The educational culture within the school, at the levels of administration, faculty and students, promotes technology as a critical element in the learning process.
Learning spaces are flexible learning environments that seamlessly integrate technology to enhance student engagement and learning.
Students collaborate, publish and interact with peers, experts and other audiences around the world.
Adaptive learning technologies adapt to each student’s progress and adjust content in real time or provide customized exercises when needed.
Teachers use data across class users to provide personalized instruction and gather insights into the design and adaptation of curricula.
Students are engaged in creative, high-order problem solving through hands-on design, construction and iteration in a MakerSpace.
Every student has the opportunity to learn computer programming.
Through the use of virtual reality immersive experiences, students gain perspective on large-scale global issues and are exposed to places they may not be able to visit otherwise.
Through ongoing professional development, teachers acquire the knowledge and skills needed to engage students in exploring real-world issues using a variety of digital tools and resources to solve authentic problems.
All members of the school community use technology and the Internet in a responsible way.