Academics and Programs

Technology

St. Gabriel’s Catholic School students are becoming proficient in technology and will clearly understand the technological resources that best complement their individual learning styles.

Innovation and technology are woven into the fabric of every prek-8 student experience at St. Gabriel’s.

Teachers offer technology through daily instruction, use online tools, and help engage students who learn best in other ways. Students learn through multimedia that engage their senses and make learning fun!
 
Our students become future ready through digital learning and personalized learning experiences. We are confident that our students will learn the skills to become globally competitive and achieve success in school, career and citizenship.

Our technology team has connected the St. Gabriel’s Austin TX community to the digital world! Technology capabilities include:

  • One-to-one iPads (Pre-K through fourth grade)
  • One-to-one Chromebooks (third through eighth grades)
  • Interactive white boards or interactive TVs in all classrooms for multimedia/multisensory material presentation
  • High-speed Internet access throughout the entire campus
  • Video conferencing connects students with people around the world
 
Students use their laptops in a variety of ways, including:
  • Accessing electronic textbooks, syllabi and calendars
  • Internet research, note-taking and productivity
  • Multimedia projects and collaborations
  • Paperless submission of assignments
St. Gabriel's Catholic School

2500 Wimberly Lane  |  Austin, TX 78735  |  512.327.7755  |  admissions@sgs-austin.org

Accreditations & Recognitions
St. Gabriel's Catholic School is an Independent Catholic school in Austin TX, educating children in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school.
Schools within the Diocese of Austin do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, or national or ethnic origin in: (i) the admission of students; (ii) the offerings of rights, privileges, programs, or activities generally made available to their students; or (iii) the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, loan programs, athletic programs, employment practices or policies, or other school-administered programs.