We are proud to deliver a program that is challenging, relevant, and Christ-centered in order to produce students who are well-known, well-taught, and well-prepared to enter an ever-changing world. Our world’s global culture and evolving technology have brought to light a series of skills necessary to thrive in the years to come. These “21st-century skills” range from creativity and critical thinking to flexibility, media literacy, communication, and collaboration. While we recognize that teaching these skills has been a hallmark of a Master’s School education for years, we are excited to embrace an increased and strategic use of technology.

Technology Integrated into Curriculum

We recognize that certain technologies have become just as essential as pen and paper. We are actively integrating technology learning experiences into our curriculum, enhancing and deepening the learning process in a transparent and effective manner, while providing solid experiences interacting in an ever-increasing international digital culture.

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  • Best in access for Everyone

    We believe when students and teachers are equipped with the best tools and resources, they strive for excellence. By providing equal and uniform access to technology resources, and setting high expectations for achievement, we situate the student in an environment of success. 
  • Preparation for the Real world

    Technology is synonymous with change. A popular and effective tool today may be replaced with something else in short order.  The Master's School has opted to embrace flexible technologies, providing industry standard software and interfaces where apropriate, but prepared for agility and innovation in an ever changing landscape.

Collaboration & Creativity

Teachers in grades K-8 have access to ipads and laptops for use within the classroom. Students are able to access engaging tools to bolster the classroom learning experience, under their teacher's guidance.

Mobility & Access

Teachers are equipped with a pen enabled windows laptop. They are able to collaborate with students and grade homework electronically. Teachers integrate library resources and media to present rich and engaging lessons.

Technology & Research Center

The Master's School Technology & Research Center (TRC) highlights the central roles that technology and research play in today's educational environment. The TRC is both a physical and virtual space that supports technological inquiry and the research needs of students in Grades K-12. This redesigned space features the library's print collection, but also provides more space for classroom use and student collaboration.
The Master’s School is an independent, college-preparatory, non-denominational Christian day school enrolling children in preschool through post-graduate in West Simsbury, CT.

The Master's School is fully accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

The Master's School opens its doors to all qualified students regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or religious affiliation. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national affiliation in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid, and other school-administered programs.