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About South Border Bridge DI


Destination Imagination, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer-led organization that helps kids around the world discover their creativity. We create programs that teach the creative process, so kids can solve problems in astonishing ways. Our kids build a lifelong confidence in working together to solve any challenge.

Our organization was incorporated in 1999, when we took over the charter for OM Association, Inc. Since then, our non-profit has impacted more than a million participants. About 125,000 youth make friends and learn the creative process through our programs every year, and 38,000 volunteers support us!

All of our programs are Challenge based, and they teach the creative process. Our goal is to help kids learn to be creative in every aspect of their lives.

Our Challenge program is our most popular offering. Destination Imagination is an international tournament for kids. At the start of the season, teams choose one of seven Challenges. After weeks spent creating and developing their solutions, they go to a local tournament. Top-scoring teams advance to state or country tournaments. The top level of the tournament is our Global Finals—the world’s largest celebration of creativity.

Our programs are developed annually to ensure they are relevant and align to National Education Standards, STEM standards, ELA Common Core Standards and Mathematics Common Core Standards. Every year, with the help of volunteers and subject matter experts, we design new, exciting Challenges for kids.

South Border Bridge DI is a 501c(3) organization.  Our parent organization is Texas Creative Problem Solving Organization (dba Texas DI)

South Border Bridge DI encompasses the following school districts:

  • Brownsville ISD
  • Donna ISD
  • Edcouch-Elsa ISD
  • Edinburg CISD
  • Harlingen CISD
  • Hidalgo ISD
  • La Feria ISD
  • La Joya ISD
  • La Villa ISD
  • Laredo ISD
  • Lasara ISD
  • Los Fresnos CISD
  • Lyford CISD
  • McAllen ISD
  • Mercedes ISD
  • Mirando City ISD
  • Mission CISD
  • Monte Alto ISD
  • Point Isabel ISD
  • Progresso ISD
  • Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD
  • Raymondville ISD
  • Rio Grande City CISD
  • Rio Hondo ISD
  • Roma ISD
  • San Benito CISD
  • San Isidro ISD
  •  Santa Perlita ISD
  • Santa Maria ISD
  • Santa Rosa ISD
  • Sharyland ISD
  • South Texas ISD
  • United ISD
  • Valley View ISD
  • Weslaco ISD
  • Zapata ISD
  • and the private schools, parochial schools, home schools and other organizations located within the school district boundaries of the above school districts.