Located in the College Park neighborhood of Orlando, Bishop Moore Catholic High School is the largest private high school in Central Florida. Its 80-plus faculty and staff members are dedicated to helping the more than 1,100 students in grades 9 to 12 grow “personally, spiritually, and intellectually to achieve their potential as individuals and leaders within a global society,” according to the school.
Challenge: reduce barriers to technology
In recent years, Bishop Moore undertook a comprehensive visioning process to reevaluate how children learn and how they might be better served. The review drew on input from staff and alumni as well as research and experts from top academic institutions. It resulted in the creation of four Technology Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL) labs, modeled after labs at MIT and the University of North Carolina.