- School Board
All schools in the Lynchburg City Schools are connected to each other and the Internet via more than forty-five miles of fiber optic network. All schools also have local area networks with all classrooms connected. At least one multi-media computer and printer are in every regular education and special education classroom. Teachers have access to resources on both the local-area network and wide-area network, including direct Internet access. Students have access to technology through either computer lab settings or workstations in classrooms. Elementary schools have at least two networked labs that are connected to the LAN, MAN, and Internet. All middle schools have at least four 25-station networked labs that are connected in the same manner. Both high schools have a minimum of eight 25-station networked labs.