Metro Institute of Technology (MIT)
Applying to MIT
Metro Institute of Technology is accepting applications for 9th grade students to begin in January 2019 (second semester of the current school year) and August 2019 (fall semester of the 2019-20 school year). The application will be available on our home page starting mid November.
Families interested in applying to MIT are encouraged to attend an Information Session to learn more about our program. Meetings are scheduled for Tuesday, November 13 at 6pm at 1929 Kenny Road; Tuesday, November 27 at 6pm at 303 S. Grant Street; and Saturday, January 12 at 10am at 1929 Kenny Road. If you are unable to attend, you may contact the school to schedule a tour.
In fall of 2015, Metro began a new pilot high school. This new addition to the Metro family is called MIT – Metro Institute of Technology. MIT was developed through a partnership with Franklin University and Columbus State Community College. MIT is Located on the 2nd Floor of Philips Hall (303 S. Grant Ave.) on the Franklin University campus. This is an exciting endeavor because it provides new possibilities for Metro students and families.
Expansion has allowed Metro to extend our reach to more families. As a newly designated STEM School within the state of Ohio, MIT offers a rigorous curriculum, while enhancing the quantity and quality of 21st century leadership skills we offer our students.
MIT is a 5-year program that affords students the opportunity to earn stackable credentials, including an associate’s degree within the career pathways below:
- Computer Science
- Engineering Technologies/Manufacturing
- Multi-Skilled Health
- And more…
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