Client Success Story: Episcopal High School Classroom and Library

We love working with Episcopal High School and bringing the coolest new technology to their campus. Recently, we helped improve some of their classrooms and study areas, upgrading existing systems and bringing new equipment to the boarding school.

Ainslie Hall Room 104

Ainslie Hall is the school’s headquarters for the arts. With a black box theater, recording studio, dance studio, and classrooms, it’s important for the building to have state-of-the-art technology.

Within Ainslie Hall is Room 104, a lecture-style classroom used for drama and performing arts classes. Unfortunately, the cinema viewing system in the classroom was failing. Since that system was used for the majority of classes—film review and critique, drama, music—it needed to be updated immediately. AVG installed a 5.1 surround sound system with an A/V receiver Blu-Ray player, all new speakers, and an HD projector. The new equipment makes classes more interactive, and makes for a more pleasant viewing experience.

Equipment Used:

  • Denon 700AV 7.1 channel surround sound receiver
  • (5) QSC AC-S6T 6.5 surface mount speakers
  • QSC AD-S112-SW, 12” subwoofer
  • Vivitek DH759USTI, ultra-short throw projector

March Library

The March Library is the heart of the Episcopal High School Campus. The library is where students go to study, research, and work together on projects and assignments. The library has classrooms, study rooms for students, and other small huddle rooms, and each room contained an existing A/V system.

To keep up with evolving technology, AVG updated the existing A/V systems in each of the rooms. AVG started by removing all failing equipment and installing five Qomo interactive displays. Think of these as giant tablets on the wall. Students can use the displays as a whiteboard, computer monitor, or screen share device, they can annotate over presentations and documents, and can use apps and search websites.

Equipment Used:

It was important for Episcopal High School to have the latest and greatest technology in their classrooms and across campus, and we were happy to oblige. The new equipment will be easier for teachers to use, and will provide a more interactive experience for students.

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