The upper school has a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy for students. Every upper school student is required to bring a device with a keyboard that is capable of accessing the internet and using Google Apps for Education. This type of technology access allows for exciting teaching and learning opportunities in the classroom. Students who attended Bosque School in middle school will be given their Chromebook to continue using or they can choose to bring a different device. We do not want the program to be an overwhelming financial burden for any family. Please contact the upper school division head if you have concerns about providing a device for your student.
Bosque School recommends students use a Chromebook. This recommendation is based on ease of maintenance, speed, affordability, and reliability; however, a Mac or Windows laptop fulfills the requirement. Families will get better prices and be able to purchase a Chromebook that suits their needs by individually purchasing from Amazon, Best Buy, or Costco. The school has had the good experiences with ASUS and Acer Chromebooks. If you are looking for a low-cost, reliable Chromebook, we recommend the ASUS C204E.
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. We value the consistent, enhanced classroom experience this program makes possible for our students.