Joining in the excitement of the World Cup, Metro Wellness (health/physical education) students practice their soccer skills at Ohio State's ARC building.
The Action for Happiness December Kindness Calendar is filled with simple ways you can make a difference all month through simple, thoughtful acts. Give it a try!
Giving Tuesday is here! Donate to Metro Schools and help equip tomorrow’s workforce! Make a secure donation online at the columbusfoundation.org (enter Metro Schools in the search bar).
We give thanks for all members of our Metro School community - teachers, parents, students, partners, administrators, board members, office staff, volunteers - we appreciate you!
Dr. Davis and Dr. Osman from OSU’s College of Optometry teach Bodies students about the arc of the angle and how it translates to the size of letters on a visual acuity chart. Students used what they learned to solve a case study.
College Visit Day: H.S. students investigate post-secondary options during campus visits to Ohio U, Tiffin, Heidelberg, Shawnee State, Miami, Ohio Northern, Cleveland State, Marietta, Earlham and Kenyon.
This Veterans Day, we thank all of the Metro staff, parents, volunteers and partners who have served or are currently serving our country.
UA Councilwoman Kathy Adams shows M.S. Student Council members how school leadership can translate into local leadership and beyond.
Metro 7th graders were at COSI Friday for the exciting news that the exhibit “Tutankhamen - His Tomb & His Treasures” will be on site in March. The announcement came on the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the pharaoh’s tomb.
The November "Action for Happiness" calendar is filled with daily ideas to try new things - or new approaches to old things - to make life happier, healthier and kinder.
Friday Fall Fest: Metro's AfterCare students celebrated fall with food, games and crafts. Thanks to all the parents who donated items and the staff who helped make it great!
Middle School students were thrilled to be part of the AWS Girls Tech Day at COSI today.
Metro's Rock the Street, Wall Street (RTSWS) Club members thank Diamond Hill Investments for their mentorship and guidance this semester!
RTSWS is a national program designed to bring both gender and racial equity to the financial markets and to spark the interest of high school girls into careers in finance. @Diamond Hill Investments @Rock the Street, Wall Street
Learning from the Past: OSU’s Anthropology Public Outreach Program visited the 6th grade Regions & People class today. Students took on the role of
anthropologists by hypothesizing about early human skulls.
Sunday Service: National Honor Society members spent time giving back this weekend by helping to clean up Goodale Park.
Math + Technology = Art: Precalculus students explored graphing polar curves today for a graphing art project.
Our deepest thanks to MacKenzie Scott for a generous $2.5 million contribution to Metro Schools!
Bacterial Conjugation Lab: Students in the Bodies program learned how antibiotic resistance can come through mutation and gene transfer and how those changes impact the effectiveness of medications in treating illness.