Building Excellent Computer Science Programs Across District of Columbia
Teach quality computer science to positively impact the next generation in District of Columbia.
Did You Know?
- District of Columbia does not have K-12 Computer Science Standards
- District of Columbia does not require high schools to offer Computer Science
- CodeHS Curriculum is free
District of Columbia Computer Science Stats
- 424 students in the District took the Advanced Placement Computer Science exams in 2020 (134 AP CS A, 290 AP CSP); 39% of exams were taken by females.
- Computer programmers and software developers in the District have an average annual salary of $172,210, which is significantly higher than the average salary for the District at $95,330.
Sources: The College Board, Department of Education, Bureau of Labor Statistics
District of Columbia Computer Science Pathway
CodeHS courses align with District of Columbia middle school and high school computer science standards for a robust grade 6-12 pathway.
|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)|
|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)|
Praxis Prep Course
This professional development course prepares teachers for the Praxis Computer Science Exam. The CodeHS Praxis Prep Course is 100% aligned to District of Columbia state standards and covers all of the objectives designated for the exam.
District of Columbia Policies & Resources
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