Pine Crest School educators embrace technology as an important part of their resource-rich collection of teaching tools. A team of educational technologists work with Lower, Middle, and Upper School teachers how to best integrate technology into core lessons.

Computer science is introduced in Pre-Kindergarten and offered throughout Lower and Middle School with increasing levels of complexity. Upper School students may choose to expand their coding knowledge through courses, competitive robotics teams, or clubs.

Each Lower School classroom and library is equipped with laptop and desktop computers and iPads. Computers and iPads access the library catalogs and the online databases, as well as age- and grade-appropriate educational software. Each Pine Crest students in grades three, four, and five has access to a Chromebook.

Pine Crest School e-mail addresses are assigned to students beginning in the first grade to use for subscription sites and Google applications. Beginning in the sixth grade students may use their email addresses for sending and receiving communications, and laptops are required for all Middle and Upper School students. Click here for information on Pine Crest's laptop program.

Wireless access to Pine Crest's network allows students and faculty to work in an atmosphere of anywhere, anytime learning. Students access teachers' resources, submit assignments, and take some assessments via Schoology, which is Pine Crest School's eLearning platform.