Teach Computer Programming and Digital Literacy Courses


CompuScholar's all-in-one teaching solution includes
engaging online courses and full teacher support.

How CompuScholar Works

CompuScholar's online system lets you teach computer science and digital literacy to middle and high school students with confidence.

We provide comprehensive, online curriculum

We provide complete, year-round support

You just teach!

Don't spend time building your own courses from scratch. Let CompuScholar make your teaching job a breeze. Your school can start offering Java, Python, C#, HTML/CSS, Unity Game Programming, and digital literacy courses today.

Digital Savvy

Web Design

Windows Programming C#

Python programming

Unity Game Programming


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CompuScholar All-In-One Learning Solution

Learning Management System

Our LMS includes integrated video and text lessons, auto-scored quizzes and tests, electronic gradebooks, teacher guides, activity solutions, and more.

Expert Support

Teachers will enjoy fast, free technical assistance from our subject matter experts. Every CompuScholar teacher will have a dedicated support rep for 1:1 mentoring.

Flexible Deployment

Our online course material can be accessed from any web browser and works in face-to-face classrooms, distance learning, virtual and hybrid learning models.


Curriculum is aligned to multiple state CTE / IT standards and supports the national K-12 Computer Science Framework and the CSTA K-12 Computer Science Standards.

Integration Options

We can optionally integrate our courses directly into your Canvas, Schoology or similar LMS. We also support free auto-rostering and Single-Sign-On (SSO).

Free Professional Development

Professional Development includes system orientation, monthly webinars, skill-building sessions and Praxis / Pearson Computer Science exam preparation.

I have been using the CompuScholar curriculum for two years and have been pleasantly impressed with the vigor and comprehensive lessons plans, labs, and assessments. The curriculums that we use include: AP Java Programming, Windows Programming C#, Unity Game Programming, Web Design, and Python Programming. The material is easy to read and understand; yet it requires the students to use higher level thinking and reasoning to complete their projects. Their packages accommodates various learning styles allows the students immediate access to their grades upon completing their exams, and many of the lab assignments. The grading system is easy for the instructor to use and transfer to other grading systems such as blackboard, and Powerschool. The students are allowed to work from home as long as they have internet access and the teacher can assigned task on specific dates and times. I plan to use the same programs next year and would highly recommend this program to other school districts as an addendum to their existing curriculum.

- Paula C. from Virginia

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