Metropolitan School wishes all Met families a blessed Eid Al – Adha. Please note that Metropolitan School will be closed to celebrate the occasion from Sunday, July 18, 2021, to Thursday, July 22, 2021. We will resume our campus working hours from 8:00 am till 3:00 pm starting Sunday, July
Grade 9 students presented a “roast or toast” about an absolute monarch of Europe. Students completed independent research about a specific ruler and presented their findings to the class by either roasting (criticizing) or toasting (celebrating) the aspects of what makes a great or terrible ruler.
Students in Grade 6 read the novel Wonder, by R.J. Palacio. The book is about a 10-year-old boy named August, who is born with a rare genetic syndrome known at Treacher-Collins. The main character, August, is attending school for the first time and faces many challenges including bullying. Our students spent
Students in 8th grade have been studying a novel that requires them to analyze a story of survival and resiliency. The work that they have done in the 4th quarter has been amazing. Great job 8th graders for working so hard during many difficult times.
We would like to inform you that we will welcome a new Principal next year, Mr. Ernie Espino. He will be overseeing grade 1 through grade 5 supported by Miss Dina Banoub, our current Vice-Principal. Miss Anjanette Yarar, our current EC/ELEM Principal will shift to the Early Childhood section of
Metropolitan School is pleased to announce the completion of the Met High School soccer field and the first school to build paddle tennis courts in order to accommodate our High School students for the new academic year 2021- 2022. Despite all the challenges that have been met due to the
Your little KG graduate has come a long way! Graduation is a time to celebrate an extremely pivotal milestone in people’s lives. “You’re off to great places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so… get on your way!” – Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Places You’ll Go! One of