Available for the Fall of 2021!
Available on Windows , Mac , Chromebooks and tablets
Recommended for Grades 9 - 12
The new 2021 edition of our popular Java Programming course can be flexibly used to teach introductory Java programming classes or to prepare students for the AP Computer Science A exam.
Hot New Features
- No local installation requirements; all "required" hands-on projects can be completed online in a web browser.
- All "required", online projects are fully auto-graded by our system.
- The order of topics now aligns with the Unit Sequence recommended by the College Board for AP CS A.
Teaching Introductory Java
Teachers can confidently teach beginning students the Java language by following the syllabus and planner guide for introductory programming classes. Please see the Course Syllabus tab for details.
Studying for the "AP Computer Science A" Exam
This course is on College Board recommended list for the AP CS A exam and covers all required topics. The following documents will help you prepare for your AP class (UPDATES PENDING FOR 2021):
If you wish to complete the AP Course Audit using this syllabus, simply "claim identical" to syllabus #FORTHCOMING.
All lesson quizzes and chapter tests are auto-graded by our system. Students will complete hands-on coding projects, and the projects in every required chapter are also auto-graded by our system with no local installation requirements. Some optional chapters contain projects that require an external IDE and are teacher or parent-graded using our simple rubrics.
Scroll through the images below to see a few examples of student work.
* AP and Advanced Placement Program are registered trademarks of the College Entrance Examination Board, which was not involved in the production of and does not endorse this product.
Prices & Course Details
This course will be released for purchase on June 1, 2021!
|Subscription Price||$25 / month or $225 / year|
|Nominal Length||2 semesters or 1.0 credits or 180 hours|
|Pacing||Self-study & self-paced|
|Accounts Included||Student and Teacher|
|Grading - Quizzes and Tests||Auto-graded by System|
|Grading - Student Projects||Auto-graded by System|
Read more about How it Works!
A yearly subscription provides you a full calendar year (12 months) access to the course material. The 1-year window does not start until you redeem your purchased registration codes to create your account. So, you can purchase now and get started when ready.
Monthly subscriptions are auto-billed to your credit card each month. You can maintain the subscription for as long as your student needs to complete the course and cancel the subscription at any time. There is no long-term commitment.
NOTE: The quantity you enter for a monthly subscription is the number of students, not the number of months. For example, a quantity of 3 will purchase 1 month of access for 3 students, not 3 months for 1 student.
Siblings and Families
If you choose a 1-year option, then you can add additional siblings to the same class for $40. If you choose a monthly subscription, then each sibling will require an additional monthly subscription at the same rate.
In either case, purchase just one student initially, and then create your teacher account and add the sibling from your Teacher's Menu within the course.
Sibling licenses are only permitted for immediate family members of an already-licensed student. Unrelated students must always have their own full license.
If, within the first 30 days, you find your selected course is not a good fit for your student for any reason, we will fully refund your purchase price (1-year subscription or first month subscription) and cancel your account with no obligation.
If you are using Java Programming to teach introductory programming classes, please click on the syllabus below for pacing and topic guidance.
If you are using Java Programming to prepare students for the AP Computer Science A exam, please click on the syllabus below for pacing and topic guidance.
Each syllabus and pacing guide contains the following information:
- Specific chapter and lesson topics
- Pacing guide, overall course length and exepected hours per week
Java Programming course meets standards for the AP Computer Science A exam, as well as typical introductory Computer Science I or Computer Programming I courses. Please click on your state link below to view all alignments for your state.
If you don't see your state listed, please contact us to discuss your requirements!
Alabama - Visit our Alabama standards page
Arizona - Visit our Arizona standards page
Arkansas - Visit our Arkansas standards page
California - Visit our California standards page
Florida - Visit our Florida standards page
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Oklahoma - Visit our Oklahoma standards page
Pennsylvania - Visit our Pennsylvania standards page
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Tennessee - Visit our Tennessee standards page
Texas - Visit our Texas standards page
Virginia - Visit our Virginia standards page
This course requires a computer or tablet with an Internet connection.
All "required" chapters and hands-on projects can be completed on any Windows or Mac computer, Chromebook or any other web-capable device with sufficient web browser.
No local software installation is needed to complete all "required" chapters for AP CS A and most introductory coding courses. All "required" projects can be completed through the web browser!
Some later, optional chapters may require use of an external IDE such as Eclipse or any other teacher-preferred local or online IDE. The system requirements (if any) depend on the IDE selected.