Louisiana Game Design Camps and Programs

Children interested in games, such as video or computer games, and how they work may enjoy attending a game design camp. These camps are geared toward kids who want to learn about how to design all kinds of games. Workshops See More »

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Active Learning Chess, Minecraft, and GameMaker Video Game Creation Camps

  • St. Lukes Episcopal School, 8833 Goodwood Boulevard
    Baton Rouge, LA 70806, U.S.A.

    Phone: 888-652-4377

Active Learning Services provides exciting and enriching summer camps for children ages 5-16. Programs include chess camps where professional chess instructors teach children of all abilities to play and improve their games. Also our popular video game creation and animation camps give children a great opportunity to learn the basics of game design and computer programming. Students can attend morning or afternoon half-day programs or combine two programs for a full day of fun. They will have a blast with excellent instructors and make new friends with other campers, all while learning and developing their minds!

USA Chess Camp - Ages 5-15 ...

iD Tech Camps: #1 in STEM Education - Held at Tulane

Experience the world's #1 tech camp

This summer, your child can explore a top campus, make friends as they master new tech skills, and join a community of over 400,000 alumni. At iD Tech Camps, students ages 7-17 build in-demand skills in coding, game development, robotics engineering, and design. The top universities on the planet - Stanford, NYU, Caltech - have trusted and hosted our programs for over 20 years, inspiring students to dream BIG. iD Tech also offers all-girls tech camps, teen-only Academies, and Online Private Lessons.


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