Metro Early College High School

Metro Early College High School is a small, intellectually vibrant, Ohio public STEM high school open to students in the state of Ohio. It is an early college program focused on problem-based learning with an emphasis on STEM learning practices (science, technology, engineering and math).

Metro’s mission is turning college aspirations into reality through personal relevance, academic rigor and transformative relationships.

Metro students engage in a personally relevant and academically rigorous curriculum, which allows them to complete high school coursework at an accelerated pace and access professional internships and college coursework before graduation.

Metro is a state of Ohio public STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) high school. Initially serving students from 16 participating school districts, Metro now serves students from 29 different school districts all over the state.

Metro – OSU College Credit Plus

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J-Term 2017 MECHS Info Session

This presentation contains information about the concentrated five week term at Metro known as J-Term.

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2016/2017 MECHS Info Session

Application deadline for fall 2017 is Friday, February 17.

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2015 – 2016 MECHS Orientation Presentation  

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Purchase Metro Spirit Wear!

The Metro PTSO has created a website for parents and students to purchase school spirit wear.  Items for sale include: Expandable Briefcase                                 3/4 Sleeve Baseball Shirt Moisture Wicking Short Sleet T-Shirt        Fleece Crew Sweatshirt Hooded Sweatshirt   ...

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OSLN STEM School Road-Trip

At the end of the 2015-16 school year, an OSLN staff member visited 13 different OSLN member buildings. He heard from dozens of teachers and students. Today, we’re proud to release the first edition of the Ohio STEM Learning Network STEM School Road Trip. STEM School Road Trip

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