There are four main hubs of technology at Collegiate. Each provides a space for boys to learn and discover, as well as to problem solve and fix issues. Technology may be the focus in these spaces, but our hope is that they inspire adoption and integration into other spaces and subjects.
In the Lower School the boys attend classes in a room that houses robotics equipment, desktops, and iPads. The Middle School Makerspace is equipped with a wide range of tools that allow for a computer science and design curriculum as well as individual expression. Power tools, a sewing machine, saws, and 3D printers allow the boys to follow the design thinking process. The Upper School students have access to a computer lab, a section of the library that is equipped with desktops, and a Mac Lab for digital photography. Finally, the support hub houses the IT staff who are accessible for support.
Every classroom in the school allows teachers to project, interact with a whiteboard, cast the students work on to the board, and, where needed, to share work through a document camera.