Welcome to Metropolitan!
Metropolitan is a full college preparatory program that offers students four academic paths of study. These pathways are supported by the 21st Century Competencies. Metropolitan is committed to offering students opportunities to apply its core values of Innovation, Integrity and Involvement through project-based learning using state of the art technology, student leadership positions, internships, and community service.
What's happening at Metro
Youth@Work: Students are able to pick up applications at the main office of 165 Church Street which are available now. The deadline for student applications is March 27, 2020 5:00 p.m.
SENIOR YEARBOOK SURVEY - The Yearbook Committee would like to invite seniors to submit a quote and fill out the senior survey by February 24, 2020. By clicking this link, you will also be able to provide biographical information and contribute to some polls we have created. Also, seniors can send 2 pictures to (This is like a 'then and now' type section. The 'then' can be a baby picture and the 'now' would be more recent). Also send pictures from clubs, programs, sports, candids, selfies, as well as pictures of seniors and teachers at school or on field trips. If seniors have hardcopies that need to be scanned, bring them to Dr. Chicoski.
We look forward to seeing you during advisory on Thursday, February 27 for the Class of 2020 picture and the start of superlatives!
GUIDANCE FOR SENIORS - IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE YOUR FAFSA AND NEED HELP, PLEASE SIGN UP AND ATTEND ONE OF THESE FAFSA WORKSHIOPS AT GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Here’s a reminder that the series of FAFSA workshops includes an event hosted at Gateway Community College (20 Church Street) this Wednesday, beginning at 5 pm. FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is overseen by the U.S. Department of Education, the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation dispersing more than $120 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds annually to more than 13 million students paying for college or career school.Financial aid professionals will be on hand to help students and families navigate the process of need-based federal aid. Students can sign up at https://newhavenpromise.wufoo.com/forms/fafsa-days-for-class-of-2020/. (You may need to copy this address and put it into the address bar if you can't click directly on it). Those who sign up will receive a checklist of items that they will need to bring to successfully complete the process.
Mon., Jan. 20 — at Wexler Grant School (55 Foote Street), 9 am to 2 pm••• hosted by Higher Heights Youth Empowerment
Wed., Jan. 29 — at New Haven City Hall (200 Orange Street), 5:30 pm to 7 pm••• hosted by Higher Heights Youth Empowerment & New Haven Promise