One of the characteristics of the LAS Profile of Graduates is that an LAS graduate must be ‘Technologically Literate’. All students in grades 6 through 12 use technology daily as a learning tool. Workshops are offered to allow parents to develop the technological skills needed to stay up-to-date with student progress as well.

LAS is a one-to-one laptop school. Secondary students at LAS use laptop computers daily in all classes as a tool for learning. Requirements for the laptop and details about technology use at LAS can be found in the “Daily Life” section of this handbook.

Parents are provided with a Plus Portal account that gives them access to view their child’s grades in every subject as soon as the teacher publishes them. Teachers update grades regularly and parents are encouraged to review academic progress with their child on a regular basis via the Parent Plus Portal.

Students and parents can find technical support from teachers and the Technology Director whose office is located on the second floor of the Main Building.

The IT Office provides information services to the LAS community. This includes both resource provision, email support and user support. The IT Office can be contacted by email at or by telephone +92 42 35762406


LAS aims to develop the 21st Century skills that students will need to maintain competitiveness in a changing technological landscape and to develop creative and critical thinking through a rich curriculum built on inquiry and experiential learning. MacBook expands the possibilities to support and drives such learning experiences.

Minimum Requirements

All MacBooks have to meet these minimum requirements:

  • MacBook Air or MacBook Pro 13” or larger.

  • MacBooks must have a minimum hard disk storage size of 256GB.

  • MacBooks models should be no older than the Year 2018. A new model is preferred.

  • Windows PC Laptops or any other devices will not be acceptable.

Peripheral Devices

Other peripherals that we will recommend to buy:

  • A compatible headset

  • USB-C adapter (for data transfer)

  • USB C flash drive

  • Protective case

  • Webcam cover


It is our goal to transition into a 1:1 Macbook program in secondary school. We are in the earlier stage of this transition. ALL grade 6 and NEW grade 7-12 students will be required to purchase a MacBook that meets our minimum requirements to use in and outside of the classroom for learning purposes. Returning LAS students may continue to use their current device until it needs to be replaced. At which time, these new requirements will be applicable. Windows PC laptops or any other devices will no longer be acceptable.

Each student at LAS is given a school Google Account that includes access to their student email address, Google Calendar, Google Drive, and Google Classroom.

Student email addresses are restricted for school use and should be utilized for student communication with classmates, teachers, and other school staff.

Google Calendars include a testing calendar on which teachers note the dates of tests and major assignments, and an activities calendar that includes schedules of extracurricular sports and other events.

google apps

Google Drive is a cloud storage service that allows students to access, create, and share files from any computer.

Google Classroom is the online learning platform at LAS. Teachers use the online tools available to provide students with class outlines, resources, lessons, and assignments. Students absent from school are responsible for checking the online classroom and communicating with the teacher about instruction and assignments missed. In the event of the closure of the LAS campus due to extraordinary circumstances, students are required to complete assigned learning activities via Google Classroom and other Google apps for all classes.