Technology is an integral part of the education process at LaGrange Highlands School District 106. To that end, every 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade student is provided a district-issued laptop to aide in the pursuit of their educational goals. Several computers are available in each of the lower classrooms, as well as two fully furnished computer labs. The district has received several awards for its use of technology in education, including the "Apple Lighthouse School" award and the "Apple Distinguished School" award. To support classroom teachers, a Computer Instructor helps younger students attend technology skills while a Technology Integration Specialist assist teachers in integrating technology into their lessons.
Behind the scenes, five Novell OES Servers, three Apple XServes, and a handful of Windows virtual machines power the back end. Data is transported to client machines via gigabit ethernet and full wireless 801.11n coverage, providing easy access to the tools and information staff and students need to be successful.