Metro Prep Academy is a semestered, coeducational, university preparatory day school located off Leslie, south of the 401. Since 1982, Metro Prep has been preparing middle school (grades 7 & 8) and high school (grades 9 to 12) students to realize their highest potential. The school provides a structured environment that is geared for success at the university level. We imitate no one. We are totally original in thought and actions. Metro Prep is committed to nurturing the intellectual, physical, social and creative potential of students through a supportive yet challenging academic environment. The school places emphasis on the individual, where strengths are refined and weaknesses are overcome through academic and social supports. Metro Prep fosters a safe environment where students feel confident expressing their individuality, thinking critically and receiving the assistance needed to excel. Over 99 percent of graduates gain admittance to top-level Canadian and international universities.
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How well-suited is your child to Metro Prep?
- Strong Academics- University Prep
- Comprehensive Math & Science Program
- Personalized University Guidance
- Extensive Athletic Programs-Bball
- School of Music, Integrated Arts, Theatre and Humanities (SMITH)
- ME to WE excursions
- Metro Prep Alternative Orchestra
- Trips to Various Cities in US
- Charter Member SSAF
- No Uniforms
Our Take: Metropolitan Preparatory Academy
Metro Prep, in once sense at least, is very much what you might think a preparatory academy is for: the program is intended to prepare students for post-secondary education, particularly university. From there, however, all bets are off, and the school adopts none of the cliches or the stances that are hallmarks of the traditional, stereotypical prep school. The students don't wear uniforms, for one, the intention being to encourage individuality rather than conformity. Likewise, while the school intends student success, it's not defined in test scores, but by a creative engagement with the curricular content, and the world. Confidence over bravado; critical thinking over rote learning – in so many ways, this isn't your grandfathers' prep school. The ideal student is one who can thrive in a very active, engaging student environment, and intending to continue their studies at university.