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Computers and technology

At Springfield Central State High School, our eLearning vision ensures technology is a tool used to enhance teaching and learning. Technology in education facilitates the creation and sharing of knowledge, it is more than just a method of retrieving information. IT devices are a powerful means of differentiating and personalizing a student’s education. Springfield Central State High School is committed to moving students and staff forward in a contemporary learning environment.
Our Device programs respond to our ever-changing, global-working environment and gives our students the tools and know how to allow them to succeed. Today’s students are born into a world that has digital technology as a standard, not a luxury.
As a school, we aim to deliver learning anywhere and anytime, and the BYOD program is the perfect solution, together with innovative teaching strategies. We need to challenge students to engage and learn in ways that they will use in the workforce and as productive and responsible digital citizens.

School IT Facilities

There are a range of Information Technology (IT) facilities at Springfield Central State High School. These facilities are designed to meet the needs of curriculum and to assist students in developing skills required for the future.

The school IT facilities include:

  • 20 Desktop Computers in the Library for General use
  • 10 computer labs containing 28 PCs each including specialist labs
  • 4 mobile trolleys with 15 laptops
  • 130 Tablets for 1:1 take home program (see links on the left for details)
  • 180 iPad Devices across Multiple Departments​
  • Epson Interactive Wireless Projectors in each classroom
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