• Photo One: Trinity Wilkins utilizes adaptive equipment to view his iPad.


    Students at the Cedar Springs Academy use a variety of access technology devices to help them in their educational activities. From computer voice output devices to smart boards, we have an interactive and hands-on approach to learning. The technology keeps students engaged and focused on the activity at hand, whether it be learning math, using flip charts, playing educational games, or taking a virtual field trip.
    Every classroom is equipped with a smart board enabling students to learn from interactive activities, educational websites, and educational television. Students also learn from described and captioned media programs. Through our one-to-one technology initiative, students are provided iPads or MacBooks, beginning in second grade, to use throughout the school year.