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Connecting your devices

Upper School students are required to bring a laptop to school each day. Our systems are compatible with a wide range of devices, and we can help you get your devices connected.

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Google Workplace (was G Suite)

Google Workplace is a suite of applications available to all Milton faculty, staff, and students. Google Workplace offers powerful collaboration tools well-suited to the learning environment of Milton Academy.

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Enabling Two-step Verification

Milton employees are required to enable two-step verification on their Milton Google account. This adds an additional barrier to help prevent unauthorized access to your account. Simply, in addition to your email address and password, you will need to take an additional step to login. Click the ‘Learn More’ link below for instructions. Google’s informational page on this topic may be found here.

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Securing your computer

Taking care of both the hardware and software on your computer can help prolong the life of your technology and keep your data safe and secure. We’ve put together some tips to assist you.

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Printing on campus

Milton has many printers on campus that are available to students, faculty, and staff. All printers can be connected to Windows, Mac, Android, ChromeOS, and iOS devices.

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MyMilton

MyMilton contains a great deal of information for students, parents, and teachers. For example, parents can view their child’s comments and grades; students can see their schedules, and all can view the Milton directory.

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Classroom Management

Milton uses Schoology in the Upper School for course management, and Google Classroom in the Middle School. Students and teachers can share information, assignments, and classwork through these systems.

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Milton provides a Virtual Desktop service (known as VDI) to students, faculty, and staff. VDI has many uses. A student might use it to access their M Drive from off-campus, while employees can use it to access certain applications from their own devices. To access VDI, simply click this link.

Uses of VDI

  • Access M Drive or shared drives from off-campus or personal devices
  • Use common Milton applications from personal devices (Word, Excel, etc.)
  • Use specialized software (Raiser’s Edge, Financial Edge) from off-campus (certain employees only)
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