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!


Micah is still on a high from last week. Your program is great. Best of luck as you continue to develop DD. We hope to do it again.

Dan (Burbank)

This morning Jackson walked right in like he owned the place and I think walked over to the TV to start playing video games. It’s like DD is his clubhouse!

Pleased Parent (Santa Monica)

I just wanted to let you know that Stella was over-the-moon about her (private Minecraft) session with Eddie this morning. The words “Best day ever!” were used.

Joanna (Los Angeles)

My son just finished minecraft week and just loved it. Your instructors were fantastic, he just had an awesome time with them. We will be looking for your fall schedule for maybe an after school class. Thanks!

Oliver's Mom (Pacific Palisades)

I am very impressed with Digital Dragon. My son is a tough critic and he LOVED the experience.

Happy Dad (Brentwood)

My son had a good time today and excitedly told us about the game he’s creating at camp.

Corrine (Santa Monica)

I wanted to let you know that my son had a fantastic time at camp last week. He is a great math student and loves technology, but until last week never put them together! Last week, he suddenly realized that he liked building and programing electronics.

Emily (Santa Monica)

Ian LOVED the Game Academy camp. I’ve never seen him spring out of our car so quickly to go into a camp. And then he never wanted to leave either (another thing I have never seen at ANY camp). I think it was his favorite camp ever.

John (Culver City)

It was the best camp. Geoff was so nice – I really liked him. They were all really nice and we did different exciting things every day and it was so much fun. We never did the same thing over and over. I want to keep going!

Happy Camper (Los Angeles)

This morning Jackson walked right in like he owned the place and I think walked over to the TV to start playing video games. It’s like DD is his clubhouse!

Pleased Parent (Santa Monica)

I just wanted to let you know that you guys are doing a great job with the kids. Orlando LOVES going to class. He talks about it all week. Thank you so much for creating a fun learning experience for the kids.

Monica (Santa Monica)

My son, loved Digital Dragon camp. This was really a great experience for Zach. One way or another he will be back.

Don (Santa Monica)

My son had an amazing time – said it was his favorite camp! Thank you and all your staff for making such a wonderful place for kids…

Dina (Venice)

OMG Laurie I nearly died of pride today – at the dinner table tonight Jackson told me he is working on a minimum viable product (MVP) as a platform game in DD. Since I just last week gave a whole client strategy around MVP I nearly died. Love that he is learning such critical concepts for design and digital.

Prideful Mom (Santa Monica)

DJ had the BEST time at DD last week. We really want him to continue with more activities with you. Thank you for inspiring him!!

Erin (Santa Monica)

For the Santa Monica area parents – if your kid loves video games she/he will love Digital Dragon – Jackson can’t get enough of it (and then let us talk about how lucky my spawn are to get to make video games as an approved after school activity)

Colette (Santa Monica)


“Don’t just buy a new video game, make one. Don’t just download an app, help design it. Don’t just play on your phone, program it.”

President Barack Obama

“Whether we’re fighting climate change or going to space, everything is moved forward by computers, and we don’t have enough people who can code. Teaching young people to code early on can help build skills and confidence and energize the classroom with learning-by-doing opportunities. I learned how to fly a hot air balloon when I was 30,000 feet up and my life was in the balance: you can learn skills at any age but why wait when we can teach everyone to code now!”

Richard Branson

Founder, Virgin Group

“Learning to code is tremendously empowering. It lets you go from just being a consumer of technology to being a producer of it. When you make that transformation, you realize that rather than settling for what someone else tells you is possible, you have the power to create whole new technological possibilities.”

Mehran Sahami

Stanford, Chair of Education, Computer Science

“Creating things with your hands, or creating code, creating programs, are just different ways to express creativity.”

Elena Silenok

Founder, Clothia

“Our civilization is experiencing unprecedented changes across many realms, largely due to the rapid advancement of information technology. The ability to code and understand the power of computing is crucial to success in today’s hyper-connected world.”

Vice President Al Gore

“Our programmers are our artists. They write beautiful code that millions of our travelers start to play with, to use, to help them travel better. It’s a profound sense of power and satisfaction to have your work affect so many, so quickly, across the globe.”

Dara Khosrowshahi

CEO, Expedia, Inc.

“Computer science needs to be part of the core curriculum – like algebra, biology, physics, or chemistry. We need all schools to teach it, not just 10%.”

