At University Laboratory School, we understand that we are preparing students for careers that do not even exist yet in our increasingly technological world. As such, we go well beyond the basics of teaching computer skills. We help our students develop the habits of critical thinking and problem solving so they may easily adapt to the inevitable changes in technology that they will face throughout their lives.
Here, technology is used for collaboration, communication, creativity and innovation. From coding in the early elementary years to digital arts using the most up-to-date industry standard software in high school, ULS students participate in cross-curricular projects focused on team work, project management, client designer models, conflict resolution and compromise.
Our students learn to use technology to become global citizens through online resources that reinforce classroom lessons about the world and the perspectives of other cultures and nationalities.
The ULS Technology Program is aligned with the school’s overall goal of teaching the whole child for future success.