Delphi is a technology school, of sorts (we'll get to that in a second), but don't get confused -- Delphi is named for the oracle, not the programming language. They claim their program is non-religious, but the 10-foot-high mural of L. Ron Hubbard covering an entire wall in the reception area might give a different impression. I attended and graduated from Delphi's flagship campus in Oregon, where I did not learn any programming languages, but I sure did get programmed.
Not only does Delphi teach Hubbard's Study Technology, it also teaches his Communication Technology and his Ethics Technology, which involves learning about his Eight Dynamics -- literally the core belief of Scientology. A significant (but undisclosed) percentage of the more than $40,000 tuition is "flowed uplines" to Applied Scholastics International, a subsidiary of the Association For Better Living And Education, which is a whole lot of words to avoid saying "the Church Of Scientology."