Facts & Data

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100% - of our students from our pioneer graduating class were accepted to college.



- of Met Sacramento students have an

active internship in the community.

140 - total number of students currently enrolled
at the Met Sacramento, and growing! Met students start taking advantage of our dualenrollment partnership with the Sacramento City College in their Junior and Senior years.

What the Community is Saying
“I’m excited that my son is part of their new music program, because it seems to compliment his studies perfectly!” -Robyn Coto Cann, Parent “I love that my students are learning what they are passionate about. The students here are building adult relationships that they wouldn’t otherwise have.” -Grace Palmer, Advisor “Here I am treated like an adult, so it motivates me to act like one.” -Naomi Elliot, Met Sacramento Class of 2007 UCLA Class of 2011 “Students pursue their passions while working in a safe, family-style environment. My daughters can’t wait to enroll!” -Allen Young, Principal

Some of the universities where Met students have been accepted...     
University of Chicago University of California, Berkeley University of California, Los Angeles University of California, Davis California State University, Sacramento

Some of the internships Met students have been a part of...         
California State Assembly Speaker, Fabian Nunez Society for the Blind ECOS - Environmental Council of Sacramento Sacramento News & Review Stantec - Multinational Architecture Firm American Red Cross Sacramento City Zoo Sol Collective Art Gallery SCUSD K-8 Schools

The Met is a free, public, small charter high school in Sacramento, California.

810 V Street Sacramento, CA 95818 Phone: (916) 264-4700 www.metsacramento.org www.bigpicture.org

Big Picture Schools What makes us different?

Students work at internships according to their passions.

Met students acquire internships, where they gain real world experience and educationally enriching contacts.

Met students thrive as their teacher builds an individual learning plan that is unique to their strengths. Students have the same teacher during their four years at the Met.

The Met is a small public charter high school in Sacramento, California. Each Met student has an individualized curriculum which includes academic learning at internships in the community. Our school model is inspired by a national network of 54 similar schools, all founded by The Big Picture Company.

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Small Class Sizes
Our teacher student ratio is 18:1.

One Student at a Time
Students design their curriculum according to their passions and are given one-on-one attention to ensure they are on the right path.

College Partnership
College going climate? You bet! Met Sacramento students benefit from our unprecedented dual enrollment partnership with Sacramento City College.

The Big Picture Company’s mission is to catalyze vital changes in American education by generating and sustaining innovative, personalized schools that work in tandem with mentors in their greater community.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can enroll?
We enroll families who can be a part of their child’s education. We encourage students to apply, as long as they are dedicated and focused!

What does it cost?
Since the Met is a public high school, there is no tuition.

We believe that true learning takes place when each student is an active participant in his or her educational plan. Each student’s learning plan is personalized by teachers, parents and mentors who know him or her well.

Are there GPA requirements?
No. There are no pre-requisites for enrolling at the Met.

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I’m interested. What’s next?
Before you enroll, schedule a Shadow Day for your student. A Shadow Day allows your child to follow a Met student around for half a day, and experience the campus and people first hand. Our phone number: (916) 264-4700

New students participate in a trust building exercise.

Take a tour of our campus. Call ahead of time and we’d be happy to show you around.

The Met Sacramento is a Big Picture school.