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Flavors

On our Pro plans, we have different Course Flavors available. Course Flavors means that you get exactly the right version of our course for your school, classroom, and students.

Arizona Computer Science

This course teaches the foundations of computer science, with an emphasis on logical thinking and problem-solving skills. Upon completion, students will have learned material equivalent to a college introductory computer science course and be able to program in JavaScript.

Indiana Computer Science I

This course teaches the foundations of computer science and basic programming, with an emphasis on helping students develop logical thinking and problem solving skills.

Maryland Computer Science I

This course builds on the concepts of computer science developed in prior grade levels and provides a transition from block-based programming to a text-based programming language to familiarize students with developing and executing computer programs.

Virginia Computer Science Foundations

This course builds on the concepts of computer science developed in prior grade levels and provides a transition from block-based programming to a text-based programming language and familiarize students with developing and executing computer programs.

Foundations of Computer Science

This course is fully aligned to the CSTA 3A standards for students in grades 9 and 10. It covers all concepts in the CSTA framework, including: Algorithms & Programming, Computing Systems, Data and Analysis, Impacts of Computing, and Networks & the Internet.

Nevada Computer Science and Applications

In this course, students learn about computer science and computational thinking using Python and HTML to analyze and design solutions to problems using programming skills. Additional topics include algorithms, documentation, security and privacy, communication and collaboration, and data visualization.

Hawaii EXS1300 Intro to Computer Science

This course covers all concepts in the CSTA framework, including: Algorithms & Programming, Computing Systems, Data and Analysis, Impacts of Computing, and Networks & the Internet.

New Hampshire Foundations of Computer Science

This course covers all concepts in the CSTA framework, including: Algorithms & Programming, Computing Systems, Data and Analysis, Impacts of Computing, and Networks & the Internet.

Iowa Foundations of Computer Science

This course covers all concepts in the CSTA framework, including: Algorithms & Programming, Computing Systems, Data and Analysis, Impacts of Computing, and Networks & the Internet.

Pennsylvania Foundations of Computer Science

This course covers all concepts in the CSTA framework, including: Algorithms & Programming, Computing Systems, Data and Analysis, Impacts of Computing, and Networks & the Internet.

Connecticut Foundations of Computer Science

This course covers all concepts in the CSTA framework, including: Algorithms & Programming, Computing Systems, Data and Analysis, Impacts of Computing, and Networks & the Internet.

Michigan Foundations of Computer Science

This course covers all concepts in the CSTA framework, including: Algorithms & Programming, Computing Systems, Data and Analysis, Impacts of Computing, and Networks & the Internet.

New Mexico Foundations of Computer Science

This course covers all concepts in the CSTA framework, including: Algorithms & Programming, Computing Systems, Data and Analysis, Impacts of Computing, and Networks & the Internet.

Washington Foundations of Computer Science

This course covers all concepts in the CSTA framework, including: Algorithms & Programming, Computing Systems, Data and Analysis, Impacts of Computing, and Networks & the Internet.

Florida Computing Ideas

This course introduces computer science as a vehicle for problem solving, communication, and personal expression, while exploring the impact of computer science on society.

South Carolina Fundamentals of Computing

This course is designed to introduce students to the field of computer science through an exploration of engaging and accessible topics. Students will create a variety of computing artifacts while collaborating in teams and gain a fundamental understanding of the history and operation of computers, programming, and web design—all while examining societal and ethical issues of computing.

Georgia Introduction to Digital Technology

This course exposes students to foundational knowledge in hardware, software, programming, web design, IT support, and networks. Topics are taught with hands-on activities and project focused tasks.

Georgia Foundations of Computer Programming

This course provides an exploratory foundation in computer programming and hands-on activities to build a strong foundation in computer coding. Through integrated instructional activities, students have opportunities to apply employability skills and to research careers in the information technology area.

Nevada Middle School Computer Science

This course is fully aligned to Nevada's 6-8 Computer Science Standards. Students explore topics in algorithms, programming, computing systems, impact of computing, networks, and more. This course is meant to be taken over 2-3 years in middle school.

Georgia Foundations of Secure Information Systems

This course provides a foundation in information systems, networking, and cybersecurity. Students have opportunities to apply employability skills and to research careers in the information technology area. They also complete hands-on activities to build a strong foundation in computer hardware and connectivity.

Texas Web Communications

This course explores applications encompassing: digital citizenship, information literacy, creative credit and copyright, online and in-person collaboration, designing and developing accessible websites as an avenue to personal creativity, and understanding structural aspects of computing.

Texas Web Design

This is a project-based course that teaches students how to build their own web pages, as well as foundational cybersecurity topics. Students learn the languages HTML and CSS, and will create their own live homepages to serve as portfolios of their creations.

