Each student in grades 6–12 receives an iPad with school-standard apps and digital content determined by grade and division. Each division will also have a cart of MacBooks to share. In grades TK–5, each class has a set of iPads, and the Lower School has a cart of MacBooks to share.
The apps include various ways of accessing digital content, organizing coursework, creating content, organizing work, managing workflow, and assessing student work. Specific apps vary by division and/or department.
Home Internet Filtering Suggestions FIltering comes in many shapes and sizes. We're created a separate page specifically on Internet Filtering to help demystify and help educate families on some options for filtering at home.
See Middle School history teacher Spencer Dicks's insights on the value of digital and nondigital tools and resources in his class. (Click the video to play.)
Isaac Asimov's Interview with Bill Moyers, 1988
Trinity's Policy on Technology and Learning
In an effort to explain the Trinity distinctives regarding a classical, Christian, unhurried education and technology, the Education Committee developed this Board-approved Policy on Technology and Learning.