Digital Dragon is an amazing experience for tech-minded kids aged 5-18.
Kids will learn a new language, become makers, and have fun at the same time. Digital Dragon offers an alternative destination for after-school and weekend classes, spring and summer camps, events, and parties. We also partner with many public and independent schools in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Culver City, and beyond that are interested in teaching technology as a standalone class or integrating tech into the rest of their curriculum.
Photoshop, Robotics, Minecraft, Programming, Game Design, Electronics
We bring curriculum, electives, after school programs, and camps to your campus.
Birthdays, Minecraft, Video Game Olympics, Electronics, Robotics, and more!
Keep your kids engaged during school holidays and spring, summer, and winter breaks.
Why Choose Digital Dragon?
Longest Running Year-Round Tech Studio for Classes & Camps
One Student = One Computer
Small Student to Teacher Ratios
Develop & Execute Original Curriculum
Personalized Learning Experiences
Instructors Have Real World Tech Experience
Safety Comes First: First Aid & CPR Trained Staff, Secure Servers & Software
We Teach Year-Round in Dozens of Los Angeles Area Schools
Best Early-Sign-Up Discounts in Town!
Specialize in Fun - We Balance Learning & Play Time
Not To Brag, But Our Staff Has DRAGON Names!
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