Technology & eLearning
At CLHS, we make the most of every opportunity (Colossians 4:5) as we grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ (2 Peter 1:18).
Technology is an integral part of the educational process at Crean Lutheran High School. The school utilizes the latest technologies to enhance education and further equip students to impact their world for Christ. To fulfill this mission, all students are required to purchase and bring their own laptop computer that meets the Minimum Computer Requirements.
All students are required to complete a Technology Orientation before starting classes at Crean Lutheran High School. It is important that at least one parent or guardian is present during the orientation. Students have the option of attending a face-to-face Technology Orientation or completing an online Technology Orientation course. During the orientation, students are instructed on how to check grades, submit assignments, and navigate their courses in Canvas (Course Management System). Students are also taught the basics of using technology at CLHS, such as connecting to the CLHS WiFi network, using their student Gmail and G Suite applications, learning how to be successful in online/blended courses, and practicing appropriate Internet etiquette (Netiquette).
Non-Summer School students, click here to register for a Technology Orientation.
Summer School students, you may register for a Technology Orientation when you complete Summer School Registration.
Crean Lutheran High School incorporates eight Online Learning Days into our academic schedule. Online Learning Days take place once a month on Fridays and are clearly noted on the Blue/Gold Calendar. This opportunity allows for interaction between students and teachers within an online environment. All assignments are posted on Canvas and students complete their online assignments at home. For more information about Online Learning Days, please read the Online Learning Day Information Letter.
Crean Lutheran High School has a firewall that blocks many websites and internet activities here at school; however, CLHS recommends that parents use tools at home, in an effort to remove distractions such as games, social networking websites, etc. While we do not provide access to these parental control tools, parents may make use of the following monitoring and blocking services.
Parental control software for iOS, Android:
Parental control software for iOS, Android, Windows, Mac: