San Jacinto Christian Academy student technology usage is viewed as a tool to help engage students in the classroom. Devices in the classrooms aid our instructors; not replace them. Technology is used to broaden students learning quests and to familiarize pupils with a variety of platforms while building strong digital citizens.
Elementary Technology Classes
Elementary students attend technology class once a week. Technology classes focus on digital learning. Topics such as digital citizenship, the Google Suite, coding, and other on-line applications are utilized. Outside of computer classes 2nd though 5th graders have access to a Chromebooks for in-class learning. All student Chromebooks are protected by a cloud-based, aggressive, content web filter.
Kindergarteners and 1st graders have access to shared iPads to enhance learning interactions.
Middle School Technology Opportunities
Middle school students complete one semester of computer applications.
Middle school students also have access to a student-assigned Chromebook. These devices are to remain on-campus. Chromebooks and Google Classroom are used by their instructors as an educational aid. All student Chromebooks are protected by a cloud-based, aggressive, content web filter.
High School Technology
SJCA High School students are issued one-to-one Chromebook devices for each school year. High school students and instructors utilize Google Classroom to organize assignments and announcements. Junior and Senior students may enroll in dual-credit classes through and accredited college program. All student Chromebooks are protected by a cloud-based, aggressive, content web filter.