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 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.

Campus Technology

  • A schoolwide wireless network that is both robust and secure
  • For our Middle School students, we provide a Chromebook for each student to use for both classwork and homework.
  • For our High School students, we have a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) program, where students select their preferred device (Chromebook, Macbook, or PC Laptop) to use each day.
  • Access to the myLuHi learning management system for teachers, parents, and students.
  • All teachers and students have Google accounts through our Google Workplace suite. Gmail, Google Docs, Google Slides, and other Google products are used on a daily basis to develop collaboration and communication skills.
  • Specific discipline-based technology tools – such as cameras, probes, and a digital language lab – are available throughout campus.
  • Teachers balance the use of technology with off-line activities to provide a robust learning experience for students
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