Metropolitan is an interdistrict magnet high school in New Haven that offers students four academic paths of study - Allied Health and Science, Digital Arts and Technology, Law and Political Science, and Finance. 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.
MBA is committed to ensuring all students realize their full educational potential by providing supportive, innovative and rigorous instruction in a safe school environment.
Metropolitan Business Academy — A school of innovation, integrity, and involvement — uses the resources of the school and community to offer a challenging, integrated curriculum that inspires students to become self directed 21st century learners on their journeys to excellence.
NHPS Nondiscrimination Statement
It is the policy of the New Haven Public Schools district that no person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of or otherwise discriminated against under any program, including employment. Protected classes include Age, Ancestry, Color, Gender Identity or Expression, Genetic Information, Learning Disability, Marital Status, Mental Disability, Intellectual Disability, National Origin, Physical Disability, Race, Religious Creed, Sex, Sexual Orientation, equal access school facilities and school premises to Boy Scouts for America and other designated youth groups.
District Title IX Coordinator: Vallerie Hudson-Brown
54 Meadow Street, New Haven, Telephone # (475)220-1549 (Internal 81549)
Metropolitan Title IX Coordinator: James Moseley, Assistant Principal, (475)220-7711
504 Coordinator: Dolores Garcia-Blocker
54 Meadow Street, New Haven, Telephone # (475)220-1572 (Internal 81572)
Update Feb. 23, 2017: Governor Malloy signs Executive Order No. 56 to affirm state protections for transgender students in Connecticut schools and to provide guidance to superintendents outlining state's anti-discrimination laws.