Students in K – 3 have access to iPads for learning. Technology is seamlessly integrated into the curriculum as a tool for teaching and learning. Students have access to apps that allow them to demonstrate their creativity and to effectively communicate their understanding across various subject areas and projects.
Grades 1 – 3 have supervised use of the Internet, and a variety of software programs permit students to write, present, communicate, organize, research, manipulate data, analyze, create and think more effectively.
Students in grades 4 and 5 are able to strengthen their technology skills with the introduction of the personal laptop program. In the middle school, an elective engineering course is offered, which includes the study of robotics and use of the robotics lab in Gates Learning Center.
In the Academy, technology-themed courses are offered in digital arts (art, photography and video), engineering and a computer science independent study course in iOs App development. Using today's online learning technologies, Academy students may also take advantage of a variety of credit-courses through Global Online Academy partner schools.
Courses in select technology topics are also available through Summer School.
Technology permeates almost every facility on campus, and most classrooms are equipped with computers, interactive boards or other equipment. Beyond that, technology-focused facilities include:
- Gates Learning Center, Case Middle School
- Roy and Estelle L. Kelley Educational Technology Center, Cooke Library