Pardon our progress as we work to update our school website and our social media pages. Be sure to check out the individual campus information using the Campuses tab.
If you are unable to find any valuable information during the transformation please contact M.E.T.S. Charter School.
M.E.T.S. Newark students should come to 570 Broad Street in Newark for the 8/16/18 Freshman Orientation and the 8/17/28 Upperclassmen Orientation.
Please read for more information on Mustang Soccer and Volleyball registration and tryouts.
Read to find out more about the M.E.T.S. Charter School 2018 Graduation at New Jersey City University on Thursday, 6/28/19
M.E.T.S. Charter School is pleased to announce the appointment of our new Lead Administrator, Mr. J. Ethan Bashir.
M.E.T.S. Charter School is happy to announce that the New Jersey Department of Education has removed M.E.T.S. Charter School from probationary status. We want to thank everyone for their hard work this past year.
Sharine Annoh and Tamia West, both M.E.T.S. Newark seniors, were honored at the Essex County Academic Awards Banquet for having the top two grade point averages at M.E.T.S. Newark campus.
M.E.T.S. is excited to announce the new Newark campus location for the 2018-2019 school year. Read for facts about starting at M.E.T.S. Newark!
M.E.T.S. celebrates diversity. Click to see more photos.
M.E.T.S. students participate in a STEM workshop at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Brianna Lee reaches 1,000 career points!
M.E.T.S. wins both NJCSAL GIRLS BASKETBALL TITLES
M.E.T.S. Mechanical Mayhem took third place at Milburn High School's robotics competition.
The M.E.T.S. Girls Basketball team defeated Brearley of Kenilworth, 47-37, in the final of the Hudson River Classic at McNair Academic in Jersey City. It marked the first tournament title in any sport for M.E.T.S. Charter School.
Boys Basketball won 69-35 and the Lady Mustangs won 67-12 against Central Jersey College Charter.
The Hour of Code is organized by Code.org, a public non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science.
Read on to see what M.E.T.S. Newark students earned high marks!