Virginia Middle School Computer Science Elective

This course teaches the basics of Python. Tracy is a turtle that can be instructed with the use of various commands to draw scenes on a canvas. Students learn Python commands, functions, and control structures by solving puzzles and writing creative programs for Tracy to follow.

California Computer Science

This course teaches the foundations of computer science, with an emphasis on logical thinking and problem-solving skills. Upon completion, students will have learned material equivalent to a college introductory computer science course and be able to program in JavaScript.

New Jersey Computer Science

This course teaches the foundations of computer science and basic programming, with an emphasis on helping students develop logical thinking and problem-solving skills. Upon completion, students will have learned material equivalent to a college intro course in CS and be able to program in JavaScript.

Connecticut Tech Apps and Coding

The Tech Apps and Coding course is a first year computer science course that is fully aligned to the CSTA 2 standards for students in grades 6-8. This course introduces the basics of programming, web design, internet safety, and how information is represented digitally and sent over the Internet.

Delaware Tech Apps and Coding

The Tech Apps and Coding course is a first year computer science course that is fully aligned to the CSTA 2 standards for students in grades 6-8. This course introduces the basics of programming, web design, internet safety, and how information is represented digitally and sent over the Internet.

Iowa Tech Apps and Coding

This course introduces the basics of programming, web design, internet safety, and how information is represented digitally and sent over the Internet. Students learn to code with Tracy the Turtle, use the design process to create a website, and explore the impacts of internet-based innovations.

Michigan Tech Apps and Coding

This course introduces the basics of programming, web design, internet safety, and how information is represented digitally and sent over the Internet.

New Hampshire Tech Apps and Coding

The Tech Apps and Coding course is a first year computer science course that is fully aligned to the CSTA 2 standards for students in grades 6-8. This course introduces the basics of programming, web design, internet safety, and how information is represented digitally and sent over the Internet.

New Mexico Tech Apps and Coding

The Tech Apps and Coding course is a first year computer science course that is fully aligned to the CSTA 2 standards for students in grades 6-8. This course introduces the basics of programming, web design, internet safety, and how information is represented digitally and sent over the Internet.

Pennsylvania Tech Apps and Coding

The Tech Apps and Coding course is a first year computer science course that is fully aligned to the CSTA 2 standards for students in grades 6-8. This course introduces the basics of programming, web design, internet safety, and how information is represented digitally and sent over the Internet.

Washington Tech Apps and Coding

This is a first year computer science course that introduces the basics of programming, web design, internet safety, and how information is represented digitally and sent over the Internet.

Delaware Foundations of Computer Science

This course covers all concepts in the CSTA framework, including: Algorithms & Programming, Computing Systems, Data and Analysis, Impacts of Computing, and Networks & the Internet.

South Carolina Cybersecurity Fundamentals

This course examines the core concepts and terminology of cybersecurity and information assurance, integrating the importance of user involvement, network architecture, threats, and security; operational and system security; cryptography, and a broad range of other topics.

North Carolina Intro to Computer Science

This course is designed to introduce students to coding and computer science by way of making and designing using the CodeHS coding environment. This course is project-based with a maker philosophy at its core. This course is aligned to NC Course: BP01

Georgia Foundations of Interactive Design

This course will provide an exploratory foundation in the design and development of websites and games. Through integrated instructional activities, students will have opportunities to apply employability skills and to research possible career options in the information technology area.

Georgia Introduction to Software Technology

This course is the foundational course for many Georgia IT pathways. It is designed for high school students to understand, communicate, and adapt to a digital world as it impacts their personal life, society, and the business world.

Georgia Introduction to Hardware Technology

This course is the foundational course for many Georgia IT pathways. It is designed for high school students to understand, communicate, and adapt to a digital world as it impacts their personal life, society, and the business world.

Arkansas Programming I (JavaScript)

Designed to provide foundational understandings of concepts in computer science to function in an ever-changing technological world, students learn to solve problems independently and collaboratively, as well as the skills needed to be successful in college and beyond.

Georgia Web Development

This course is intended to teach students the fundamentals of web development in a project-based learning environment. Students are taught the basic elements of web development, such as web hosting, creating HTML/CSS files, and incorporating Javascript into HTML files.

New Jersey Computer Science and Design Thinking

This course teaches the foundations of computer science and basic programming, with an emphasis on helping students develop logical thinking and problem-solving skills. Upon completion, students will have learned material equivalent to a college intro course in CS and be able to program in JavaScript.

Georgia Foundations of Artificial Intelligence

The Georgia Foundations of Artificial Intelligence is the introductory course in the Artificial Intelligence pathway. This course explores the foundations of Artificial Intelligence in society and the workplace. Students will learn the basics of programming in Python and will apply their skills to fields where artificial intelligence is used.

