Partner with Code.org to bring K-12 computer science to your district

Code.org partners with school districts across the country to suppport and expand computer science learning in schools. Partnerships include high quality computer science curriculum, professional development, online and in person supports, marketing materials, and more.

The application window for partnerships in the 2016-17 school year is closed. We will begin reaching out to partners in the spring of 2016 about applications for the 2017-18 school year. Please fill out our interest form and we'll be in touch when we open the new application window.

Our Goals

  • Expanding access to high-quality computer science education to all students
  • Establishing a computer science program that will grow and be sustained within the district beyond the term of our partnership

The Application Process

We are currently at capacity for partnerships in the 2016-17 school year, and will release a new application for the 2017-18 school year in the spring. Please fill out our interest form to be notified when the new application is released.

Information on Curriculum and PD

Existing partners (including all 7 of the largest US school districts)

  • New York City Department of Education (NY)
  • Los Angeles Unified School District (CA)
  • Chicago Public Schools (IL)
  • Miami-Dade County Public Schools (FL)
  • Clark County School District (NV)
  • Broward County Public Schools (FL)
  • Houston Independent School District (TX)
  • Montgomery County Public Schools (MD)
  • See all 90 partner districts











What teachers say about Code.org


"My students are definitely excited to use the program each week and constantly ask about it." — CS in Algebra teacher, Chicago, IL

"It was helpful to have time to DO the coding, so I feel comfortable with it while teaching." - CS in Science teacher, Charles County, MD

"This Professional Development is probably the best one I have attended in my 8 years of teaching." — ECS teacher, Broward, FL


Please contact district@code.org for more information.