(January 27, 2022) –– Rise Vision has released a new case study of Metrolina Christian Academy, a private Christian school in Indian Trail, North Carolina, affiliated with the First Baptist Church of Indian Trail. With 1,300 K-12 students, the school is the second-largest Christian school in the state of North Carolina. The school realized the need to upgrade their ‘make-shift’ digital signage of a USB stick and Powerpoint slides in 2019.
Lindsay Calloway, Communications Director of Metrolina Christian Academy, is responsible for running everything, from print, digital media, graphics, and digital signage. During the pandemic, Metrolina had half a school year then shut down. With the integration of Rise Vision, Lindsay was able to help provide essential information to students and teachers using announcements regarding school closures and notices from the Principal.
Digital signage appears on screens in just about every building at Metrolina, including hallways, high traffic areas, and the lunchroom. Read the full case study to see why Lindsay made the transition from using content on USB sticks to an affordable, cloud-based digital signage solution.
We have been able to phase out bulletin boards and incorporate Rise Vision digital signage throughout our entire campus to accomplish our communication goals. With the addition of digital signage, we can share announcements, highlight student achievements, advertise events, and connect with our community in new, creative ways.” — Lindsay Calloway, Communications Director, Metrolina Christian Academy.
Read the case study here: How Metrolina Christian Academy Improves School Community Communication with Rise Vision
ABOUT RISE VISIONRise Vision is the #1 digital signage provider for education. Since 1992 we have been obsessed with helping our customers have great looking displays. Today, our primary focus is education and the over 3,000 schools we currently serve. To deliver on our promise of making sure digital signage isn’t difficult we provide new templates every week – over 425 so far – to keep a school’s displays current and engaging. And we make sure their displays stay running with greater than 99% uptime.