ACG's online services gives parents and students convenient access to detailed information via the internet at any time.
ACG's online services have been designed for ACG students and their families, enabling them to purchase textbooks, book parent teacher interviews, monitor student learning progress and keep on top of upcoming assessments.
ACG's community portal for all students, parents, staff and ACG representatives to access eLearning resources and student information, including timetables, attendance, address details, past academic reports and grades for term assessments.
The personalised student page shows the student's:
• Academic reports.
• Attendance record.
• Personal details, e.g. contact details, name of tutor, e-mail link to the Dean.
• Weekly lesson timetable.
And for each subject being studied by the student:
• Grades achieved in tests and examinations.
ACG's online portal provides a wide range of information to help parents keep in touch with student learning and with the wider ACG School community.
myACG allow parents to access important information relating to their son and/or daughter, such as reports, grades, assessments and attendance.
myACG also allows for easy viewing of the latest school communications, events, timetables, newsletters and notices.
Parents are given a unique login and password which allows them access to specific information that relates to their child. Parents can purchase school books online and manage the booking of parent teacher interviews.
To purchase textbooks, literature and educational material, please visit the online bookstore.
International students who do not have a credit card may order their textbooks through the International Dean at school. Payment for the books may then be made at Student reception.
The technology used within ACG Schools allows students to go beyond the classroom and explore the world in a highly interactive and dynamic way.
Digital literacy is used in many different aspects of learning activities. Media streaming using dedicated educational repositories such as eTV help bring national and international content to classroom learning. Personal email accounts, online collaboration tools and access to Office 365 supports the management of digital outcomes. A dedicated Learning Management System, Blackboard, provides 24/7 access to subject resources and course information.
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