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What Your Kids Will Learn

Game Design

Game Design

If you think playing games is fun, wait till you’re building games! The Game Design Track transforms you from a gamer to a game developer, unlocking the mysteries behind level design, UIs, score systems, character animation, power-ups, and so much more. You’ll come through each project with a finished game that you can share with your friends!

Art

Arts

Games wouldn’t look like much without artists! Whether you’re into 2D, 3D, digital, or traditional, game development needs you. Get the skills to unleash your creative power that will bring the next generation of games to life.

Robotics

Robotics

Do you dream of building and programming your own robot to do cool stuff? You can! A roboticist knows all about electricity, wiring, circuits, code, engines, and more. Get the tools and the skills you need to take on the world of robotics!

Coding

Coding

It’s a superpower! Get ready to have your mind blown as you make apps, games, websites, and Minecraft and Roblox mods. You can even discover how good hackers keep cyberspace safe, and crack the secrets of computers’ digital language. Train yourself to wield the power of code!

Choose Your Path

Group Classes

Weekly, Team Based Learning Free Trial
Starting at $66 per month
  • Work collaboratively with a group of like minded students
  • 60 minute classes
  • Meets 1x Per Week

Private Lessons

Live 1:1 Classes Free Trial
Starting at $275 per month
  • Work 1:1 with a dedicated, Pro Game Development Instructor
  • Choose a track that meets your student's interests and switch tracks if desired
  • Flexible scheduling
Time Well Spent

Time Well Spent

Game-U offers your child a chance to test the waters of game design, challenge their creativity and problem solving skills, and get exposed to a career in game development.

Virtual Learning Made Fun

Virtual Learning Made Fun

Game-U is ideal for students 6-21 years old looking for weekly classes that follow Game-U’s engaging, project-based curriculum. Before you know it, your student will be reminding you it’s time for class — not the other way around!

Private Lessons From Pros

Private Lessons From the Pros

Students work one on one with dedicated professional gaming industry instructors on a track that meets their individual needs. Students have the ability to switch tracks as their interests grow and change over time.

Project Focused

Regardless of track or program, our curriculum is focused on projects. Whatever your passion, whether it’s robotics, circuitry, game design, or coding, we’ll find a project that excites you and grows your skills. With our flexible, project-based curriculum, students can start almost anywhere and learn everything necessary to challenge themselves while creating amazing results.

Result Focused

Every project builds towards sharing its result. Students as young as six learn to build real applications in age-appropriate tools. Whether the project is in Construct3 or pro-grade Unity and Unreal game engines, they’ll be able to publish and share their work through itch.io or browser-playable links from Repl.It and Scratch. Art students also share their 2D and 3D work online on platforms like Deviant Art and Sketchfab.

Portfolio Focused

Portfolios matter. Students love to look back and see how they’ve grown. For parents, employers, and educators, portfolios illustrate a student’s capabilities and the level of experience they’ve attained. Far from an unknown quantity, the student has a proven record, and it’s easy to see what they’ve mastered and what special flair they are expressing.

Testimonials

Students and parents alike are loving Game-U. Start your free trial today!

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Matthew loves working one on one with his instructor, Rob. He benefits so much from the personal attention and feels comfortable asking questions. I can see him growing as he does something he loves. He can’t wait for his next sessions!

Jennifer (Matthew’s mom)
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I love my 1:1 with Courtney! We can spend our time focusing on just me and my project and what I am most interested in doing. I have learned so much! I can ask all the questions I need and want – big, small or weird. I am only 8 after all, but I know so much already.

Olwyn Whelan (Student)