…It’s All Going To The Cloud

Google Docs announced yesterday that it now supports editing Microsoft Office files through their cloud-based platform:

Read the article on Mashable.com »

Which reminded me of this:


Read about iWork for iCloud on Apple.com »

So many options these days, still the question remains –

Where exactly is this “Cloud,” and how does it work again?

Oh, technology.

Tech “Refresh” Coming This Summer

We’re upgrading!

Archmere, as an Apple Distinguished School, is pleased to announce that it will be issuing brand new 13-inch MacBook Airs to all returning and incoming students for the start of the 2014-15 school year. Archmere launched the 1:1 Laptop Program in fall of 2011, issuing at the time, new 13-inch MacBook Pro laptops.

Check out the specs for the new 13-inch Airs »

Read the full press release »

Archmere Students Design Phone App for Natural Disasters

An app imagined by a team of students from Archmere Academy won “Best in State” in the Verizon Innovative App Challenge. Led by Archmere Computer Science teacher Jared Campbell, this team of students, comprised of Christian Kraft ’15, Gregory McCord ’16, Joseph Spall ’16, Andrew Hurst ’15 and Nicholas McIntyre ’15, developed the concept for a mobile application they call coNextGen, which helps individuals locate family members and friends in the event of a natural disaster.

Check out their team entry video below: