CodeHS offers fully customizable K-12 computer science pathways to fit the needs of every district. Pathways are designed to align with state standards and national standards covering various computer science, programming, and CTE related topics.
Students learn block-based coding and build their digital literacy across this elementary pathway. This pathway is designed for schools that have a designated computer science teacher who meets with students on a weekly basis.
Students learn to code with integrated lessons that apply computational thinking to math, science, ELA, and social studies. This pathway designed for schools that integrate computer science into the core classroom to be taught by a grade-level teacher.
Students are introduced to various topics in CS, including: text-based coding languages, web design, digital citizenship, networks, and game design. In the final year of this pathway, students take an introductory coding course in Python that will prepare them for high school CS courses.
Students learn how to code in a text-based environment and are introduced to the basics of coding in Python across three courses.
Our goal is to work with schools and districts to develop the pathway that best fits their needs. Contact us to learn more and implement a computer science curriculum pathway at your school or district.