About the iPad Program

iPads leverage the best of modern technology to transform how teachers teach and how students learn. At Keystone, we will use iPads to modify, not replace, current practices.

Our students must be digitally literate in order to be collaborators and communicators making global contributions; we want them to be able to synthesize information from multiple sources and communicate using technology.

Keystone School is committed to providing the best education possible for its students. Access to iPads will provide students with access to not only Internet resources but various types of educational applications (Apps).

The objectives of this program are to:

  • replace textbooks and other printed materials
  • provide an organized note-taking platform
  • provide an online research tool
  • provide a platform to facilitate individual and group work
  • provide access to a learning management system for managing homework, class assignments, quizzes and tests
  • provide a platform for video or audio copies of lectures
  • provide a platform to access library and academic resources in order to build digital literacy skills in students


Key Features

  • All middle school students will receive an iPad to use at both school and home.
  • Some textbooks will now be in a digital format on the iPad.
  • Students will have access to many different types of learning apps and programs, including Google Drive.