Your child's learning experience will be enhanced through the use of technology throughout his/her career at MHS. Nearly 2,000 computers in classrooms, labs, libraries, and student residences are available to students at all grade levels. Elementary school students use Macintosh computers, while middle school students use Windows XP operating system based computers and high school students use laptop computers.
The School's high school is one of the most technologically well-equipped buildings on campus with a building-wide wireless data network. All students in grades 11 and 12 are assigned a laptop computer, which is a vital tool for individual and group course work, research, homework, and communications. In grades 9 and 10, teams of students are guided in the use of wireless laptops in the classroom.
A variety of supplemental hardware, Smart boards and projectors, scanners, digital cameras, and other technologies offer additional learning and skill-building opportunities for all students.
Throughout the School, students, faculty, and parents/sponsors can communicate via e-mail, and the School's Web site provides an updated calendar and schedule of important events, as well as general information about the School. The Internet is available throughout the campus via a high-speed connection and is filtered for appropriate content by a proxy server.
The Learning Resources Center (LRC) supports student achievement in a variety of ways: a two-story library, electronic databases for research, data ports and wireless access for student laptop computers, classroom software, a video-on-demand service, robotics, and a distance learning computer lab.