Pope Saint John Paul II Catholic Academy strives to be on the leading edge of incorporating technology into the school day. We believe that effective use of technology in the classroom is vital to each child’s academic success especially in these contemporary times. Through sustained teacher training and collaboration, our students are exposed to the latest and most beneficial technology applications available.


Over the years, student computer labs have been installed, as well as interactive Smartboard projector technology. Our two campus computer labs utilize the most updated software and computers available.

In addition to computer labs, students in PreK-3rd Grade use iPads and Tablets and students in 4th-8th Grade use Chromebooks and laptops in their classrooms.


Realizing the need to prepare students to navigate a very different world, the Academy is committed to helping students learn what they will need to be successful in the 21st century.


Our technological formation includes:


  • General keyboarding skills
  • Researching skills are developed as students prepare reports and other literary works.
  • Use content-related tools, software, and simulations to support learning and research
  • Apply productivity /multimedia tools and peripherals to support personal productivity, group collaboration and learning throughout the curriculum
  • Demonstrate the test editing features of a word processing document
  • Demonstrate the special formatting features of a word processing program
  • Plot and use different types of charts and graphs
  • Use PowerPoint to create projects and assignments
  • Construct a simple spreadsheet
  • Students utilize Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other software.




In our changing times, e-Learning plans must be incorporated in schools and classrooms at all times.

Preschool through 3rd Grade uses Seesaw as a learning platform for communicating and 4th-8th Grade uses Google Classroom.  In addition, teachers communicate with students via Google Meets for live lessons.