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Due to inclement weather, M.E.T.S. Charter School will have a 2-hour delay tomorrow, February, 13th.


Due to inclement weather, M.E.T.S. Charter School will have a 2-hour delay tomorrow, February, 13th. Classes will begin at 10:00 AM. Irvington bus will pick up students 2 hours after regularly scheduled pick up time. 


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Remaining Middle School Basketball Schedule

The middle school basketball teams are in the middle of their season, and they would love your support. Below you will find the schedule for the remainder of the season. Check out the remaining games of the schedule.

CDC Panasonic Final Competition - April 16, 2019

Team    Base      Team

Congratulations to Aisha Bhamla, Andrew Heinzmann and Q'uara Phillips on making it to the CDC Panasonic final competition. This year challenge is to design, build and test a robotic device that will perform a heart transplant. On January 30, 2019 the team attended the preliminary challenge where they tested, refined and documented their robotics device performance. Coming soon are the oral presentations on March 13, 2019 and the final challenge on April 16, 2019. Good luck to these students! 

Princeton Summer Journalism Program - Calling All Juniors!

Princeton Summer Journalism Program    August 2-12, 2019

PSJP is a free 10-day journalism program hosted at Princeton University for high-achieving, low-income high school juniors. Students learn reporting from celebrated journalists and are paired with a college counselor during their senior year. All expenses, including students' travel costs to and from Princeton, are paid for by the program.

Apply today at psjp.princeton.edu. The registration deadline is Friday, February 15, 2019.

Princeton Summer Journalism Program

Middle School Basketball Games Cancelled Today


The middle school girls and boys basketball games have been cancelled for today, and they will be rescheduled at another time.

January Board Meeting will be on Wednesday, February 6th at 7:00pm in Jersey City


In compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act (N.J.S.A. 10:4-6 et seq.), notice is hereby given that the M.E.T.S. Charter School Board of Trustees’ monthly meeting scheduled for Wednesday, January 30, 2019 has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Feburary 6, 2019 at the Jersey City campus located at 211 Sherman Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey 07307.  The meeting will be called to order at 7:00 PM. Executive Session will take play at 7:00pm, and the public session will begin at 7:30pm.

Formal Action Will Be Taken

Gail Long
SBA/Bd Secty
January 28, 2019

A note from our new nurse, Nurse Joe

Dear M.E.T.S. Community,

First, I’d like to introduce myself,

My name is Joseph Roy, RN. The students call me Nurse Joe. I have been filling in at the M.E.T.S. Charter School as the school nurse for the past few months and now I am the full-time nurse here in Jersey City.

My first order of business here at the M.E.T.S. Charter School is to get to know a little more about the students. I have included with this letter a Student Health Information form (see the link below). This form will help me get to know your children and assist with any health care needs they may have. Please fill it out as soon as possible.

If you have any questions, concerns or comments regarding the healthcare of your child (or children) please do not hesitate to contact me. My phone number is 201.526.8500 ext. 711 and my email is jroy@metscharterschool.org

Here's the link to the health information form:



Yours in Health,

Joe Roy, RN

It's time for the Middle School Science Fair

Science Fair

Students and parents are invited to come view the Middle School Science Fair on Tuesday, January 22nd from 4:00-5:30pm in the church basement. Our middle school students will be presenting their science experiments. 

Jersey City Robotics - "Battle in the Blizzard” Meet at Millburn High School  

"Battle in the Blizzard” Meet at Millburn High School  

Robotics team testing and refining their robot to earn as many points at the "Battle in the Blizzard" Meet, Millburn High School.

    Robotics 1           Robotics 2   

Robotics 3           Robotics 4

Jersey City Engineering Classes Hard at Work!

Students are applying their knowledge and skills in building hospital delivery vehicle. Students are challenged to build and program an autonomous vehicle that can safely deliver medications and supplies to various patients in an assisted living facility.

Engineering Classes 2      Engineering Classes 3      

Students are modeling "Best Solution". Students are challenged to build a solar panel tracker system. The purpose of this challenge is to aim at the brightest part of the sky automatically using light sensors.

Engineering Classes 5      Engineering Classes 6      

Class of 2020 - Apply for the Jersey City Youth Works Program

Before winter break, the Class of 2020 students from Jersey City met with representatives from the Jersey City Mayor's Office in regards to the Jersey City Youth Works Program. This program is a paid internship that takes place over the course of 6 weeks in the summer. Students are being encouraged to apply for this program which requires a resume, transcripts, interview, three essays, and a letter of recommendation. It is open to Class of 2020 residents of Jersey City and provides students with the opportunity to work at prestigious companies such as:

Hudson County Chamber of Commerce

Hyatt Regency Jersey City 

Investors Bank 

Jersey City Medical Center 

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Liberty Science Center  

The above are just a few companies who have partnered with the program, and there are many more. So far, we have had about 35 students from M.E.T.S. who have submitted the initial paperwork to begin the application process. We'd like to see more apply. The program is highly competitive, so get your application in today!

