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Technology in the Upper School

At Catlin Gabel, technology is integrated into each division. The school is a dual platform campus supporting both Macintosh and Windows computers. The nearly 800 computers on our campus network include a Lower School lab, three Middle School laptop carts, and one Upper School lab. In the fall of 2002, the Upper School implemented a comprehensive laptop program, making computer technology accessible to every student. If you would like to learn more about laptops at Catlin Gabel, please see our Laptop Program page.

Digital cameras and word processors are used in the Beginning School to document the children's work and the stories they tell. In the Lower School, students are introduced to keyboarding, word processing, research skills, and create their first computer projects. iPads and laptops are the primary tools in the Lower School. Word processing, research, electronic presentations, web design, spreadsheets and databases are integrated into many curriculum areas in both the Middle and Upper Schools. The Upper School also offers a series of computer science classes and art classes that use technology as their primary tool.


For more information about technology at Catlin Gabel, please contact:

Daisy Steele
Associate Director of Information Technology
8825 SW Barnes Road
Portland OR 97225
503-297-1894 ext. 264
e-mail: steeled@catlin.edu