Any logged-in user can "bookmark" just about any page in the site, to make it easier to find again later.
Using the custom Google-powered search box, users can easily find information from across the site, no matter how deeply it may be buried. Try out a search for "board meeting" and see how you can refine it to include new information, calendars, attachments, and old (archived) information from previous years.
An alphabetical directory of the most important content on the site.
With just a few minutes of training, any user (given the proper permissions) can modify a page on their own.
Any page on their site can be a regular page, a blog-type list of posts, or a fancy slideshow-enabled photogallery. Two great examples are Mrs. Caemmerer's studio art gallery and Mrs. Apel's photos of math students.
News and Noteworthy
Each of the 7 main categories has a "news" section that directs you to reminders, upcoming events, or recent news posts.
Every user on the site has a profile, making it easy for the community to stay in contact.
Fresh new photos
The top bar has a collection of rotating photos - one collection for each of our seven categories. When you're in High School, you'll see High-School-related imagery. We'll keep taking pictures and rotating them in, so the new viewer gets a feel for our campus but the returning viewer doesn't get bored of looking at the same image every day.
Searchable and detailed calendars
We're able to integrate the calendars from FirstClass, our email and groupware software. You can search them, browse them, and even export them to iCal for use on your own computer or mobile device.
We took every step to ensure that your web experience won't be dependant on one particular brand of browser. Whether you use a Mac or PC; FireFox, Opera, iPhone or Safari, you should be able to access our content.