Stirling academic facilities are impressive, and include all the basics needed for academic teaching, including computer laboratories; Natural Science, Life Science, Technology and Consumer Science laboratories; a library and many well-equipped classrooms.
Stirling prides itself on keeping up with the latest educational technological advances, ensuring that students are part of the real world. The school has 120 computers in three laboratories available for students and there is closely-monitored fibre Internet and email access for all students. All classrooms have state-of-the-art computer, Internet and electronic whiteboard systems and the school has a fibre-optic backbone linking all classrooms to the virtual servers. Students can study Information Technology or Computer Applications Technology and our junior students all study Digital Technology as an introductory course to computing.