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Expanding High Quality Computer Science across Oregon

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About Code Oregon

CodeHS launched Code Oregon, an initiative to expand high-quality computer science in school districts across the state of Oregon. Coding is the new foundational skill, just like reading and writing. All students should have the opportunity to take computer science courses at their local schools, regardless of their area code.

CodeHS is committed to offering CodeHS Pro and professional development to 7 school districts in Oregon for free. Check out the Code Oregon partner schools and districts for the 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 school years!

Our Commitment

What is CodeHS?

CodeHS is a comprehensive teaching platform for helping schools teach computer science by providing web-based curriculum, teacher tools and resources, and professional development.


We believe that in the 21st century, coding is a foundational skill, just like reading and writing! Learn more at


At CodeHS, we have a full 6-12th grade curriculum with courses in many languages including JavaScript and Python. Our courses teach students applicable computer science skills, with a focus on developing problem solving and computational thinking skills.

Intro to Computer Science in JavaScript
Creative Computing
Introduction to Programming with Karel the Dog
Computing Ideas
World of Computing
AP® Computer Science in Java
Intro to Computer Science in Python
Web Design

Professional Development

With CodeHS online professional development and teacher support, any interested teacher will be able to confidently offer a comprehensive computer science course to their students -- no prior programming experienced required! 

Professional Development

" I strongly believe every child has to have the opportunity to learn this critical skill [computer science]. It's becoming fundamental, just like reading and writing and math."


- President Barack Obama

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