CodeMonkey District Subscriptions

A district-wide computer science curriculum

Implementing a district-wide computer science curriculum in schools offers numerous benefits to students and the educational system across many schools. Computer science courses such as CodeMonkey’s, foster problem-solving skills, creativity, and critical thinking. There is no question that bringing CodeMonkey to your school district makes them a valuable addition to the curriculum. 

A district-wide curriculum ensures that all students have equal access to a computer science education regardless of their background or socioeconomic status. CodeMonkey promotes diversity and wants to bridge the gap in computer science for future programmers, developers, and so many more in-demand jobs for our student’s futures! 

What Districts are best suited for CodeMonkey?

Districts evaluating K-8 computer science curriculum.
Districts interested in improving their existing (or non-existent) coding pathway.
Districts looking for fair pricing for district-wide adoption.

What is included?

Unlimited student seats and teacher accounts
Full K-8 course access.
1:1 Tech support via
24/7 access to a comprehensive help center
Admin Dashboard, Classroom Dashboard, Teacher Resources, and more.
Rostering capabilities as well as a 20-minute set up meeting.
Invitations to in-depth product webinar on for all piloting districts.
Districts will receive mid and post-subscription usage reports.
Custom pricing 


Our courses are suitable for all types of computer science programs including virtual!
Suitable for students of different ages and experiences.

pre-coding for preschoolers

Block-based coding
Pre-K & K

Block-based coding
1 & 2 grade

Math & coding practice
2-4 grade

Text-based coding
3-5 grade

Game design courses
6-8 grade

Game creation courses
6-8 grade

Python course
6-8 grade

Python & Chatbot course
6-8 grade

Game creation courses
2nd grade and up

Digital Use/Digital Citizenship
3rd grade and up


1 WEEK ONLY games that change monthly!
1st grade and up

All courses are included in your CodeMonkey subscription!

Admin Dashboard for Districts

Subscription admins (owners) manage and have an overall view of subscriptions, classrooms, and courses from the Admin Dashboard. Invite teachers to the subscription, so they can create or import and manage their own classrooms. Schools and Classrooms are two different entities. A school can have multiple classrooms attached Now with a quick glance from your Admin Dashboard, you can get important statistics about your school’s progress!

Coding for Kids

coding courses make for a great district-wide computer science curriculum


 Prepares students for the future:
As technology continues to advance at a rapid pace, coding skills will become increasingly important for future generations. A district-wide computer science curriculum such as CodeMonkey can help ensure that students are prepared for the technological challenges and opportunities of the future.

 Fosters problem-solving skills:
Through coding, students learn to break down complex problems into smaller, manageable parts, and develop logical and analytical thinking skills.

 Encourages creativity:
Coding also encourages students to be creative and think outside the box as they come up with solutions to problems.

 Provides practical, job-ready skills:
With the increasing demand for tech-related jobs, coding courses can help prepare students for careers in fields such as software development, data analysis, and web development.


 Encourages diversity in tech:
By making coding accessible to all students, regardless of their gender, ethnicity, or socio-economic background, coding courses can help address the underrepresentation of certain groups in the tech industry.

 Promotes digital literacy:
Coding courses can help students develop essential skills needed to navigate and utilize technology in an increasingly digital world.

 Develops collaboration skills:
Coding often involves working in teams or pairs, which helps students develop communication and collaboration skills.

 Aligns with current trends and initiatives:
The emphasis on computer science education has been growing in recent years, with many schools and districts implementing coding courses as part of their curriculum. This aligns with initiatives such as the Hour of Code and the Computer Science for All initiative.

No coding experience is required for schools and district Teachers

CodeMonkey is designed as a platform with fully-guided lesson plans, making it accessible to instructors in schools and districts, regardless of their prior coding experience. Our comprehensive resources ensure that anyone can teach the CodeMonkey courses, even without a background in Computer Science.

CodeMonkey provides fully-guided lesson plans tailored for schools and districts. CodeMonkey also offers detailed video tutorials for our lesson plans.

Monitor & assess students progress

Save time and effort for schools and districts with our Teacher Dashboard, which allows you to easily monitor the progress of students. Through the dashboard, you can track how far your students have advanced in the courses and evaluate their performance. This makes it easier to identify specific topics where students may be struggling and address them accordingly. Our automatic grading system also saves valuable time when assessing students.

Text-based coding in the classroom

In today’s technology-driven world, software usage is ubiquitous, and text-based coding is a fundamental skill for students in schools and districts. Teaching children how to code not only equips them with problem-solving skills in the Computer Science realm but also nurtures creativity, logic, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities that can be applied in both their personal and professional lives, now and in the future. Text-based coding is the preferred language used in 99% of all software products today, making it a valuable skill for students in schools and districts to develop.


Anyone can teach! No prior coding experience is needed. Courses are browser-based and require an active Internet connection. The platform can be used with Desktops / Laptops / Tablets / iPads.

The Admin and classroom dashboards provide a comprehensive overview of your account for each school or district.

The programming language used in CodeMonkey is called CoffeeScript. It’s a language that compiles to JavaScript, and similarly to JavaScript it is used in the industry primarily for web applications. We chose this language for a few reasons, but mainly because of its friendly syntax, which resembles the way we write in English, compared to other programming languages.

Please ask about custom locked-in pricing for districts. Email and we will be happy to answer all your questions about District Subscriptions.

Ready to bring CodeMonkey to your School or District?

Send us a request or arrange a demo session and we’ll get back to you shortly.