Metropolitan Regional Career And Technical Center

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We are now accepting 9th grade applications for the 2018-2019 school year.

We are also accepting applications for students currently enrolled in grades 9-12  

At The Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center (the Met), we use a multifaceted educational model that works best when students are motivated and are accountable for their learning. With high standards and strong family engagement, the Met’s individualized education approach has proven successful in unlocking students’ passion for learning, one student at a time.

The Met empowers its students to take charge of their learning, to become responsible citizens and life-long learners. Our five academic learning goals help students develop problem-solving skills, express themselves creatively, expand their knowledge base, interact effectively with others, and design meaningful projects - all the while challenging themselves to new ideas.

Learning goes beyond the classroom. Our internship program provides a vehicle for connecting real world learning to curriculum. At the Met, we utilize the internship and mentor relationship to create a full circle of learning through project based work.

We enroll families. Parents and siblings are an integral part of our schools. We work to maintain strong relationships between home and school knowing that the spirit of community, cultural diversity and the people that surround us enrich life within the Met.

We invite you to visit the Met, meet our staff and our students, and explore real world learning with us.

The Met seeks motivated and curious learners who are eager to pursue their interests in a real world setting. Met Students take ownership of their learning and develop academic skills by exploring a variety of interests.
 

How to Apply:

 
 
Step 2: Follow the instructions in the application and submit or mail it to us
 
Step 3: Give your current guidance counselor or principal a copy the Request for Release of Academic & Special Services Records. They must complete the form and submit it to the Met with appropriate documents
 
Step 4: Attend an open house
 

Providence Campuses

Thurs. Jan 18, 2018, 6-7:30pm @ our Public St.Campus

Sat. Feb 3, 2018, 1-2:30pm @ our Public St.Campus

Thurs. Feb. 8, 2018, 6-7:30pm @ our Public St.Campus

East Bay Campus: 

Wed. Jan. 17, 2018  5:30-7pm @ our East Bay Campus

Wed. Feb. 7, 2018, 5:30-7pm @ our East Bay Campus

 
 

If you have any questions about admissions contact us:

 
The Met Recruitment Office
325 Public Street
Providence, RI 02905
 
Public Street Campus
Jasmina Bonilla
T:401-752-3480
 
Daimar Colon
T:401-752-2636
F:401-679-0159
 
East Bay Campus
Carmen Valverde
T:401-846-5320
F:401-846-5703
 
The Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical offers a unique and innovative career and technical program to all high school aged children in Rhode Island.
 
The Met does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The Met takes steps to assure that the lack of English-language proficiency will not be a barrier to admission and participation in CTE programs.
 
The Met is proud to be a Big Picture Learning School and the founding flagship of a growing dynamic national and international network. For more information about Big Picture Learning visit www.bigpicture.org.