Looking for the February 15th, 2022 MCAT Open House link? Click here.
Met Centre for Arts & Technology
Enrolment for learners currently in Grade 8 and entering into Grade 9 in the 2022/23 school year will open on February 1st, 2022 and close for first intake of students on March 4th 2022. All three Met Schools (Maples Met School, Seven Oaks Met School and Met Centre for Arts and Technology) intend to notify parents of acceptance to the program by early April 2022. Applications for incoming Grade 8 learners will continue to be accepted from April 2022 until our school is at capacity.
We are also continuing to accept applications for learners currently in Grade 9 and entering into Grade 10 in the 2022/23 school year, from residents of Seven Oaks School Division as well as Out-of-Division students. We are a capacity for Grade 11 and 12 learners for the 2022/23 school year, however a waiting list is being established to open a new Grade 11/12 advisory for the 2022/23 school year.
A virtual Open House will be hosted on Tuesday February 15th, from 6:00-7:00pm through www.sopaclive.ca.
Families and learners wanting more details on our school or the 2022/23 school year are encouraged to contact Will Burton, Principal-Teacher at MCAT via school phone (204) 589-9854, or email email@example.com.
Joining the Met
Want to study at the Met School? Applications are open to any Seven Oaks School Division student ... but we do take our time to make sure the Exchange Met is right for you.
- The Seven Oaks Met School had a virtual open house that explains the uniqueness of Met schools. Click here to view a video from the 2021 Open House.
- Click here to complete the Exchange Met School Application form
- Include both a student letter & parent letter about why you want to come to the Met
- A copy of a recent Report Card
* If you are not currently attending a Seven Oaks School, you must also complete the Divisional Application Form
As the Exchange Met School courses run from September to June (not by semester), families are asked to make a minimum commitment of one school year.
How is Met different from other high schools?
Students start in the Exchange Met school by exploring their interests, examining career connections and doing research on the industries in our cities. They develop resumes, work on interview skills and arrange to interview people in their fields of interest to build understanding of their future plans before securing an internship. Check out the video below for more details and hear stories from past Met School learners.