Ms. Zamora and Ms. Casella are sponsoring this activity, and will be holding a resume workshop after school in an effort to guide students in the essay writing process. Dates of this activity will be announced soon.

More information on the Jersey City Youth Works Program can be found at https://www.jerseycityyouthworks.org/partners/.

If you need more information please do not hesitate to contact either Ms. Casella or Ms.Zamora.

Sixth Grader Wins National Double Dutch Competition at the Apollo Theater!

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Sixth grader Amatullah Muhammad and her Jersey City Honey Bees double dutch team won the National Double Dutch League’s Holiday Classic held at the Apollo Theater in New York on December 2nd. Check out the article from www.nj.com below:


Congrats Amatullah. The M.E.T.S. Charter School community is proud of you!

Boys Basketball Results

Boys Basketball


The boys varsity basketball team fell to Eastern Christian High School 59-47. Keshon Phillips led the way with 11 points on the night. The boys are back in action on Friday at Hasbrouck Heights at 7:00pm. Come out and support the team!

Board Meeting Tomorrow Night!

The December Board of Education meeting for M.E.T.S. Charter School will be held tomorrow, December 19th, at 7:00pm at our Newark campus, 2nd floor. If you wish to comment during the public comment section please be sure to sign up here.

School Board Meeting

STEM Program - Technical Enrichment & Outreach Program M.E.T.S. Students Graduate Fall Outreach Program at Fairleigh Dickinson University

The following Jersey City students have been awarded up to $40,000 in scholarships to Fairleigh Dickinson University. The M.E.T.S. graduates are Nourhan Fathy, Ahmed Amasha, Raichel Cochancela, Erik Ramirez, Davion Massey, Atrell Johnson, Mariah Laboy, Yusuf Harris, Amechelle Leander and Ashley Rosa. 

TEOP Students

M.E.T.S. Engineering Students Recognized by The New Jersey Boards Association and the U.S. Army at STEAM Tank 2018 Final Competition


The STEAM Tank Challenge, created and sponsored by NJSBA and the U.S. Army, encourages students in the areas of STEAM – science, technology, engineering, the arts and math.The following students are recognized for their innovative I-STEAM program entry in the STEAM TANK competition. The M.E.T.S. (Jersey City) students are Aisha Bhamla, Joshua Cordon and Muhammad Saad.

Upcoming Events

Events for Girls and Boys Basketball, Cheerleading, and each campus activities

Newark Campus Honor Roll Students Honored

The honor roll students at the Newark campus were honored in a ceremony on Tuesday, December 11th for their accomplishments during the first marking period.

Honor Roll Students to be Honored at the Jersey City Campus

Our Jersey City honor roll students will be honored in a ceremony today, Friday, December 14th, for their accomplishments during the first marking period.

Are You Interested in Speaking at a Board Meeting?

Are you interested in speaking at an upcoming board meeting? If so, you may utilize the public comment session to address your concerns. In an effort to streamline the process for those that wish to speak, we ask that you fill out the Public Comment Sign-up form located on our Board of Education page. The next regularly scheduled meeting will take place on Wednesday, December 19th at 7:00pm in our Newark location, 570 Broad Street.

Please Note: This portion of the meeting is open to citizens for comment on agenda items only. Residents are to state their names, addresses, and subject matter. Comments may be limited to five minutes per person. Members of the public are discouraged from speaking negatively about an employee or a student. The Board bears no responsibility for comments made by the public. Comments regarding employees or students cannot be legally responded to by the Board. Other comments may be responded to tonight or at subsequent meetings under "old business."

Remaining 2018-2019 Board of Education Meeting Dates

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 - Newark Campus
Wednesday, January 30, 2019 - Jersey City Campus
Wednesday, February 27, 2019 - Newark Campus
Wednesday, March 27, 2019 - Jersey City Campus
Wednesday, April 17. 2019 - Newark Campus
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 - Jersey City Campus
Wednesday, May 29, 2019 - Newark Campus
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - Jersey City Campus

Winter Sports Schedules are now Available!

Check out the winter sports schedules that are available under our Athletics page located on the top menu bar. 

