Maranatha High School made history this summer by putting iPad Minis in the hands of every one of their students to use throughout the year, as part of their groundbreaking 1:1 eLearning program.
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 school-wide.
Maranatha students not only read their textbooks on their Minis, but engage in dynamic digital learning across the curriculum both in and out of the classroom.
Maranatha’s principal, Dr. Purghart, states that “the real-time feedback provides diagnostic data to teachers that results in differentiated instruction opportunities for accelerated learners and remediation opportunities for skill advancement where necessary.”
Maranatha believes that the 1:1 program serves to strengthen their overall goal of providing excellent Christian education. Maranatha’s new Headmaster, Dr. David Gyertson states that the thrust of Maranatha’s mission is to, “serve as partners with parents to achieve their goal of ensuring that their children get a quality college preparatory education in an intentional Christ-centered context.”
Maranatha High School, located at 169 S. Saint John Ave. near Old Town Pasadena, will host an Admissions Preview Day on Saturday, Nov. 9, at 10 a.m. For more information, call the Admissions Office at (626) 817-4021 and visit maranatha-hs.org. Tuition assistance is available.