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Registering for Homeschool Courses

For your student to make the most out of their DigiPen Homeschool experience, families new to the program are required to speak with a DigiPen Coordinator before enrolling.

To schedule a time to speak with a coordinator, or to arrange a tour, please contact homeschool@digipen.edu or (425) 629-5007

Registering for Workshops

Registration is now open for 2019 Winter/Spring and Summer Workshops! Don’t miss out on Early Bird prices for Summer Workshops – valid through February 4, 2019.

Not sure what workshop to choose? Use our online discovery tool to explore your options or email us at projectfun@digipen.edu.

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Art & Animation – Tech Academy

The DigiPen Art and Animation course provides students with an opportunity to develop the skills necessary to pursue post-secondary education in the field of fine art and animation. The program focuses on traditional art skills including basic drawing, composition, line and value, and perspective drawing. Upon learning these skills, students are introduced to essential animation skills like character concept and design, basic keyframe animation, motion studies, and 2D and 3D computer animation.

Credit Granted: Students who successfully complete a year of study with the program earn 1.0 fine art credit plus 2.0 occupational education credits. DigiPen college credit available.

*Younger students are accepted if space if is available

Grade(s)
11-12*

Location

DigiPen Campus
9931 Willows Road NE
Redmond, WA 98052

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Video Game Programming – Tech Academy

The DigiPen Video Game Programming track gives students an introduction to the art and science behind video game development. Through seven modules of instruction, students learn key art, math, and computer science concepts that are applied to a game project after each module. While developing their games, students also write a short essay defending the methods and reasons used to complete their project, as well as address industry issues like labor practices, intellectual property rights, publishing contracts and controversial game content.

Credit Granted: Students are eligible to receive a College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADR) math credit and may also receive 2.0 occupational education credits. DigiPen college credit available.

*Younger students are accepted if space if is available

Grade(s)
11-12*

Location

DigiPen Campus
9931 Willows Road NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Sessions

School Year
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