Building Excellent Computer Science Programs Across Maryland
Teach quality computer science to positively impact the next generation in Maryland.
Maryland Computer Science Courses
CodeHS offers courses aligned with Maryland middle school and high school computer science standards. Explore the available courses and recommended pathway below.
Did You Know?
Maryland has K-12 computer science standards
Maryland requires high schools to offer computer science
CodeHS courses are aligned to Maryland computer science standards
CodeHS curriculum is free
Maryland Computer Science Stats
- 5,567 students in Maryland took the Advanced Placement Computer Science exams in 2018 (2,112 AP CSA, 3,455 AP CSP); only 32% of exams were taken by females
- Universities in Maryland did not graduate a single new teacher prepared to teach computer science in 2016
- Computer programmers and software developers in Maryland have an average annual salary of $100,640, which is higher than the overall average state salary at $57,270
Sources: College Board, Code.org, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Maryland Computer Science Pathway
CodeHS courses align with Maryland middle school and high school computer science standards for a robust grade 6-12 pathway.
We've Got Maryland Standards Covered
CodeHS maps all of the standards from Maryland to our courses, offering aligned and engaging curriculum in our 6-12 pathway.
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|Maryland 6-8||View (68.2%)|
|Maryland 9-10||View (100%)|
Praxis Prep Course
This professional development course prepares teachers for the Praxis Computer Science Exam. The CodeHS Praxis Prep Course is 100% aligned to Maryland state standards and covers all of the objectives designated for the exam.
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Maryland Policies & Resources
In January 2018, Maryland State Department of Education began developing the K-12 computer science standards to improve computer science education across the state.
Shortly after, House Bill 281 was passed requiring all high schools to offer at least one computer science course by school year 2021-2022. School Boards were also asked to make efforts to incorporate computer science in each elementary and middle school, and increase enrollment of female students, students with disabilities, and students of underrepresented ethnic or racial groups.
Source: Maryland Department of Education
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