St. Michael's School actively encourages and uses technology to aid students in their learning, fostering basic computer skills and research based learning and skills. Classes have access to a fully equipped computer room for direct instruction and for use in a variety of projects and events.
iPads are also used for teaching and learning, with students being afforded a number of timetabled slots to use one of three sets of 12 iPads assigned to the Junior, Middle and Senior schools. There is also an iPad assigned to every classroom for the teacher to use to enhance learning and to make a record of children's learning using Google Classroom and SeeSaw.
Our classrooms in the old building are also fitted with state of the art View Sonic '4K View Boards', with further plans to update interactive whiteboards in the Cois Life Building in the future.