Technology

Technology

Department Philosophy

Our goal is to have AHA graduates proficient in their use of computers and specific applications. In addition, students will understand the evolving field of technology and become self-reliant in solving technology issues. Technology is integrated through core curriculum areas in all grades. Technology at AHA encourages independent research and learning, collaboration, problem solving, and global awareness. We teach our students to be responsible digital citizens. Students also are encouraged to explore the creative uses of technology through courses offered.

About STEM

AHA is an active participant in the STEM initiative--science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Its purpose is to foster interest in those academic areas because they help students develop skills in problem solving, innovation, logical thinking and communication. They also learn about potential careers in STEM disciplines. Read more about the STEM diploma.

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Faculty

Kathy Cassidy

  • Yearbook Production

Charlie Gorrill

  • Web Page Design

  • Computer Art

  • AP Computer Science

Danny Woods

  • Architectural Model Building

  • Computer Aided Drafting

  • Woods I, II

School news & Happenings

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Over 700 AHA Community Members Serve 2,200 Hours

May 25, 2017

Over 700 AHA Community Members Serve 2,200 Hours

Academy of Holy Angels 4th annual All School Service Day was a success! On May 25th, the community…

STARS Connection - Week of May 29, 2017

May 25, 2017

STARS Connection - Week of May 29, 2017

No School Monday, Grades 9-11 Finals, Chromebook Collection & Summer Loans, etc.

Head Dance Coach Announced

May 22, 2017

Head Dance Coach Announced

AHA is pleased to announce that Shannon Ross has been named as new head dance coach.

All School Service Day is May 25th, 2017

May 18, 2017

All School Service Day is May 25th, 2017

Academy of Holy Angels (AHA) will celebrate its 4th annual All School Service Day on Thursday,…