“We need to find a way to embrace all forms of technology in the classroom and use them to our advantage. By training students to use technology appropriately and effectively and providing opportunities for them to reach learning targets through its usage, we create a situation in which students are engaged in learning.” – Brad Kuntz, ASCD

Saint Stanislaus views technology as one of the many tools employed in the educational process. While we strongly believe in preparing our students for technology in the 21st century, we want our students to be strong in critical thinking skills and not be dependent on the internet. Our belief is that technology and the internet should be a resource and not the primary objective in the middle school and high school level.

Saint Stanislaus offers a number of computer electives for our juniors and seniors. Courses range from the basics such as keyboarding and computer applications to higher level applications including graphic design, web design, and AP Computer Science Principals.