Technology Program

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  • A 21st Century School

    The Pine School is a 21st century school and keeps pace (and leads!) with advancements in technology, effect changes in the curriculum and the manner in which the curriculum is delivered - while also effectively managing information and communication both internally and externally.
To live and work successfully in our global society, Pine School students will require different knowledge, skills, and attitudes than previous generations.

We believe that technology available today for educational use offers unique opportunities to enhance instruction and learning - empowering students to be more proactive in the acquisition of knowledge.

The Pine School uses technology to enhance its 21st century curriculum and student learning through our laptop program, smart classroom initiatives, wireless environments, and use of state-of-the-art tools to enrich the learning process. We use myPINE as our Online Portal and Google Workspace for Education as our communications and productivity suite. All of our systems are platform-independent and are accessed through a web browser or tablet device.

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  • myPINE

    myPINE is our school management system that provides an online portal for parent and student information.
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  • Google Workspace for Education

    The Pine School has established a partnership with Google, which provides centralized cloud-based access to email, documents, shared calendars, collaboration tools and much more.
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  • Laptops / Devices

    As part of The Pine School’s 21st-century educational program, students in Grades 9-12 are required to have devices that support our curriculum. The Pine School allows students to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).
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  • Computer Labs and iPads

    Throughout the School, digital and analog tools blend seamlessly, preparing students to be adept at both. It is common to see a class during which half of the students are researching on Laptops or iPads while the other half reads books.
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  • Makerspaces

    During STEM courses students are given time to work in these dynamic spaces, where they can use their hands and minds to make, conceive, design, and create while applying a myriad of concepts such as science, technology, engineering, art, math, communication, and teamwork.
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  • STEM and Coding

    In K-4, students are introduced to coding through applications such as Minecraft EDU, Scratch Jr., Lightbot, and Bee-Bot.
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  • Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

    In Grades 5-12, students are introduced to Augmented and Virtual Reality through applications such as Oculus Rift, Google Expeditions, and other VR/AR applications.
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  • Digital Citizenship

    Digital media and technology are evolving at a dizzying pace, both unlocking extraordinary opportunities and posing real risks for young people.
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The Pine School is an independent college preparatory school educating students in Kindergarten through 12th Grade.