Recognized by Microsoft, IBM, and Lenovo as a leader in integrating technology into curriculum, Carrollton is committed to preparing our students for their future, one that can hardly be imagined. What we do know is that critical thinking skills will be crucial to our students' success. Today’s learners are digital natives, theirs is a digital world; their future will be more strongly affected by technology. Sound integration of technology into the curriculum depends on student access to technology, on-going faculty-staff training and a strong infrastructure. Our highly trained, professional faculty ensures that curriculum drives our decisions regarding technology.
Thus the use of technology enhances our students' development as critical thinkers and as learners. Initially, students use classroom desktops and the Primary School computer lab. The Fourth Grade is introduced to the concept of laptops as learning tools. By the Fifth Grade, each student works with her own laptop as she develops as a learner. All students, faculty and staff enjoy working in both wired and wireless environments. The recent introduction of SMART interactive white boards and digital projectors across all grades has allowed faculty and students to interact with the technology in a more collaborative manner. Teachers and students alike are being challenged to rethink the learning process. This integration of technology into the learning environment helps our students to communicate more effectively, to expand their learning beyond the walls of their classrooms and to make sense of the immeasurable amount of information accessible to them in the world today. What is most striking about the program is the student's engagement and excitement in learning.