Final Girls Basketball Scrimmage Results

Girls Basketball

The M.E.T.S. Charter School girls basketball team wrapped up their preseason schedule with scrimmages against Central High School, Ferris High School, Linden High School, and Payne Tech. M.E.T.S. took a hard fought loss against Central 37-33. Briana Lee lead the way with 23 points, 16 rebounds, 6 steals, and 3 blocks. Oreoluwa Awojobi added 5 points, and Lidia Santos 4 points. In a win against Ferris High School, Brianna Lee again led the way with 30 points, 17 rebounds, 8 steals, and 2 blocks. Jawannie O'Neil contributed 5 points in the win. The Lady Mustangs open their season tomorrow at Verona High School at 4:30pm. Please come out and support our ladies!

Girls Basketball Beats Becton Regional High School

Girls Basketball

The girls basketball team defeated Becton Regional 40-26 in a scrimmage on Wednesday night. Brianna Lee lead the team with 29 points, 12 rebounds, 4 steals, and 3 blocks. Gianna Mercado also contributed with 6 points, 4 rebounds, and 8 steals. The girls are back in action on Friday, December 7th at Central High School at 4:00pm.

Girls Basketball Scrimmage

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On Monday, December 3rd, the girls basketball team participated in a scrimmage at Irvington High School. After a valiant effort, the team lost 30-40. Briana Lee lead the team with 24 point, 11 rebounds, and 2 assists. The girls will be back into action in a scrimmage at Becton Regional High School at 4:30pm on Wednesday, December 6th.

Rescheduled November Board Meeting - Tuesday, December 4th at 7:00pm - Jersey City Campus

School Board Meeting



In compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act (N.J.S.A. 10:4-6 et seq.), notice is hereby given that the M.E.T.S. Charter School Board of Trustees’ monthly meeting for November 2018 has been re-scheduled to Tuesday, December 4, 2018.  The meeting will be called to order at 7:00 PM in the Jersey City campus located at 211 Sherman Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey 07307.

Formal Action Will Be Taken

Gail Long, SBA/Bd Secty

M.E.T.S. Newark Student Orientation Newark Orientation


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.

Attention Fall Athletes Go Mustangs!

Go Mustangs!

Please read for more information on Mustang Soccer and Volleyball registration and tryouts.

M.E.T.S. makes headway! light


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.

Facts about the new M.E.T.S. Newark Campus for the 2018-2019 school year New 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. Charter School 2018 Graduation Information 2018 Graduation

2018 Graduation

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. welcomes new Lead Administrator, Mr. J. Ethan Bashir! news


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. students impress with STEAM Tank idea at NJIT STEAM exploration


Aisha Bhamla, Nandi Williams, Muhammad Saad, and Joshua Cordon all wowed the panel at NJIT when presenting their wonderful STEAM Tank idea.

M.E.T.S. Jersey City students honored at the 31st annual Hudson County Academic Achievement Banquet Award


Ms. Dullea - Interim Lead Administrator, Christopher Florentino, Wayne Sunga, and Mr. Malpass - Jersey City  Instructional Leader

Math and Science in Action

Engineering Mustangs Are Learning and Winning! M.E.T.S. Charter School Students Display Engineering Skills at Panasonic CDC Robotics Challenge

The M.E.T.S. Charter School Robotics Team won in the first round and is moving to the finals competition of the 2017 Panasonic Creative Design Challenge on Tuesday, April 27th at NJIT. Congratulations and good luck to the students! A team of highly-trained Robotics Club students participated in the first round of Panasonic’s Creative Design Challenge (CDC) at the New Jersey Institute for Technology (NJIT) on February 1st. Sophomores Marti Salazar, Daniel San Miguel and Justin Alcantara were the Mustangs who matched wits against 40 public and private high schools from around the state. Panasonic’s CDC is a premier science and technology competition for high school students.

Click Here for the full Press Release

M.E.T.S. students graduate spring outreach program at Fairleigh Dickinson University TEOP graduates


Spring TEOP graduates

The following students are awarded up to $40,000 in scholarships to Fairleigh Dickinson University. The M.E.T.S. graduates are Gurdat Ramkissoon, Nandi Williams, Fanuel Perez, Paul Lopez , Aisha Bhamla, Joshua Cordon, Bryan Escobar, Joshua Leander, Marcus Alicea, Tyler Alexander, Q'uara Phillips-Hill and Andrew Heinzmann.

M.E.T.S. Newark students honored at 25th annual Essex County Academic Awards Banquet Principal Harris with Tamia West and Sharine Annoh

Seniors honored for high GPA's

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. students participate in National Walkout Day


M.E.T.S. Newark Campus - Third Quarter Honor Roll M.E.T.S. celebrates excellence

53 students at M.E.T.S. Newark earn high marks!

Read on to see what M.E.T.S. Newark students earned high marks!

