SHELDON College has been included in the list of Apple distinguished schools for its innovative use of technology in the classroom.
The tech giant selects schools who use their products to inspire student creativity, collaboration and critical thinking.
Teacher Vanessa Noonan said the entire college was proud of the achievement.
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"A significant component of our college's Edu-tech ecosystem is our Apple infrastructure," she said.
"With the careful implementation of Apple technologies, inconceivable learning is achieved across the college from our early learning programs right through to our senior classrooms."
Students from kindergarten to year 12 are involved in the Edu-tech program, which uses a number of Apple devices.
The school also has a range of Apple computer labs, iPads across different faculties and interactive technologies within the ArtScapes and LINQ Precincts.
It has been named an Apple distinguished school from 2020 to 2022.
A total of 535 school across the world were on the list as of June this year.
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