hp-slideshow landing

Ursuline Academy is a school with a technology focus. It embodies this focus through the meaningful integration of technology into the academic curriculum and in the active shaping of its students as digital citizens. Students and employees are educated in the appropriate use of technology and principles of responsible digital citizenship are reinforced through school policies.

With a strong commitment to technology training for all teachers, Ursuline encourages creative and innovative uses of digital resources in the classroom.

Faculty across all disciplines engage in ongoing professional development to learn how ever-evolving technology resources can be used in ways which strengthen the student educational experience.

As one of the first schools in the country to implement a 1:1 laptop program (1996), Ursuline was named a 1998 Laureate as an "innovative user of information technology" by The Computerworld Smithsonian Awards. The technology program was also recognized as a Selected Program for Improving Catholic Education at the 1999 SPICE Symposium, sponsored by the National Catholic Educational Association.