Immaculata inspires students through technology to become active, lifelong learners and good citizens. Students in grades K-8 visit the computer lab on a weekly basis. Desktops and iPads are excellent resources, as some students type papers or research for "National History Day" and others simply familiarize themselves with computer functions. Powerpoint is one of a handful of programs that assist students across the curriculum. Keyboarding exercises, projects, and educational games help all students become adept, imaginative, and practiced. Immaculata Catholic School's teachers conduct everyday learning in a digital classroom environment, incorporating Smart Board Technology (K-8). The school campus is completely wireless, affording monitored and secure connection to the internet and providing endless daily sourcing of current and relevant learning materials.