Certified Educator Program

A growing community of passionate educators teaching computer science with CodeHS.

Why Apply?

Get recognized for all of your hard work in the classroom! As a CodeHS Certified Educator, you will be recognized on the CodeHS website as well as on our social media accounts. You will receive a certificate of recognition, some CodeHS swag for your classroom, and opportunities to connect with other computer science teachers with quarterly meetups.

Recognition for Achievements in the Classroom

  • Earn a CodeHS Certified Educator certificate
  • Get your name and school featured on the CodeHS website
  • Contribute to the Read Write Code blog by highlighting your computer science program success in a case study

Professional Development Opportunities

  • Network with fellow Certified Educators at quarterly virtual meetups
  • Meet members of the CodeHS team at quarterly meetups and provide feedback about CodeHS tools
  • Receive an exclusive quarterly newsletter with CodeHS updates
Upcoming Workshops

Exclusive Access to Product Updates and Product Demos

  • Receive CodeHS swag for your classroom in a welcome package
  • See demos of new CodeHS features before they are released by attending Certified Educator virtual meetups
  • Participate in beta testing for new CodeHS tools

Requirements

To become a CodeHS Certified Educator:

Verified CodeHS Teacher Account

Teach CS with CodeHS for 1+ Years

Teach K-12th Grade Students

Passionate about Teaching CS

How to Apply

Applications are reviewed on a cohort basis. We will accept applicants twice per year, once in the fall and once in the spring. We are currently accepting applications for the fall cohort until Friday, September 29th, 2023!

Apply Today

More Resources

ReadWriteCode

Q&A WITH SEAN RASER Keeping Students Engaged with Extra Content Meet Sean Raser, a computer science teacher, CodeHS Certified Educator and Teacher Trainer. Sean tells us about his experience adapting to virtual teaching in the Spring of 2020, and how one solution doesn’t always fit all students.
Q&A WITH JEFF WOJCIK Checking In and Supporting Students Jeff tells us about his experience in Spring 2020 transitioning to a virtual classroom, the challenges he faced with students keeping interest, and his frequent check-ins with students for continued support and success in a virtual environment.
Q&A WITH CHIP KRAMLICH Increasing Student Participation in a Virtual Classroom Meet Dennis “Chip” Kramlich, a seasoned computer science industry worker, computer science teacher, and CodeHS Certified Educator. We asked Chip a few questions to see how the transition to a virtual classroom this past school year went and learned some tips!

Frequently Asked Questions

Still have questions? We're happy to answer them, just reach out to hello@codehs.com!