The Guildhall at SMU offers a video game creation summer camp for middle and high school students – and they also offer a 10 percent faculty-staff discount.
Students in The Guildhall Academy experience a two-week day camp taught by SMU faculty members who are game industry veterans. Each participant will create his or her own 2D video game using an exclusive professional game-builder starter kit developed by The Guildhall.
After the camp, students can take their games home and continue to develop and play them on a PC or Xbox 360.
Sessions for summer 2010 will take place June 7-18 and June 21-July 2nd at SMU-in-Plano. Middle school and high school students will be in separate classes. The camp runs Monday-Friday (except July 3), 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Extended day hours are available for an additional cost and start at 8 a.m. and end at 5:30 p.m.
For more information or to enroll your student, contact Melissa Lee, 972-473-3535.