Course and Syllabus
CodeHS Course Syllabi
About the AP Digital Portfolio: This page has a good video to show students about the Digital Portfolio
Accessing Your Account
To access your CodeHS account, you can log in with your existing student account set up by your teacher or school at codehs.com.
If you do not have a CodeHS account, you can create one here.
Once you are logged in you can create a new program here.
About the Performance Task
CodeHS Tutorials: AP CSP Sample Performance Tasks
- Sample A: CSP Performance Task in Python
- Sample B: CSP Performance Task in Python
You can filter quiz questions in the bank on newest or # of votes, specific AP CSP standards, or difficulty. You can also search through quiz question titles and descriptions as well as show only AP CSP quiz questions. Teachers can also create their own quiz question, edit the ones they've made, and view other people's quiz questions in the quiz question bank.
CodeHS is proud to partner with RaiseMe, a platform that helps 9-12th grade students prepare for college by earning micro-scholarships for their achievements in high school, to support your students on their path to college!
Any CodeHS student who completes the AP Computer Science Principles or AP Java course can submit their coursework on RaiseMe.com to earn a scholarship for their academic achievements. Visit codehs.com/info/resources/raiseme to learn more.
Is CodeHS an Online Provider?
CodeHS is not an online provider. While we provide AP curriculum, we are not a virtual school, and students who are taking our course as individual learners are not enrolled in an AP class. You do not need to be enrolled in a class to take the AP exam, but you will need to sign up for the exam and find a testing site through College Board. CodeHS cannot sign students up for the AP exam, and we cannot give students access to the AP Digital Portfolio.
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