Code.org's partner school districts

Code.org announces partnerships with school districts reaching over 2M U.S. students

4 months after launch, 1M students have already enrolled in Code.org’s computer science learning platform.

Code.org is pleased to announce partnerships with 30 US public school districts, including three of the top 10 largest districts in country. These partnerships span cities like New York City, Chicago, and Denver and suburbs stretching from Broward County, Florida to Spokane, Washington.

Partner districts reach over 2 million students (almost 5 percent of all US K-12 public school students), and will begin to teach Code.org’s free, open-source courses in elementary, middle and high school classrooms in fall 2014. Code.org will provide curriculum, professional development and mentorship support for teachers, enabling these districts to make computer science a standard part of the public school curriculum. Read more

Full list of partner districts

Andover Public Schools (MA)
Arlington Public Schools (MA)
Ashland Public Schools (MA)
Bainbridge Island School District (WA)
Bremerton School District (WA)
Brookline Public Schools (MA)
Broward County Schools (FL)
Central Valley School District (WA)
Charles County Public Schools (MD)
Cheney School District (WA)
Chicago Public Schools (IL)
Denver Public Schools (CO)
Douglas County Schools (CO)
East Valley School District (WA)
Enumclaw School District (WA)
Highline School District (WA)
Littleton Public School District (MA)
Milton Public Schools (MA)
Montgomery County Public Schools (MD)
Needham Public Schools (MA)
Newton Public Schools (MA)
NYC Department of Education (NY)
Reading Public Schools (MA)
Shoreline Public Schools (WA)
Spokane Public Schools (WA)
Tukwila School District (WA)
Waltham Public Schools (MA)
Wayland Public Schools (MA)
Wellesley Public Schools (MA)
West Valley School District (WA)

*1-2 high schools in the following districts are individually partnering with Code.org:

Baltimore City Public Schools (MD)
Miami-Dade Public Schools (FL)
Oakland Unified Public Schools (CA)
Weymouth Public Schools (MA)

**CodeVA (a separate legal entity from Code.org) is preparing teachers in Henrico County Public Schools, Richmond Public Schools and Tazewell Country Public Schools to teach computer science courses, through a partnership with Code.org.

Learn how your district can partner with Code.org to bring full computer science courses to every student.