Highland Council has provided more than 20,000 Chromebook devices across its schools.
The council started the Chromebook project in November 2017, with every pupil in P6-S6 being allocated one for their use in school and at home for educational purposes.
P1-P5 pupils will have access to Chromebooks at school on a 1:5 ratio.
The rise of digital connectivity is transforming how pupils learn in the classroom and as such the council wants to ensure all learners have access to the appropriate technology to help them acquire these vital life skills.
The project was phased over two years with approximately £6 million spent on providing Chromebooks to schools and embedding the use of G Suite for Education into the curriculum.
The provision of Chromebooks has also allowed the council to reduce the number of traditional laptop and desktop computers in schools, and in turn reduce ongoing support costs.
The roll-out covers 29 Associated School Groups (ASG), over 200 schools, 22,000 Chromebooks, 35,000-plus pupil and teacher accounts and was recently completed with the roll-out of devices to the Kilchuimen ASG.
Care, learning and housing committee chairman John Finlayson said: “Education globally is undergoing a radical transformation due to the universal nature of modern digital lifestyles and changing youth culture and we cannot underestimate the value in learning to use culturally relevant technology in developing life skills and preparing pupils for future careers.
“Digital access for all and the skills to use it effectively is essential for health, well being and prosperity. This is particularly important for areas of digital exclusion.”