Colorado Academy uses technology as a tool to enhance learning and instruction, promote effective and responsible use of technology, and help students collaborate and create.
Students practice core technology skills across the curriculum. The natural integration of skills necessary to understand, choose, and troubleshoot technologies empowers students to transfer their knowledge and explore emerging technologies. 
To ensure seamless technology integration, all Grade 3-12 students have an individual Colorado Academy account. In the Lower School, students are scheduled in the Wonder Workshop to learn specific skills such as keyboarding, basic applications, and programming. 
In Middle and Upper School, our teachers use the latest technology tools to enhance the learning experience. Assignments, grades, resources, and other essential information are posted electronically to our password-protected website. Additionally, many teachers in Grades 5-12 use Google Classroom or Showbie to facilitate a paperless classroom by collecting, commenting, and returning work to students electronically.
Students who need assistance with CA technology can reach out to the tech department by email at, phone at 303-914-2525, or in-person on the second floor of Raether Library.
Find out more about our 1:1 Device Program.

Digital Citizenship, Online Safety, & Privacy

Colorado Academy works to ensure students are properly and age-appropriately educated on the safe use of the internet, security, and privacy. A comprehensive Digital Citizenship program begins in Pre-K and continues through high school.
Topics include:
  • Media Balance & Well-Being
  • Privacy & Security
  • Digital Footprint & Identity
  • Relationships & Communication
  • Cyberbullying & Digital Drama
  • News & Media Literacy
Responsible Social Media Use
The Colorado Academy network provides content filtering customized to each division to help prevent access to inappropriate material and resources. In addition, our network infrastructure will block access to known malware, spyware, and viruses.

Colorado Academy works with a number of third-party vendors (including Apple, Google, and Microsoft) to provide services to faculty and students. Colorado Academy reviews the privacy policies of all vendors to verify they meet standards that are acceptable to the school and appropriately protect the privacy of students.

CA Technology Staff

List of 6 items.

  • Jared Katzman

    Director of Technology
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  • Laura Farmer

    Director of Educational Technology
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  • Travis Reynolds

    Lower School Technology/Wonder Workshop Teacher
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  • Meghan Campagna

    Educational Technology Support & Coach
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  • Jonathan Ender

    Technology Support and iPad Specialist
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  • Sara White

    Technology Specialist
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