Bishop Noll began its 1:1 iPad initiative for its students in the fall of 2018. This program provides students with the technology necessary to be successful in this digital age and allows them to expand their learning possibilities infinitely.
The decision to adopt iPads as the 1:1 device was simple: they’re cost-effective for the school, they’re mobile, they’re representative of this generation’s technology, and they allow students to express their creativity through technology. As an enhancement to our challenging curriculum and our skillful faculty, the iPad is a tool for students to nurture their already-budding skills necessary to be a 21st-century thinker, such as critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, social responsibility and technology literacy.
As always, Jesus Christ is the driving force behind this initiative, and as we strive to cultivate future change makers of the world, our primary goal with this program is for our students to become digital citizens through Christ.