In Cameroon, more insight is needed into how information and communication technologies (ICTs) are used in secondary school administration. Thus, we conducted a study to determine how ICTs facilitate teaching and learning in Cameroonian schools, taking the Fako Division as a case study. A survey was administered in selected secondary schools, and the data collected from 90 respondents were analyzed using descriptive statistics based on frequencies and percentages. Findings from the study revealed that ICTs (1) facilitate the functions of school administrators, (2) play a vital role in the professional development of both teaching and non-teaching staff, and (3) facilitate teaching and learning in secondary schools. It is recommended that school administrators collaborate with the government, parent-teacher associations (PTAs), and other community organizations to support ICT in schools because limited financial resources present barriers to their implementation.