Upper School BYOD Program
Trinity Valley School's Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program is designed to help students develop the digital literacy and computer skills needed for their rapidly-changing, complex, global, and technology rich future. The school's BYOD model enables students to use a device that they are most comfortable using to enhance their learning.
The upper school curriculum is designed leverage technology in ways that help each student develop a range of skills to create, evaluate, and share information clearly, efficiently, and effectively.
The following specifications only apply to students who will be attending the upper school for the first time during the 2019-2020 school year.
Please provide your child with one of the types of computing devices shown below. Other devices including iPads, Chromebooks, Smartphones and e-readers, such as Kindles, do not meet our minimum specifications.
- Do I have to buy a new computer?
- Are there any recommendations regarding what device to purchase?
- Are students required to bring in a personally owned device?
- Who pays for the devices?
- What about the Office Suite?
- Does my child still need a graphing calculator?
- Should I purchase an extended warranty?
- Are students expected to use these devices at home?
- What about students who are on financial aid?
- Are there any recommended and required accessories?
- What software do students need installed on their devices?
- Will devices be used in every class?
- What about printing?
- What if students forget their device and need it for class?
- What should students do with their devices when they are not being used?
- WHAT IF A STUDENT'S LAPTOP NEEDS TO BE REPAIRED?
- What happens if a digital device is lost or stolen?
- WHO SHOULD I CONTACT IF I HAVE ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?