Freshmen are going 1:1!

At CVC we believe students can make the greatest impact for Christ when they are equipped with the tools and skills necessary to engage their world. Technology is a growing part of our students’ lives, and staying true to our mission statement, we seek to connect biblical truth with everyday living by encouraging responsible behavior while preparing our students for the world ahead.

As a part of our 2015-16 technology initiative, CVC is launching a pilot 1:1 (one device for every student) program with all incoming freshmen for the 2015-2016 school year.

Incoming freshmen will be provided a Chromebook through donations unrelated to tuition, so there will be no cost to parents or students. This will allow our teachers to make use of online tools like Google apps, web content, and Chrome extensions without the distraction of leaving their classroom for a computer lab. Each device will have web content filtering enabled 24/7, and students can have personalized access to classroom content while away from school.

CVC has been using Google Apps for Education (GAFE) for several years and the recent introduction of Chromebooks to the education sector is an excellent way to further take advantage of the tools our teachers and students are already using. We’re excited for the possibilities this adds to our current curriculum, and where it will take our students!

For more information on the program, you can view the FAQ document here.

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