You can fork, or copy, CodeHS assignments to customize them for your students. Once you fork a CodeHS assignment, you can edit or add quiz questions, change the starter or solution code to an assignment, and more.
What Does 'Fork' Mean?
When you fork a program, or in this case a CodeHS assignment, it means that you are making your own copy to work on, and any changes you make will not affect the original. Forking a CodeHS assignment allows you to make your own, customizable copy without affecting the original.
What Happens to the Original Assignment?
The original assignment is not affected in any way. If it was assigned to your students, it will still be assigned, and none of the content will be affected by any changes you make to the duplicate.
How to Fork and Edit a CodeHS Assignment
To fork a CodeHS Assignment and create an editable copy:
Navigate to your Assignments page
Click the three dots next to the assignment you'd like to copy
Confirm by selecting Fork again and a duplicate of the assignment will be added to the lesson
Click Edit on the right-hand side to edit the forked Assignment
You can add additional questions to a forked Quiz or edit existing questions. For more information, check out Creating a Custom Quiz.
Click Create New Question to add your own questions to the forked quiz
Use the pencil button to edit an existing question
Click the red X next to a question to remove it from the forked quiz
Use the tabs to navigate between different fields. You can edit the Assignment name and description, Starter Code, Solution Code, and more. Use the Preview button to see how the assignment will look for students. Learn more about Creating Custom Assignments.
Editing Assignments with Autograders
Keep in mind that if the assignment has an Autograder, you may want to edit the Autograder or remove it. For more information, check out Creating Autograders.
To edit or remove an Autograder from a forked Assignment:
Click Edit on the right-hand side of the forked Assignment
Click Advanced Settings
Select the Autograder tab
Edit the Autograder code > click the blue Save Autograder button
or Click the red Remove Autograder button
Accessing Forked Assignments
In addition to being able to edit a forked Assignment from your Assignments page, all of your previously forked Assignments will be accessible via the Create page:
Forking CodeHS Assignments is available as part of CodeHS Pro. To get Pro for your school, contact our team at email@example.com.