M.E.T.S. Newark Campus hosts Multicultural Night M.E.T.S. dances to the beat

M.E.T.S. celebrates diversityM.E.T.S. celebrates diversity. Click to see more photos.

M.E.TS. Science Fair Winners Recognized

Mr. Malpass and Ms. Lopez congratulate the winners of this years science fair in fron tof this years Diversity Tree!

Winners of the Science Fair!

M.E.T.S. Jersey City Campus - Third Quarter Honor Roll M.E.T.S. celebrates excellence

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Please read to see the full list of recipients. 

M.E.T.S. engineering students recognized by Fairleigh Dickinson University at TEOP Sponsor Appreciation Day M.E.T.S. makes


Marti Salazar, Jaylynne Garcia, Andrew Heinzmann, and Bryan Escobar were all honored by FDU through the Technical Enrichment Outreach Program.

The M.E.T.S. Cheer Squad charms the crowd!

M.E.T.S. Cheerleaders root on Mustang Basketball

The Stevens Institute & Junior Achievement of New Jersey STEM & business workshop M.E.T.S. makes

M.E.T.S. at Stevens Institute

M.E.T.S. students participate in a STEM workshop at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey. 

Mustang Basketball opens season with strong wins over Central Jersey College Charter

Boys Basketball won 69-35 and the Lady Mustangs won 67-12 against Central Jersey College Charter.

Boys Basketball won 69-35 and the Lady Mustangs won 67-12 against Central Jersey College Charter.

Brianna Lee joins the exclusive 1,000-point club

Mustang mentality!

Brianna Lee reaches 1,000 career points!

National Honor Society is holding a Winter Raffle Ticket Contest

Win a Visa gift card! Join the raffle!

Win a Visa gift card! Join the raffle!

-  $1.00 for 1 ticket

-  $3.00 for 5 tickets


Jersey City Summer School Registration Information Summer School

JCPS Summer School Registration

Summer School Registration for Jersey City residents is at the J.C.B.O.E. building on June 12th, June 14th, and June 25th. 

Girls Volleyball beats Bergen Charter 2-1 on Senior Night

Thank you Janelly Chevres, Melissa Castano, Layla Munusami!

Thank you Janelly Chevres, Layla Munusami, and Melissa Castano!

Lady Mustangs take home the NJCSAL Tournament Title



Check out the 2018-2019 Online Newspaper

Check out the The METronome at https://themetronome.org/

Check out the The METronome at https://themetronome.org/

M.E.T.S. Robotics takes third place at the "Battle in the Blizzard" First Tech Challenge

M.E.T.S. Robotics takes a third!

M.E.T.S. Mechanical Mayhem took third place at Milburn High School's robotics competition.

M.E.T.S. Newark celebrates the Hour of Code

The Hour of Code is organized by Code.org, a public non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science.

M.E.T.S. celebrates the Hour of Code

Girls Basketball makes history with school's first tournament title at the Hudson River Classic

Lady Mustangs bring home the win!

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.

M.E.T.S. Robotics gets ready for challenge at Livingston , NJ

M.E.T.S. MECHANICAL MAYHEM will continue their FIRST® robotics season this Sunday, 12/11/17

M.E.T.S. robot #6110

M.E.T.S. students successfully complete Fairleigh Dickinson University's Technical Enrichment Outreach Program

M.E.T.S. students graduate TEOP program earning scholarships up to $10,000 annually for 4 years at Fairleigh Dickinson University.Great work STEM students.

Former student passes away

M.E.T.S. Jersey City will be having grief counseling on 10/20/19 to help with the coping of this unfortunate event.

M.E.T.S. Celebrates Unity

This Friday, October 27th, staff created wonderful masterpieces representing unity.

On Friday, October 27th staff created wonderful masterpieces representing unity.

M.E.T.S. Newark campus 9th & 10th Grade Placement Meetings

-  Newark public schools will be having an information session at 909 Broad Street on Monday, October 23rd from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm to review the placement process.


M.E.T.S. Ribbon Cutting

M.E.T.S. Newark had a wonderful Ribbon Cutting this past Monday with Governor Chris Christie giving a warm supportive speech.

Boys Soccer celebrates their season at Senior Night

Thank you Daniel Piedrahita, Angel Soto, Matthew Soto, Ibrahim Hussein, and Mario Galdamez! 

Thank you Daniel Piedrahita, Angel Soto, Matthew Soto, Ibrahim Hussein, and Mario Galdamez!

M.E.T.S. just wrapped up a successful canned food drive!

Canned food drive success!

M.E.T.S. 2017 Scholarship Awards

M.E.T.S. Charter School is proud to announce that our 2017 seniors have received over $4 million in scholarships to college.