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Stories

We are proud to work with school leaders in every type of school you can imagine and we look forward to working with you, too! Check out some stories below from the various schools and districts who have used CodeHS.

Teachers With No Coding Experience Starting a New Computer Science Program with CodeHS

J.C. Harmon High School

Kansas City, Kansas

A former English teacher, Andy Walleck didn't know what to think when his administration told him he'd be teaching computer science starting two years ago. Now, he's loving it and watching his kids become inspired by coding.

The King's Academy

West Palm Beach, Florida

With little to no computer science experience, but a strong passion to teach, Linda Hahn has grown the computer science program at The King's Academy from the ground up!

Bridgeport Central High School

Bridgeport, Connecticut

How a one woman computer science program, led by Eve Sarra, grew Bridgeport Central’s computer science track from nothing to multiple sections of AP ready students -- in just a single year.

North Star Academy Charter School

Newark, New Jersey

Brian Smith, a veteran science teacher turned enthusiastic CS teacher, puts a unique spin on celebrating student success in his classroom.

Experienced Computer Science Teachers Using the CodeHS Platform to Level Up Their Classroom

The Browning School

New York City, New York

Having taught computer science for over a decade, Aaron Grill, now the Director of Technology and a classroom teacher at the Browning School in New York, says that for administrators thinking about bringing on a computer science program, CodeHS is a silver bullet!

Mifflin County High School

Lewistown, Pennsylvania

With years of professional computer science experience and a flexible teaching style, Kelley Dixon has created a powerful computer science program in Mifflin County.

Computer Science Professionals Using CodeHS to Start Teaching

KIPP Heartwood Academy Charter School

San Jose, California

A former industry software developer, Joe Prohaska finally fulfilled his passion to teach computer science by starting the computer science program at KIPP Heartwood.

High Point Christian Academy

High Point, North Carolina

With more than 20 years of professional computer science experience, Paige Daniels decided to switch gears and share her passion for computer science with younger generations - empowering them to impact the future!

Busan Foreign School

Busan, South Korea

It’s a whole new game teaching computer science. Zach Huffman, an online gamer and experienced computer science professional, decided to bring his passion to the classroom and isn’t looking back!

Denison High School

Denison, Texas

Spencer Barnett puts his programming skills to the test and teaches the first ever computer science classes at Denison High School in rural Texas.

AP Computer Science Success Stories

The King's Academy

West Palm Beach, Florida

With little to no computer science experience, but a strong passion to teach, Linda Hahn has grown the computer science program at The King's Academy from the ground up!

Bridgeport Central High School

Bridgeport, Connecticut

How a one woman computer science program, led by Eve Sarra, grew Bridgeport Central’s computer science track from nothing to multiple sections of AP ready students -- in just a single year.

High Point Christian Academy

High Point, North Carolina

With more than 20 years of professional computer science experience, Paige Daniels decided to switch gears and share her passion for computer science with younger generations - empowering them to impact the future!

Denison High School

Denison, Texas

Spencer Barnett puts his programming skills to the test and teaches the first ever computer science classes at Denison High School in rural Texas.

Districts Building a Full 6-12th Computer Science Pathway

Gunston High School

Queen Anne's County, Maryland

As the Director of Technology at Gunston High School, a small private school in Maryland, Joe Thompson started teaching computer science and quickly made it the funnest class at the school!

Vail Mountain Middle School

Vail, Arizona

Authentic, fun, inviting, inspiring -- this is the classroom that computer science teacher Kim Zimmer has created with CodeHS!

Administrators Expanding Their Schools' Computer Science Program

Mountain House High School

San Joaquin County, California

When Mountain House High School was being built 2 years ago, math department chair Brian Gervase made sure that computer science was a core part of the school curriculum and the 21st century learning environment that would prepare students to be both college and career-ready

The Browning School

New York City, New York

Having taught computer science for over a decade, Aaron Grill, now the Director of Technology and a classroom teacher at the Browning School in New York, says that for administrators thinking about bringing on a computer science program, CodeHS is a silver bullet!

Impact Academy of Arts & Technology

Hayward, California

Inspiring, connecting, and coding -- how Denise Huey create a welcoming coding environment of all of her students.

Rural Schools Using CodeHS

Gunston High School

Queen Anne's County, Maryland

As the Director of Technology at Gunston High School, a small private school in Maryland, Joe Thompson started teaching computer science and quickly made it the funnest class at the school!

Denison High School

Denison, Texas

Spencer Barnett puts his programming skills to the test and teaches the first ever computer science classes at Denison High School in rural Texas.

Urban Schools Using CodeHS

KIPP Heartwood Academy Charter School

San Jose, California

A former industry software developer, Joe Prohaska finally fulfilled his passion to teach computer science by starting the computer science program at KIPP Heartwood.

Bridgeport Central High School

Bridgeport, Connecticut

How a one woman computer science program, led by Eve Sarra, grew Bridgeport Central’s computer science track from nothing to multiple sections of AP ready students -- in just a single year.

The Browning School

New York City, New York

Having taught computer science for over a decade, Aaron Grill, now the Director of Technology and a classroom teacher at the Browning School in New York, says that for administrators thinking about bringing on a computer science program, CodeHS is a silver bullet!

North Star Academy Charter School

Newark, New Jersey

Brian Smith, a veteran science teacher turned enthusiastic CS teacher, puts a unique spin on celebrating student success in his classroom.

Hear from a CodeHS Teacher in Missouri



Hear from a CodeHS Teacher