Building Excellent Computer Science Programs Across Minnesota

Teach quality computer science to positively impact the next generation in Minnesota.

Did You Know?

  • Minnesota does not have K-12 Computer Science Standards
  • Minnesota does not require high schools to offer Computer Science
  • CodeHS Curriculum is free

Minnesota Computer Science Stats


  • 1,547 students in Minnesota took the Advanced Placement Computer Science exams in 2019 (942 AP CS A, 605 AP CSP); only 21% of exams were taken by females
  • Computer programmers and software developers in Minnesota have an average annual salary of $97,973, which is almost double the average state salary at $54,200

Sources: College Board, Department of Education, Bureau of Labor Statistics

Minnesota Computer Science Pathway

CodeHS courses align with Minnesota middle school and high school computer science standards for a robust grade 6-12 pathway.

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Intro to Programming with K...
Intro to Python with Tracy
Introduction to the Internet
World of Computing
Introduction to Cybersecuri...
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

Top-Notch Professional Development

Online & in-person training for teachers to build the knowledge and confidence to teach excellent computer science courses.

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Minnesota Policies & Resources

In 2015, the Minnesota Department of Education passed a new policy (HF 844 (2015)) allowing computer science to count as a mathematics credit. The computer science course must still meet the academic standards for mathematics.

Source: Minnesota Department of Education


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CodeHS Privacy Policy for Minnesota

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