Students can choose any note-taking or Bible app unless your teacher specifies one specifically for their class.
Students are 100% responsible for backing up app content and their individual iPads.
Please see the list of popular Apps below:
Note Taking Apps
Notability ($7.99) - Excellent app that allows you to hand-write or type iPad notes and annotate PDFs. Must be connected to your Google Drive for backup!
Evernote (Free) - Note-taking app similar to Notability
Google iPad Apps
Google Drive (Free) - This allows students to view, edit, share, and download Google Drive to the iPad
Google Docs (Free) - Allows you to edit documents from your drive, another good note taking option
Google Slides (Free) - Allows students to work on collaborative presentations
Google Earth (Free) - This app brings the whole world into the palms of the student’s hands. It will be used widely in History and Bible classes.
Pages (Free) - Word processing application for the iPad
Keynote (Free) - A slide-show presentation program for the iPad
Find My Phone (Free) - A very useful App that will assist in finding lost iPhones and iPads.
Geometry Pad+ ($6.99) - You can create fundamental geometric shapes, explore and change their properties, and calculate metrics. The shapes are displayed on a scrollable and zoomable workbook with a rectangular coordinate system. There is a free version also available.
Physical Education Apps
Quizlet (Free) - create and share flashcards with classmates, access your flashcards on any device, makes study games and tests out of flashcards.
Educreations (Free) - This app turns student’s iPads into a recordable white board. Students can explain a concept, create an animated lesson, and add commentary to their photos.