Calvert Hall College High School
Calvert Hall College High School realizes efficiencies with OneRoster and LTI integrations.
Calvert Hall College High School in Baltimore has a dynamic student body and faculty that faced hurdles in accessing online textbooks and other digital materials. Now, thanks to the integration of OneRoster® and Learning Tools Interoperability® (LTI®) in the Blackbaud education management portfolio, the once cumbersome process of sharing student rosters can be accomplished with one click, providing easy access to a world of online resources.
Calvert Hall College High School is a bustling all-boys Catholic school in Baltimore that follows the Lasallian teaching tradition, bringing together a diverse group of 1200 young men with the objective of educating the whole student. Innovative instructors teach six to seven periods a day in a lecture-seminar format, then dive into leadership roles after school, from coaching football to the robotics squad.
“Time drives how much they can do and how much they can’t do,” said Network Administrator Austin Ewachiw. As the school’s “IT guy,” he understands how technology wins can pay off for faculty, and ultimately students. “Whenever we find tools that make things go a little easier, a little faster, we will snatch them up in a heartbeat,” he said.