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1:1 iPad Program

Seeking to integrate technology into classrooms and improve teaching and learning equitably, Burke launched the mission-driven 1:1 iPad program in 2012. 
The goal is to equip every student with appropriate technology for learning and ensure that access to technology is equitable. Providing all students with the same device allows the faculty and the Academic Tech Team to manage the devices, including the apps installed on them. Burke also trains and supports teachers in taking advantage of the iPads' strengths: creativity, mobility, and interactivity.

Note: high school students may bring their iPads home, while middle school iPads remain on campus.
Who gets an iPad?
All students enrolled in 6th-12th grade at Burke will receive an iPad and a keyboard case during Orientation.
Are there any additional costs for families?
We do not charge for the iPads.
May students use their personal iPads instead?
No. The program works best when each student has the same model, with the same apps. The school also can take care of all maintenance on the school-issued iPads.
Co-ed, progressive, college prep school in Washington, DC featuring a challenging curriculum in an inclusive environment for grades 6-12.