The school recognizes the pre-eminent role of
information technology in today's world, therefore, computers are
universally available throughout the building. Through the financial
assistance of diocesan grants, the Schools Libraries Corporation (SLC),
federal and state monies and school families, the school has stayed
current with computer hardware and software in addition to providing
staff and student instruction. A technology coordinator is available to
assist faculty and students. Computers throughout the school and lab are
networked and have Internet access.
All students in grades 1-8 receive formal
instruction in computer literacy. A sequential curriculum in computer
literacy, designed by the Diocese, is implemented. Students are assisted
in accessing, generating, processing, and transferring information by
using appropriate technologies. Software and Internet based programs in
every curriculum area are available to support major concepts and to
communicate information. Smartboards are available in all classrooms.
Many areas of the building have wireless technology.