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The Montgomery Academy’s investment in instructional technology reflects our commitment to providing a modern learning environment that aligns with our students’ intellectual curiosity. Using appropriate technology in our libraries and classrooms, students are empowered to conduct critical research, enhancing collaboration and producing high-quality educational materials.
MA integrates digital citizenship into student learning across all levels, making it an intrinsic part of their activities. This focus requires students to uphold the highest standards of honesty and integrity in accordance with our honor code.

Lower School (Grades K-4) At each grade level, our teachers have access to a classroom set of iPads. Students advance through the grades, mastering basic computer skills, touch typing, and developing proficiency in email communication and web-based research. Beyond these skills, our students apply their learning creatively by producing digital art, videos, and presentations. These projects are shared with classmates, teachers, and parents, fostering a community of learning and expression.

Lower School students work on iPads
A Middle School student uses her iPad in Speech & Debate class

Middle School (Grades 5-8) In Middle School, our technology curriculum evolves to further refine typing skills while incorporating digital literacy, citizenship, and leadership. Starting in fifth grade, students participate in a 1-to-1 iPad program. The program extends their educational reach beyond traditional classrooms, offering multimedia resources for use both at home and in school.

Upper School (Grades 9-12) Students engage in a comprehensive 1-to-1 MacBook program, which seamlessly integrates technology into their advanced curriculum. This innovative approach not only enhances traditional learning methods but also opens doors to a broader range of courses, including those that require higher levels of technological engagement and digital literacy. Through this program, students are equipped with the necessary tools to explore and excel in diverse subjects, from the sciences to the arts, encouraging both creative and analytical thinking. This exposure to technology in an educational setting also prepares them for the demands of modern higher education and the workforce. Moreover, it fosters a learning environment where students can collaborate more effectively, access a wealth of online resources, and develop essential skills like research, digital communication, and self-directed learning.

Upper School students use their MacBooks in the classroom

Meet Our Technology Office

John Tracy

Director of Technology

Jackson Dean


IT Specialist