Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Option

The LaunchED Digital Learning program provided one device for every Orange County Public Schools student. However, the district acknowledges that some families may want their students to use a non-district device, and as a result, allows for the Bring Your Own Device option.

What is BYOD?

The BYOD program allows students to use a non-district device, such as a tablet or laptop that meets district specifications, for learning purposes at school and at home. The BYOD option is available to all students at every OCPS school.

How do I BYOD?

  1. Review the BYOD Buying Guide below to ensure the device you are considering meets district specifications.
  2. Once you have purchased the device, log in to the Chrome browser and Google Drive with the student’s OCPS credential before bringing it on campus. The OCPS student username is [email protected]. Student passwords can be reset by contacting the school.
  3. On the first day of being on campus, connect to the OCPS wireless network. Students may not use a personal hotspot while on campus.

BYOD Buying Guide

BYOD Schools

The BYOD option is available for students attending face-to-face or through the LaunchED@Home program.