All Met students are expected to reflect the 8 Met Character Pillars in order to achieve our goal of graduating High Academic, High Character, Egyptian Students.

Met Behavioral Expectations
Overview:
At Metropolitan School we believe that education is of paramount importance and maintaining an environment that is safe, free of distractions and supportive of learning. Each child is expected to behave appropriately in all school settings and activities and accept responsibility for his/her actions and the consequences of those actions. Parents and staff share the responsibility for maintaining and supporting the school’s behavioral objectives and working together to correct problems that may arise.

Our school wide behavior expectations the “Three B’s” are in alignment with the Met Pillars: