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CodeHS Oregon Computer Science Education Guide

In the 21st century, coding is a foundational skill, just like reading and writing. Everyone should get the chance to learn how to code—it's a skill that provides limitless creative opportunities to students and future generations.

With great curriculum, resources, and support, school districts across the country can implement high-quality computer science programs. At CodeHS, our goal is to make computer science education fun and accessible to all!

Did You Know

  • Oregon requires computer science in schools
  • Oregon has K-12 Computer Science Standards
  • CodeHS Curriculum is Free

CodeHS 6-12 Computer Science Curriculum Pathway

Here’s the CodeHS computer science curriculum pathway. This pathway includes year-long computer science courses for grades 6-12 in many different languages.

6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Intro to Programming with Karel the Dog (Ace)
Intro to Python with Tracy
Introduction to the Internet
World of Computing
Introduction to Cybersecurity (Caesar)
Web Design (Matisse)
Computing Ideas (Lovelace)
Creative Computing (HS)
Introduction to Computer Science in JavaScript (Golden)
Web Design (Picasso)
Introduction to Virtual Reality
Intro to Computer Science in Python 3
AP Computer Science Principles
Fundamentals of Cybersecurity
AP Computer Science A (Nitro)
Mobile Apps

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CodeHS Computer Science Standards & Framework Alignments

CodeHS offers the most comprehensive course pathway across grades 6-12, starting with introductory level block programming courses all the way up to AP level text-based programming courses in many languages.

CodeHS courses align with the following standards:

K-12 Computer Science in Oregon

Based on Oregon’s STEM Education Plan, Oregon will adopt computer science standards and increase the number of high school computer science-related course offerings by at least 50%. Oregon currently does not require computer science in schools, however, the state has passed a policy to allow computer science to count as a fourth science elective for graduation.

Source: Oregon Department of Education

Oregon Computer Science Stats

  • 788 students in Oregon took the Advanced Placement Computer Science exams in 2019 (369 AP CS A, 419 AP CSP); only 22% of exams were taken by females
  • Computer programmers and software developers in Oregon have an average annual salary of $95,390, which is significantly higher than the average state salary at $52,000
Sources: The College Board, Department of Education, Bureau of Labor Statistics

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