K-12 Education

Connecting the Smart Classroom


of schools are moving to digital textbooks.


of schools can still not customize each student’s network access.


of kindergartners have Internet-connected phones.

Why Extreme Networks for Primary/Secondary Education:

With digital transformation and the massive shift to smart schools, the need for hyper-reliable, easily-managed network infrastructure has never been greater in K-12 education. Extreme Networks builds open, software-driven educational networking solutions for K-12 schools that are agile, adaptive and secure to enable the digital transformation of education and improve learning outcomes.  

Our networks are deployed at more than 17,000 schools and 4,500 campuses worldwide, enabling emerging styles of technology-driven teaching including online testing, virtual and augmented reality, robotics, and flipped classroom.  

Join Extreme Networks at ISTE 2019 in Booth #1116!

See the future of education technology. ISTE 2019 is coming up this June 24-26 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Extreme Networks will be there in booth #1116. We hope to see you there!

Comply with all safety and privacy standards and requirements.

Flawlessly execute high stakes, technology-based testing.

The challenge is blending online learning with the on-campus experience.

Deliver personalized learning to student devices to improve your educational outcomes

Drones, Robotics, IoT, AR, and VR contribute to today’s new styles of learning.

Primary/Secondary Education Case Studies

American School of Dubai Delivers Technology-Enabled Education with Extreme Networks


users supported


Access Points


square feet of coverage

Le Jardin Academy's Managed Services Solution Allows Larger Investment in Education Technology


BYOD students supported


faculty and staff


Building two campus network

Eufuala High School Powers State-of-the-Art Athletic Facility


total users on network


round the clock support


Learning environment

Need help with E-Rate?

The FCC’s newly released E-rate modernization order expands funding for Wi-Fi networks in schools across America. Extreme Networks access points, routers, switches, wireless controllers, and supporting software are eligible for the E-rate program.

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