Destination Imagination (DI) is a project-based learning experience that applies the creative process across seven challenge areas—technology, science, engineering, fine arts, improvisation, service learning, and early learning—and is open to any team of students from kindergarten through university. By participating in Destination Imagination Team Challenges, students gain the 21st-century skills needed to thrive in school, careers and beyond, including creative and critical thinking, collaboration, and project management. Teams have the opportunity to
showcase their innovative Challenge solutions at Regional and Affiliate DI competitions and vie for a spot at Global Finals—the world’s largest celebration of creativity.
Students from kindergarten through university level participate in the Destination Imagination Challenge Program. The following are the age/grade requirements to participate in the 2017-18 Destination Imagination Challenge Program:
Kindergarten through 2nd grade
3rd-5th Grade or
no student born before June 15, 2006
6th-8th Grade or
no student born before June 15, 2003
9th-12th Grade or
no student born before June 15, 1999
Contact the DI Campus Liaison at your child’s campus to learn how to become involved.