Technology Resources

1Internet, computers, software, and computer training can be expensive!  The following are some great resources that make technology needs more affordable.

Free Microsoft Office Download
As part of Denver Public Schools’ licensing agreement with Microsoft, we are now able to distribute Microsoft Office to Denver Online High School students.  Any fully-enrolled, active DPS student in grades 9-12 is allowed to install Microsoft Office on one personal computer.  Each student is authorized to have one copy only with the software distributed through a secure website that requires a student login – generally an Infinite Campus login works:

Students will need to use Internet Explorer or Firefox to complete the download: Safari is not a supported option.  Students will only have three attemps to successfully download the software and may need to complete it in a DPS lab.  Therefore, students should not go beyond two attempts at home.

Comcast Internet Essentials
Internet Essentials from Comcast offers low-cost Internet service, computer equipment, and free digital literacy training to families with at least one child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program.

  • Fast home Internet for just $9.95 a month + tax
  • No price increases, no activation fees and no equipment rental fees
  • Optional computer available at initial enrollment for just $149.99 + tax
  • Access to free Internet training – online, in print and in person
Internet Essentials is available in all areas where Comcast offers Internet service. For additional information about Internet Essentials, including program eligibility criteria, please visit (English) or (Spanish).


Denver Public School Computer Training
DPS provides free computer training to help parents learn about the basics of using their computer, with an emphasis on how to navigate programs to help and monitor their students.  Find free classes near you on the DPS Training and Resources page.