"Our teachers are learning to use the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK® tablet in remarkable ways to keep students more engaged; it is a valuable tool and the pen interface gives us the versatility we need in certain subjects."
Lisa Harvey Principal, Catholic High School
In 1894, the Brothers of the Sacred Heart established a school in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, under the name St. Vincent’s Academy, which has since become known as Catholic High School. The Catholic High School tradition involves a holistic approach to education rooted in religious values, structured through friendly discipline, nurtured by personal attention and committed to academic excellence. Approximately 140 faculty members are responsible for the education of 1,150 students. Catholic High School has been recognized five times as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education.
Catholic High School wanted to introduce a 1:1 computing program for students and faculty. It needed to find a technology partner that could offer a cost-effective, durable and flexible device.
After exploring how other schools operated and looking at a number of vendors, the school decided that the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T732 Tablet PC provided the best blend of performance and versatility with enhanced functionality.
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