In Kindergarten a technology teacher visits the boys in the classroom. They are introduced to programming by using Bee-bots. Technology classes in the labs run from first grade to fifth grade. The curriculum largely focuses on computer science, design, and digital media. It also includes digital citizenship lessons, typing, and some basic preparation for file storage and organization. In all grades, technologists push into classes to assist or lead projects.
In eighth grade the boys have an option of taking the Engineering and Design course. This yearlong class is offered to give students an opportunity to explore the worlds of 3D design, electronics, and programming in an in-depth, project based course. The curriculum introduces the boys to power tools, soldering irons, 3D printers, and a whole host of other tools and disciplines that they marry together to create from their imaginations.
In the Upper School, Computer Science is offered. This course covers Java and all the algorithms, data structures and programming concepts in the AP Computer Science curriculum. Students write a number of programs over the course of the school year and develop a solid foundation of object oriented programming skills as well as an understanding of the fundamentals of computer science.