The education technology program gives students powerful tools and skills to perform in the modern world.
Starting in Kindergarten, students learn to use technology to enhance their units of study. In the early grades, they learn the basics of keyboarding and using the mouse, navigating computer systems and the internet, and learn a variety of software programs. In the upper grades, students' study of technology enhances the rigorous academic program by building student research skills. They learn to safely and effectively use a variety of internet research tools, software to create outlines for research projects, and presentation tools such as powerpoint to effectively communicate their learning. Their study of technology culminates in a 3-D modeling program.
Internet is available on a password-accessible, secure network to every student and teacher in each classroom, the School Library, and two state-of-the-art PC labs. The School is equipped with a network of over 150 computers and SmartBoards in every classroom. Laptops, laser color printers, scanners, digital cameras, camcorders, and drawing tablets are also available. Every classroom is equipped with at least three computers, DVD players, and presentation monitors. A seamless network makes it possible for students to securely access their documents, perform research on the Internet, use software, and print from any room in the School.