Learning Goes Digital at Maranatha High School

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5:00 pm | July 23, 2013

It was a historic day at Maranatha High School last week as each student received an iPad Mini as part of the school’s groundbreaking new 1:1 eLearning program. Maranatha’s annual Parent Info Days took on new meaning this year as families arrived to gather important information for the start of school, but also to receive their new iPad Mini. Recognizing the ever-increasing importance of digital technology in the lives of students worldwide, Maranatha High School is one of the first schools in the nation to utilize iPad Minis schoolwide. Maranatha students will not only be able to read their textbooks on their iPads, but engage in digital learning in and out of the classroom and across the curriculum.

Maranatha’s Parent Info Days were filled with activities and information including a food tasting from their Minutemen Café, a uniform store, and opportunities to speak with representatives from the Guidance, Athletics, and Advancement departments. Maranatha’s three parent organizations were also present, including the Booster Club which supports the school’s athletic program and state-of-the-art facilities; the Friends of Maranatha Arts which assists the visual arts programs; and the Parent Association which teams with the school to support faculty and faith at MHS.

Maranatha offers a quality, co-ed, college preparatory education in the context of intentional Christian faith. For more information, contact the Admissions Office at (626) 817-4021 and visit www.maranatha-hs.org. Tuition assistance is available.