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Technology Program

Holliston High School feels strongly that preparation for the 21st Century requires a strong use of computer technology in education and productivity. Today's students must have a solid background in how to use technology creatively, collaboratively, and constructively in order to be successful in most future academic and career programs.

Transition to One-to-One Chromebooks

In the Spring of 2016, Holliston residents approved funding for HHS to purchase Chromebook laptops for two grades of students. This marks the beginning of a transition from a BYOD program to a One-to-One Chromebook Initiative.

In the 2017-2018 school year, students in grades 9 and 10 will be issued Chromebooks for use in their daily academics. By giving each student a Chromebook, HHS can ensure a consistent, equitable technology learning experience. Grade 11 students will have the option to "opt out" of the Chromebook program, as they did in 2016-2017. Students in Grade 12 will continue following the BYOD program by bringing personal laptops to school.

Please see the July 19, 2017 communication to parents and guardians about the specifics of Chromebook form dues dates and distribution.