Salisbury prides itself on discovering new and exciting ways to integrate technology into the classroom. Our Educational Technology team works with faculty members in all disciplines to create new and dynamic teaching resources. Our wireless network access provides coverage in nearly every location on campus. Salisbury wants boys to be connected, organized and productive.
All dorms and academic buildings are equipped with wireless access. Students are given their own network storage, e-mail and Web portal accounts to communicate with faculty and peers, as well as obtain access to critical academic resources.
Salisbury has three primary goals for incorporating technology into our curriculum:
To accomplish these goals, the academic program focuses on developing proficiency in the following skill areas:
- E-mail and electronic communication
- File management
- Web-based research and electronic media literacy
- Word processing
- Graphing and spreadsheet applications
In addition to these core areas, students have the option of furthering their knowledge within courses including,
but not limited to:
- Digital film production
- Audio and video editing
- Music technology
What to Bring
To meet the demands of the academic program, we strongly recommend you own a laptop computer before arriving at Salisbury School. Students may bring either a *Mac or a PC that meet the minimum requirements listed below.
- Windows 10 or 11, Mac OS 12 or higher
- Memory: at least 8GB, preferably 16GB
- Network: wireless ready
- Up-to-date antivirus/anti-ransomware package
*Salisbury School's preferred resource for Apple products and repairs is Visionary Computer, an Apple Specialist, located in nearby Lakeville, CT. Visionary Computer provides Apple authorized sales, service and repair on the full line-up of Apple products. They can be reached via the web at http://www.visionarycomputer.net, telephone at (860) 435-2211, or via email at email@example.com. Visionary Computer can also arrange pickup and delivery for Salisbury School students.
Printers are available in the dorm common areas and the library for your PC and iOS devices. Instructions on how to connect to campus printers will be provided upon arrival. Students may also bring their own printer.
What NOT to Bring
- Computers or laptops designed as “gaming” machines
Students are allowed to connect multiple devices (e.g., tablets, smartphones) to our wireless network. Please note ChromeBooks do not work with our network and are not supported.
What we Supply:
While you are a student here you may install:
- Microsoft Office for PC or Mac
- Other software as required by specific classroom needs
- Ethernet cables are available upon request
- Network Connectivity- Instructions will be supplied during orientation on how to connect to our wifi, and how to access our other network services.