BYOD at Bourne HS

Every corner of the high school is now WiFi accessible

The word has gone out to all Bourne High students that the school is now BYOD. That's "Bring Your Own Device", which means students can now bring their devices to school (laptops, tablets or smartphones) and get on the new BHS WiFi network.

Wireless Internet now reaches into every corner of the building. Students just need to connect to the BYOD network on campus, open a browser on their device and enter the provided password at www.bourneps.org to register with their first and last name. Once registered, students will automatically connect to the network when they are at school.

Other schools on the Cape are working towards a wireless/BYOD setup for students and staff. Cape Cod Academy currently employs a BYOD network on their Osterville campus.


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