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Wireless Internet Access

Shallowater ISD has implemented web filtering for all wireless devices utilizing our internet access while here at school.  Guest access is provided to users by connecting to the SSID WIFIguest.  If you are a guest and need access to WIFI, someone in the campus office can provide a password.


For students and staff who frequently use wifi for access on their devices, we recommend installing a special certificate that facilitates secure browsing while using the computer network here at school.  Installing the certificates are not necessary, but you may encounter a connection not private error message when trying to connect to secure sites.  Other services and functionality may also be blocked or degraded if the certificate is not installed. 


Logging out of Securly

If you log in to a personal gmail account, or need to log out of securly on a shared device:



Securly Certificates

Following are instructions for installing the Securly SSL certificate on your computer or device.  

Android Devices (phones and tablets) - please note - you must have a screen pattern lock or password on your device to be able to do this.

Download the certificate from and here(2034crt). Open with defaults.
At the Name the certificate screen give the certificate a name (whatever you like) and press the OK button.

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iOS Devices (ipad/iphone)

Download the certificate here(securly_ca_2034.crt) within Safari.
Click on the downloaded file and press the Install button.
You will be prompted with a warning message that says, "Installing this profile will change settings on your iPad." Press the Install Now button.

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Mac (OS-X)

Download the certificate from here(securly_ca_2034.crt).
Please follow the instructions:

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Windows PC

Download the certificate here(securly_ca_2034.crt).
Right click the downloaded files. Click “install certificate”
Select Local Machine, click next.
Select “Place all certificates in the following store”
Click Browse…
Select the Trusted Root Certification Authorities
Click OK

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Firefox users need to manually install the certificate into the browser. Instructions can be found here