Developing the Talent of Tomorrow

Virginia is the first state in the nation to adopt Computer Science standards across the K-12 curriculum, integrating these disciplines into Standards of Learning (SOLs) in 2016.

  • CodeVA offers free professional development training for Virginia public school educators, other education professionals, and school districts. 
  • CodeRVA Regional High School in Richmond, Virginia, is an innovative public high school preparing students for college and careers in computer science.
  • Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJ) in Fairfax, Virginia, uses a highly integrated STEM curriculum and ranks No. 1 overall and No. 5 Best STEM High School in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Denbigh High School in Newport News, Virginia, runs a nationally recognized Aviation Academy to introduce students to engineering.
  • The Tech Pathways Initiative is a regional program designed to enlighten students about the forecasted explosion of tech-based jobs and how it will enable them to creatively solve tomorrow’s complex challenges.