We want to get as much input on our ideas before we do go through with it. This includes consulting staff, parents, and the students to see what kind of audience it would gain and from those numbers, we can have a better idea on what is needed to institute the club. Given if the school already has a computer lab, it makes the process not only easier, but cheaper for the school as less equipment are needed for the club. The program would run between the time frame of 3:00 pm until 5:00 pm at the very latest, meeting two times a week from either Monday and Wednesdays or Tuesday and Thursdays. Should our club get positive feedback, we can try to push for three times a week if granted permission by the school faculty, as well as even plan out trips to development studios to take students behind the scenes of game development from field experts.