The Sequoia Union High School District provides wireless Internet access at all campuses across the district. In the classroom and at school, Chromebooks and other portable devices can be connected to the wireless network when in range.
In an effort to provide internet access to all students, Sequoia Union High School District has partnered with the 1Million Project (Sprint) to provide students reliable internet access in their homes. The 1Million Project program gives students the opportunity to obtain a free Wi-Fi hotspot.
By participating in the 1Million Project, students are given a tool that has the potential to help them grow, achieve and excel in today’s digital learning environment. And, it helps students face a dynamic and challenging future work environment.
Any qualified student attending Sequoia Union High School receives:
A free hotspot device.
10GB per month of free high-speed LTE data. Unlimited data is available at 2G speeds if usage exceeds 10GB in a month.
Free hotspot capability on all devices.
Free, regularly-updated Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) compliant content filter with every device.
Wireless service for up to four years while still in a participating high school.
Do you have internet access at home? If you answered “NO,” your student qualifies for a free hotspot device.
Is your student sharing internet access at home with other individuals? If you answered “YES,” your student qualifies for a free hotspot device.
Do you have a slow internet connection that is not adequate for completing assignments? If you answered “YES,” your student qualifies for a free hotspot.
SUHSD students can sign up for the program by completing the SUHSD 1Million Project application.