Prepare your child for 21st-century learning at Gilmour Academy, where our best-in-class technology program enhances every student’s education to develop agile, adaptable, lifelong learners.
In today’s rapidly changing classroom, one-to-one and bring-your-own device programs are the norm. But we know that educational technology is only as useful as the results it achieves.That’s why we are continuously investing in the future of education. We’ve integrated technology into every classroom—with seamless IT support and proven strategies to block distractions and encourage ethical decision-making—and created a dynamic four-year master plan that keeps students, faculty and administration on the same page.
At Gilmour, we never lose sight of why technology is actually important for 21st-century learning—the development of agile, adaptable learners who aren’t afraid to acquire new skills and adopt exciting new methods for learning enhancement and productivity.
Gilmour Academy empowers students and teachers to learn from and demonstrate mastery of a core suite of technology tools employed in our Montessori through Upper School classrooms, creating user-friendly, visually appealing, well-organized classroom experiences aimed at developing exceptional student projects that far exceed expectations.
Upper and Middle school students interested in more fully exploring digital design and engineering principles can choose from computer science electives and AP course offerings or join one of Gilmour Academy’s growing number of robotics teams or computer-focused extracurriculars.
Highly motivated students making up the GilmourIT Club provide in-school technical support service and occasional training, overseen by a dedicated staff of certified and experienced information experts who maintain high-level systems and provide expert troubleshooting when necessary. In addition, the industry-standard tools and practices taught in our classrooms have earned Gilmour recognition as a regional training hub and best-practices showcase for other educational institutions developing their own educational technology programs.