The Array School today announced a new exciting addition to their computer programming and graphic design program offered at their downtown Cheyenne campus beginning this September.
The Array School will launch a Digital Immersion Pilot Program that will allow anyone from around the world to remotely join their classroom in real-time alongside their in-person colleagues. The Array School has partnered with a company based in San Francisco to offer 4K resolution live streaming and screen sharing to merge the digital and physical worlds of their classroom during the seven-month duration of the program.
“One of the most asked questions that we have received since Array opened is when we would begin to offer our content online. Today’s announcement of our Digital Immersion Pilot Program is our frst step in that direction. We’re excited to start opening the doors of our school to the more rural areas of Wyoming as well as to the rest of the world. ”
— Eric Trowbridge, Headmaster at The Array School
The Array School is currently seeking new students for their upcoming full-time Array Core Program which begins on September 4th, 2018 and concludes on March 29th, 2019 for both in-person and as well the newly announced Digital Immersion Pilot Program.
Yesterday, The Array School announced new scholarship opportunities for Wyoming residents who will be attending the program this September.
Interested students are encouraged to contact the school for additional details. The deadline to apply is Friday, August 24th. More information can be found on their website and school catalog at www.arrayschool.com.