Destination Imagination (DI) gives students the chance to explore, collaborate, and create together. Make a plan today to launch that creative journey for the young people in your life.
If you’re brand new to DI, join us for an introductory webinar to learn about our program. You’ll learn how DI works, how to get started, how kids transform as a result, and all the essential details. We’ll even answer any questions you have, too.
If you prefer, you can also download a captioned on-demand version here. Then come back to this page to plan your team!
The DI Challenge season aligns with the Northern Hemisphere academic year. Most teams start between August and October. While Team Numbers for the 2021-22 Challenge season go on sale August 1, 2021, below are steps you can take now to ensure you and your team are ready to go.
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Whether you are a passionate parent or an enthusiastic educator, you want to make sure you will have support in your community. Spread the word about DI and how it benefits youth participants—share this webinar with the parents, teachers, or administrators you want in your corner when your team gets to work. Click the button below to send them an email about DI. And for more details on what it costs to do DI, check out our pricing page.
A DI team can consist of 2-7 students. Share our webinar with parents or teachers whose students might benefit from the DI experience. Click the button below to send them an email about DI. Scroll down for the age and grade requirements for each level of competition and check out what’s in store for next season’s Challenges.
The Team Manager is an adult volunteer (often a parent or teacher) who guides the team through their creative journey – like a troop leader or a coach. DI provides training and resources to set Team Managers up for success!
DI Team Managers must be at least 18 years old and complete a background check. If you know who your Team Manager will be, they can start their background check anytime so they are ready to go on August 1!
While you’re waiting for the new Challenge season to start, here are few things you can do to keep your students engaged:
Students from kindergarten through university level participate in the
Destination Imagination Challenge Program. The following are the
age/grade requirements to participate in the 2021-22 Destination
Imagination Challenge Program:
Preschool through 2nd grade
Kindergarten-5th Grade or
no student born before June 15, 2010
6th-8th Grade or
no student born before June 15, 2007
9th-12th Grade or
no student born before June 15, 2003
Full-time, post-secondary students enrolled in college, university, trade, or technical school or in the military. College-bound high school seniors who are taking accredited courses offered by a college or university that will qualify for course credit when entering higher education.
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