The tech partner for k-12 schools

Skill Struck makes computer science exciting and accessible for students while providing relevant, valuable resources for teachers.

For families
Help your kids and teenagers turn screen-time into skill-time.
Start for free.

Voyage for educators

Skill Struck's Voyage software makes CS education easy to implement in your organization at every grade level.

Teachers love Skill Struck.
Students can't put it down.
Tools & resources give administrators the power they need.
From a teacher we love:
"I love Skill Struck!
Everything is clear, concise, and it has all the wows!
This is going to be an amazing journey; teaching students here at our school."
Shawn Kaine
Computer Science Lead
Garfield County School District
  • Auto-grader that saves teachers hours of work every week.
  • 100+ pre-made Lesson Plans for every grade K-12 that meet the Computer Science Standards (Subject Lesson Plans and Cross-Curricular Lesson Plans)
  • Live Chat Support for teachers to ask any form of questions.
  • Progress-Tracking Dashboard for teachers to quickly see where students are at in the material. Also, detailed analysis of each student and his/her work.
  • Curriculum that empowers the teacher, and isn’t confusing or out of touch.
Students can't put it down
  • Curriculum that is engaging and accessible for all students, regardless of their background.
    (Python, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, Javascript)
  • Learning experiences that develop real-life tech and success skills.
    (problem solving, creativity, losing the fear of failure)
  • Dynamic Code Page with coding challenges.
  • Gamification and Avatar Picker designed for kids and teens.
  • Student Portfolio to show off projects.
Tools & Resources for Administrators
  • We provide the software and resources to make computer science an equitable experience for the entire school district.
  • We provide meaningful introductions and connections to industry partners interested in education.
  • Progress-Tracking Dashboard to view how schools and classes are progressing in computer science.