zSpace today announced that the Met is the first school district in the state to use an immersive, virtual reality technology that allows students to learn STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) subjects using 3D, holographic images that they can move and manipulate.
On May 21, 2016 we’ll be celebrating our 20th Anniversary. We’d love for you to join us for an all-day Community Festival on our campus in South Providence and at a special lighting of WaterFire that night in celebration of all our students have accomplished.
We're happy to be hosting the announcement of the 2015 Jeffrey Osborne Foundation Award recipients on Wednesday Morning at 11am! This year’s recipients include: The Amos House, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence, The Music School of the Rhode Island Philharmonic, St. Mary’s Home for Children, Button Hole, and THE MET SCHOOL!
In the article Living in Two Cultures, Sherenté Harris discusses how he’s helping to keep Native American culture alive in his community. Part of this work includes his project work at the Met and a Facebook page that teaches the Narragansett language.