Available on Windows or Mac

Recommended for Grades 9 - 12

This edition is being retired in favor of a brand new 2021 Java course. Get the new edition here!

The Java Programming course teaches students all Java skills required on the "AP Computer Science A" exam. While it can be taken standalone with no pre-requisites, this is one of our most advanced courses, and some degree of technical comfort is recommended.

Studying for the "AP Computer Science A" Exam

This course is on College Board recommended list for the AP CS A exam. The following documents will help you prepare for your AP class:

If you wish to complete the AP Course Audit using this syllabus, simply "claim identical" to syllabus #2622228v3.

Student Work

All lesson quizzes and chapter tests are auto-graded by our system. Students will complete hands-on coding projects in every chapter, and these projects are teacher or parent-graded using our simple rubrics.

Scroll through the images below to see a few examples of student work.

  • Debugging and Error Handling

  • Java Classes

  • Graphic Design and User Input

  • Object-Oriented Concepts

  • Graphics and Vector Drawing

  • AP Labs

  • Algorithm Efficiency

 

* 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.

 

Please review our course syllabus, which contains the following information:

  • Specific chapter and lesson topics
  • Pacing guide, overall course length and exepected hours per week

 

View the Java Programming (AP) Syllabus PDF File

Java Programming (AP) course meets standards for the AP Computer Science A exam, as well as typical Computer Science II 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

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Hawaii - Visit our Hawaii standards page

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Kentucky - Visit our Kentucky standards page

Louisiana - Visit our Louisiana standards page

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Maryland - Visit our Maryland standards page

Minnesota - Visit our Minnesota standards page

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New York - Visit our New York standards page

North Carolina - Visit our North Carolina standards page

Ohio - Visit our Ohio standards page

Oklahoma - Visit our Oklahoma standards page

Pennsylvania - Visit our Pennsylvania standards page

South Carolina - Visit our South Carolina standards page

Tennessee - Visit our Tennessee standards page

Texas - Visit our Texas standards page

Utah - Visit our Utah standards page

Virginia - Visit our Virginia standards page


This course requires a computer with the Windows or Mac operating systems.

Our course material and interactive online system can be accessed from any HTML5-compliant web browser on standard computers, laptops, or tablets with an Internet connection.

In order to complete hands-on projects, students will use a computer with one of the following operating systems:

  • Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
  • Mac OS version 10.7 or higher