Indiana Principles of Computing

The Indiana Principles of Computing course focuses on teaching students important computing topics such as programming, operating systems, IT infrastructure, and how to work with data. The course also places an emphasis on helping students develop logical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Arkansas Programming I (Python)

Designed to provide foundational understandings of concepts in computer science to function in an ever-changing technological world, students learn to solve problems independently and collaboratively, as well as the skills needed to be successful in college and beyond.

New Jersey MS Computer Science

The New Jersey MS Computer Science course is a first year computer science course that is fully aligned to the New Jersey 6-8 computer science standards. Students explore the basics of programming, how information is represented digitally and sent over the Internet, and physical computing with micro:bit devices. The course concludes with a project where students use data to answer a question they have.

Tennessee Introduction to Computer Science

This course is fully aligned to the Tennessee High School Computer Science course. Using JavaScript, students will learn the basics of Computer Programming as well as fundamental computer science concepts including Cybersecurity and the impacts technology has on our world.

TCH100A Foundations of Computer Science

This course covers the first semester of the Foundations of Computer Science course, which is fully aligned with the CSTA 3A standards, for students in grades 9 and 10. This course covers concepts in the CSTA framework including Algorithms & Programming, Data & Analysis, and Networks & the Internet.

New York Computer Science 9-12

New York Computer Science 9-12 is fully aligned to the New York State Computer Science and Digital Fluency Learning Standards for students in grades 9 through 12. Students will learn concepts in the framework including: Impacts of Computing, Computational Thinking, Networks & System Design, Cybersecurity, and Digital Literacy.

Nevada Advanced Computer Science I

The Nevada Advanced Computer Science I course will introduce students to the essential concepts of computer science and show how computing and technology can influence the world. This course focuses on using technology and programming to develop creative solutions to computational problems. CodeHS is in the process of getting this course on the Nevada DOE-approved instructional materials list. Schools can use instructional materials on an experimental basis for one year, including materials that are not on the approved instructional materials list with permission from the Department of Education. For reference, this is outlined in NAC 389.866.

New York Computer Science 7-8

New York Computer Science 7-8 is fully aligned to the New York State Computer Science and Digital Fluency Learning Standards for students in grades 7 through 8. Students will learn concepts in the framework including: Impacts of Computing, Computational Thinking, Networks & System Design, Cybersecurity, and Digital Literacy.

South Carolina Fundamentals of Web Page Design and Development

This course is intended to teach students the fundamentals of web development in a project-based learning environment. Students are taught the basic elements of web development, such as web hosting, file organization, and incorporating Javascript into HTML files.

West Virginia Discovering Computer Science

The West Virginia Discovering Computer Science course is a beginner-level middle school computer science course that is fully aligned to the WV state course of the same name. Students explore the basics of programming, computing ideas, online safety, and how information is represented digitally and sent over the Internet.

Utah Game Development Fundamentals 1

This first semester course teaches the fundamentals of designing a game using the most widely accessed and preferred editing engine in the world – Unity. The intent of this course is to introduce high school students to the industry related skills needed for the workplace and higher learning environments. By the end of this course, they will understand the design planning process, be knowledgeable of industry related careers, and be able to navigate the Unity environment in order to create 3D games. Note: student devices must be able to download and install the Unity platform (not compatible on Chromebooks).

Utah Creative Coding

Creative Coding is a first-semester course that introduces students to game design and programming. Students use the p5play JavaScript library in order to design, develop, and publish games. Throughout the course, students learn about major programming topics like variables, functions, conditionals, and mouse/keyboard events while building fun and interactive games that they can play and share with others.

Utah Web Development 1

This course is intended to teach students the fundamentals of web development in a project-based learning environment. Students will learn the basic elements of web development, creating HTML/CSS files, and making multi-page websites.

Utah Web Development 2

This course is intended to teach students the fundamentals of web development in a project-based learning environment. Students are taught the basic elements of web development, such as web hosting, file organization, and incorporating Javascript into HTML files.

Utah Web Development 1 and 2

This course is intended to teach students the fundamentals of web development in a project-based learning environment. Students will learn the basic elements of web development, creating HTML/CSS files, making multi-page websites, web hosting, file organization, and incorporating Javascript into HTML files.

Texas Fundamentals of Computer Science

The Texas Fundamentals of Computer Science course is a first year computer science course with a unique focus on creativity and problem-solving. Students explore several important topics of computing, such as programming, digital citizenship, networks, and web design.

Texas Computer Science I

This course fosters students' creativity and innovation by presenting opportunities to design, implement, and present meaningful programs through a variety of media. Through data analysis, students access, analyze, and evaluate information needed to solve problems.

Indiana Topics in Computer Science

Topics in Computer Science is designed for students to investigate emerging disciplines within the field of computer science. Students will use foundational knowledge from the Indiana Principles of Computing course to study the areas of game development, cybersecurity, data science, and artificial intelligence. Students will utilize knowledge related to these areas and programming skills to develop solutions to authentic problems.