Housed in a former elementary school and tucked away in a quiet suburban neighborhood in Fairfax County, the campus of the Nancy F. Sprague Technology Center seems an unlikely place for a modern technological marvel.

Walking through the green-tiled hallways, past a row of old aluminum lockers, I'm still not convinced. This is the epicenter of one of the nation's most technologically advanced school systems? I ask myself, keeping quiet long enough to give my hosts the benefit of the doubt. It certainly doesn't look like anything special.

We come to a door. I look up and hear

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