25% of tuition is due upon registration, along with all non-refundable materials fees, to hold your seat.
DigiPen Academy Info Sessions
Periodically throughout the year, we offer a preview of upcoming courses and a Q&A session with our administration.
Due to COVID-19, for the time being, info sessions will be streamed online. If you have questions about our program, please email email@example.com.
DigiPen Academy Homeschool is a flexible and comprehensive academic partner.
Every family has personal goals that shape their educational journey. DigiPen Academy was built for homeschool families looking for an educational experience to satisfy their expectations for both academic rigor and personal engagement. We also support families that have found that public school isn’t the right fit for them either.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday during the entire school year, DigiPen Academy prepares K-12 students to succeed in the college and professional paths they choose to pursue. Taught at a facility across the street from DigiPen’s main campus, the learning experience can be described as a cross between a traditional homeschool co-op and a comprehensive school.
In addition to offering core general education courses in math, reading, writing, and science, DigiPen Homeschool Academy offers a wide variety of elective courses in debate, theater, video game programming, art and animation, game design, engineering, and music and sound.
Let us help enroll your student in the right courses.
We celebrate the individuality of our students. Using age ranges as guidelines, we strive to place students in classes according to their current knowledge and interests. Our coordinators can help you place your student in the appropriate class. If a course has prerequisites, DigiPen will assess your child’s knowledge and ability in order to recommend the best placement. Our teachers are trained to meet each student where they are at. We access the students on the first day of class and plan individual goals for each student.
Families may choose to take as few or as many courses as needed to meet their student’s learning goals. Taught using extended 2.5 hour blocks, teachers have adequate time to present the course concepts while allowing for meaningful time for students to work on exercises and projects. This approach provides the teacher with direct evidence of a given student’s understanding and competency, which in turn allows the teacher to truly meet students where they are. As students continue to grow individually, teachers can add needed challenges or provide that individual support some students need to get to that next level.
Explorers Homeschool Program
In addition to offering core general educational courses in math, reading, writing, and science, the Explorers Homeschool Program offers a wide variety of elective courses that allow students to explore their interests in technology and develop fundamental skills in video game programming, game design, art and animation, engineering, and sound design.
Juniors Homeschool Program
DigiPen’s Junior Homeschool Program offers general education as well as courses that introduce students to topics in video game programming, game design, art and animation, engineering, and music and sound design. These courses are great for students in Grades 4–7, who want to move on to more advanced technology courses when they are older.
Teens Homeschool Program
As students enter their high school years and the focus begins to shift toward preparation for college, DigiPen Academy courses are right there with them, delivering the level of academic instruction and technical experience they need to thrive. Whether they’re working an general education classes, or already starting to focus on specialty subjects like programming, games, art, engineering, or music, we’re here to inspire.
Game Development Academy
Game Development Academy is a multidisciplinary intensive study of creating games. The two-year program incorporates instruction in game design and theory, computer science and programming, art and animation, and sound and music.
Registration for each year of the Game Development Academy is independent, but intended as a continuous experience. First-year students will create several introductory projects as they learn the fundamental skills of game development. Then, they will join into teams to culminate their year with a group game project. Second-year students will be given more challenging and holistic projects, individual and team, including creating development tools, promotional marketing, and installation media.