Upper School Students
All Upper School students must have a functioning, laptop computer capable of operating on our school's network and running the software required by our courses.
Upper School Students who are new to the school or whose current computers are more than three-years old, can purchase a MacBook Pro from the school to be used in our Upper School Program. Dwight-Englewood School's Computer Services Department will configure these devices to work on our network and deliver them to students. We will assist with backups, provide training, on-site service, and support including repair of accidental damage and software re-installation. During an extended repair, students will have access to our pool of loaner machines at no additional charge.Questions? -
Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions HERE
Upper School families will be billed $1700 for this machine.
Specifications are subject to change. The Specs for the 2018-19
school year machines are listed below.
|TO ORDER YOUR COMPUTER...
All Parents of students entering the Upper School or Upper School students whose computers are more than three years old, must visit THIS PAGE to tell us whether you will be ordering a computer from the school or brining your own.
|MacBook Pro 13"
**Note that these specs may change as Apple makes changes to their product line**
- 2.3GHz Dual-core Intel Core i5
- 8GB 1866MHz LPDDR3 SDRAM
- 256GB PCIe-based SSD
- Intel Iris Graphics 540
- Force Touch trackpad
- Two Thunderbolt 3 ports
- *No Touchbar on this model*
- OS X Sierra
- 4 Years on-site support**
- Accidental Damage Coverage
- Access to Loaner machines
*Note that machines do not come with a CD ROM / DVD Drive.
**Applecare covers two (2) incidents of accidental damage. Additional incidents are not covered. **BYO Option**
Upper School Students are encouraged to purchase their computer through the school. This is the easiest way to ensure that their computer is configured properly to work on our network and to ensure that it can be repaired quickly if something goes wrong. However, we realize that this may not be the best solution for every student. In certain cases, students will be permitted to use their own device rather than purchasing it from the school provided that the device meets our minimum system requirements and the student has read and understood the school's policy on BYO computers.