The Forest Hills Public School district is excited to launch a new high-school initiative for the 2015-2016 school year. This new initiative is called “eAchieve,” and is based on the premise of digital learning and the educational opportunities it affords for our students, teachers, and all learners. With eAchieve, beginning on the first day of the 2015-2016 school year, our three high schools—Central, Eastern, and Northern—will encourage all students to bring their own digital device to school for instructional purposes.
This web page offers information about our eAchieve program, including FAQs, student policies, and other helpful resources. Although the district hosted eAchieve informational meetings at each high school in April, we know families may want more information, and this web page should help.
Family Resources for Computers/Laptops
Forest Hills Public Schools prides itself on preparing learners for life in an evolving and expanding world. Technology and digital literacy have become an integral part of our society and has changed the way we access, view, and share information, as well as how we integrate technology into daily instruction at school and at home. Technology can be expensive, but there is a variety of avenues to explore if you would like to purchase a computer, laptop, Chromebook or other electronic device for your family or your student. Having an electronic device is not a requirement for school, but may be available for less than you think. We have put together a list of resources for you to explore if you are interested in obtaining an electronic device for free or at a reduced cost.
If you have further questions about our eAchieve program, please contact your high school office.