In an ever-changing and demanding world, Metropolitan aspires to enable its students to take initiatives and lead the change they want to see through entrepreneurship. Our students never cease to amaze us. From managing on-campus and online learning during a pandemic to handling their small online businesses! Support their ventures
Grade 2 students are continuing their journey around the world in their art class. This week, they have ventured into the great white north, aka CANADA. They are exploring the magical colors of the Northern Lights and using oil pastels on black canvas paper to bring this natural beauty alive
Grade 9 students worked on a project to design a park on a coordinated plan. The project was divided into 7 tasks: Task 1: Students had to design their park in groups. Task 2: Locate each attraction using ordered pairs. Task 3: Find the slope for the lines connecting some
Grade 4 students explored weather instruments with a hands-on activity. They measured weather conditions using different tools. Observations began with temperature, wind direction, wind speed, and air pressure. They learned how and why today’s factors reliably predict tomorrow’s weather.
Metropolitan School proudly celebrates the success of all students who excel not only in academics but in extracurricular activities as well! We would like you to join us in congratulating our Met young super champion, Judy Mohamed Fayed in Grade 8 Toronto, who won the silver medal and earned second
Since the return to on-campus learning, we have been focusing on rhythm and time as the main subject of our music sessions. Students have discussed time signatures and how they are applied to music, as well as keeping time. As it is one of the most important elements of music,
Students in 8th grade ELA have finished their Shakespeare module. This grade read “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and for their final assessment, they wrote five-paragraph essays explaining if Shakespeare made the claim that a person can control another person or not. These essays came out amazing and we are so
As part of Met ongoing encouragement of entrepreneurship thinking and creativity, students of G4-6 took part in promoting Literacy Week by creating a marketing plan for the event and prepare a sale for parents and students to donate money for Synod of The Nile nursing home for women. Parents also were invited to students’ exhibition to the literacy-based activities took place during