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The presence and use of Information and Communication Technology is an integrated feature of the modern classroom.

Laptops, ipads and desk top computers are used by students to access the internet and appropriate applications.

All learning spaces have either an Interactive Whiteboard or a large flat screen TV installed, which allow easy integration across all Key learning Areas as well as the interaction between mobile devices. All classrooms have a printer that can be used from any device through Airprinting.

The school is supported by high speed wireless infrastructure. The school along with all Diocesan Schools belongs to CEnet. 

CEnet is a not-for-profit Information, Communication and Learning Technology (ICLT) services organisation supporting Catholic Diocese education networks that connect school communities across metropolitan, regional and rural NSW, Qld, NT and the ACT.

CEnet's user population includes over 330,000 Kindergarten to Year 12 students, teachers and administrative staff.

CEnet’s member dioceses share a common vision for a network and learning architecture which supports education and evangelisation in the digital age and they have put their combined resources behind the development of a centralised managed services architecture designed to be flexible and scalable, to deliver its services.

All students at St Pius X have a student Google account in which students can utilise calendars, publishing and presentation tools, collaborative tools through sharing Google drive documents as all as access to their own school based and monitored email accounts.