Brad Feld

Managing Director, Foundry Group

“Learning how to code and program computers when I was a kid was one of the best choices I made growing up. By writing code, I learned how to bring my dreams to life, how to budget, and how to build stuff. Whatever path you choose in life – being an artist, an engineer, a lawyer, a teacher, or even a politician, you will give yourself a huge leg up if you learn how to code.”

Rob Glaser

Founder, RealNetworks

“I think that great programming is not all that dissimilar to great art. Once you start thinking in concepts of programming it makes you a better person…as does learning a foreign language, as does learning math, as does learning how to read.”

Jack Dorsey

Creator, Twitter. Founder and CEO, Square

“I think if someone had told me that software is really about humanity, that it’s really about helping people by using computer technology, it would have changed my outlook a lot earlier.”

Vanessa Hurst

Founder, CodeMontage

“Kids who understand code are at the highest level of literacy in the 21st century. This will give all kids the tools to move from consumers to creators, enabling them for huge success.”

Mario Armstrong

Digital Lifestyle Expert & TV Host, NBC, CNN/HLN, NPR

“To prepare humanity for the next 100 years, we need more of our children to learn computer programming skills, regardless of their future profession. Along with reading and writing, the ability to program is going to define what an educated person is.”

Salman Khan

Founder, Khan Academy

“One hundred years ago, people were faced with the choice of learning to read or remaining illiterate laborers who would be left behind as have-nots in a rapidly modernizing world. In the coming century, being able to command a world that will be thoroughly computerized will set apart those who can live successfully in the future from those who will be utterly left behind.”

Yishan Wong

CEO, Reddit

“All of today’s kids will need—along with reading, writing, and arithmetic—a basic understanding of computation and the role that it plays across a wide range of disciplines. Coding is engaging and empowering. It’s a necessary 21st Century skill.”

Jan Cuny

Program Officer, National Science Foundation

“Programming allows you to think about thinking, and while debugging you learn learning.”

Nicholas Negroponte

Founder and Chairman Emeritus of MIT's Media Lab

“The programmers of tomorrow are the wizards of the future. You’re going to look like you have magic powers compared to everybody else.”

Lucy Sanders

CEO & Founder, NCWIT

“I believe technology should give us superpowers. Everyone should have the opportunity to learn to think, analyze, and create with technology.”

Hilary Mason

Chief Scientist, Bitly

“Coding is today’s language of creativity. All our children deserve a chance to become creators instead of consumers of computer science.”

Maria Klawe

President, Harvey Mudd College

“Learning to code makes kids feel empowered, creative, and confident. If we want our young women to retain these traits into adulthood, a great option is to expose them to computer programming in their youth.”

Susan Wojcicki

Senior Vice President, Google

“Software touches all of these different things you use, and tech companies are revolutionizing all different areas of the world…from how we shop to how farming works, all these things that aren’t technical are being turned upside down by software. So being able to play in that universe really makes a difference.”

Drew Houston

Founder & CEO, Dropbox

“Learning to code unlocks creativity and builds confidence in students regardless of age, gender, or race. Computer programming can also be a teaching tool for other subjects, from physics to French. With today’s technology, learning to code is more fun and more accessible than ever, and America’s teachers welcome it into our schools and classrooms.”

Dennis Van Roekel

President, National Education Association

“I think everyone should get a little exposure to computer science because it really forces you to think in a slightly different way, and it’s a skill that you can apply in life in general, whether you end up in computer science or not.”

Tony Hsieh

CEO, Zappos

“Learning to code at a young age opened my eyes to the incredibly exciting world of technology and entrepreneurship. Our youth deserve the opportunity to learn the skills that will enable them to succeed in our connected world.”

Marc Benioff

Chairman and CEO, salesforce.com

“Programming is how we talk to the machines that are increasingly woven into our lives. If you aren’t a programmer, you’re like one of the unlettered people of the Middle Ages who were told what to think by the literate priesthood. We had a Renaissance when more people could read and write; we’ll have another one when everyone programs.”

Tim O'Reilly

Founder, O'Reilly Media

“Computing lets people express their creativity and unlock solutions, and code is computing’s universal language. All young people, including girls, deserve to be fluent in the language of the future.”

Game Newell

Founder and President, Valve