Long Island Lutheran Middle & High School: A private Christian school serving grades 6-12
Library & Technology
The LuHi Library
The LuHi Library is home to fiction and non-fiction books, reference materials, and e-books.
The Library collection is also home to a variety of electronic resources, including databases, encyclopedias, and other subscription services.
Academic classes utilize the library resources for a variety of research projects throughout the school year.
The LuHi Library is made up of four small rooms, including a computer lab, a reading room, and a classroom/meeting space.
Students may use the library before or after school, and seniors may come to the library during their study hall periods.
A schoolwide wireless network that is both robust and secure
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) program where students select their preferred device to use as part of the educational program each day. Students can choose from iPads, Chromebooks, Macbooks, or PC Laptops
Access to the myLuHi learning management system for teachers, parents, and students
Various computer labs located around campus with printing capabilities
All teachers and students have Google accounts through our Google Apps for Education suite. Gmail, Google Docs, Google Slides, and other Google products are used on a daily basis to promote and develop collaboration and communication skills.
Specific discipline-based technology tools - such as cameras, probes, SmartBoards, and a wireless language lab - are available throughout campus