BorderLink Pilot Project

What is BorderLink?

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In an effort to make sure all students have access to the Internet so they can reach their full academic potential, the Imperial County Office of Education has launched an infrastructure initiative that will help ensure equal access to internet services throughout our county.

To get started, ICOE has teamed up with local school districts to bring wireless internet connectivity to students in the communities of Brawley, Calexico, Calipatria, El Centro, Heber, Holtville, Imperial, Niland, Seeley and Westmorland.  
ArcGIS Map of BorderLink Project

BorderLink Video


Desert Oasis High School Pilot Program

Beginning in September 2019, Central Union High School District will launch its 'BorderLink' Pilot Program at Desert Oasis High School (DOHS) and Phoenix Rising High School (PRHS).

This new and exciting program will give all students at DOHS and PRHS the opportunity to take home a Chromebook for school and/or receive LTE wireless access at home - at no cost.
In order to participate in the program, students and their parents (or guardians) will need to sign-up for the program and attend an orientation workshop.
For an overview of the information shared with parents or guardians, please see the "BorderLink Parent Presentation" below.

Parent Presentation

BorderLink Documents

BorderLink Support Form