Are you a serious game player who has what it takes to become a game maker? Have you ever considered studying video game development in college and turning your passion into a career? Then The Guildhall Advanced Game Design Academy is for you.
What is The Guildhall Academy?
The Guildhall Academy has offers a rigorous, fully immersive, two-week summer course in which high school students will make a video game using GuildEd℠ technology, a cutting edge game engine developed by SMU graduate professors. The Academy students will be taught and mentored by game industry veterans, and will experience what professional game developers do on a daily basis during this two-week program.
Our goal for the Guildhall Academy is to offer something other than a general fine arts, science or math summer camp, we want to provide an interactive forum for students to express their individuality while learning what it takes to make a video game. After the two week development cycle, academy students will be able to take their games home to play.
We're always glad to answer questions!
If you want to find out more about The Guildhall Academy, or are interested in having a student attend next summer, please contact Rene Archambault at (972) 473-3539, or by email to
Video Games are a $20 billion industry; see if you have what it takes to be a part of it!