• Clubs and Organizations

    Clubs are sponsored by staff, but run by our students.  Students can begin a new club if they have five student members and a staff sponsor.
    Metro has a variety of clubs to address student interests, among them are:
    American Sign Language (ASL) 
    Aquarium Club - The Aquarium Club sets up and maintains all of the beautiful tanks around Metro. Our centerpiece is the 180-gallon, Peruvian tank in the main entrance hallway of the first floor. Learn how to build and maintain miniature ecosystems (and possibly go to Peru!). The fish welcome you!  
    Black Student Union - Talk about issues in the black community.  Learn about black and or African culture.  Social platforms for students.  Bring different communities in Metro together.
    Book Club - If you love to read, you'll love the book club.  The Metro Book Club meets every Wednesday in the Metro Library during lunch, or virtually thru teams same day, same time.  
    Contact Mrs. Kukay, brenda.kukay@slps.org and request to be added to the book club team!

    Cinematography Club  - Are you interested in movies? Cinematography is a community where we film skits, stories, and more! Check out our Instagram @metro.movies and our YouTube, Metro Cinematography Club.  Please contact Junnie Bae at junniebae@gmail.com to join.  Sponsors -Mr. VanPelt and Ms. Reef 

    Cooking Club

    Debate - Sharpen your presentation and logic skills while competing against other serious thinkers....join Debate!  Laura Trieschmann sponsor. 

    Environmental ClubFellowship of Christian Athletes- FCA- 
    French Club - French Club is a weekly club, with officers elected each year.  It celebrates all things French.  At various times throughout the year, club members enjoy cultural presentations, language presentations, French food parties, and the annual outing to a French-food restaurant.  French club also participates in Metro's annual World Language Week in March, with several activities, including the always-popular Color a  Masterpiece competition.  Madame Wilson, sponsor
    .Gardening Club
    Gateway RoboticsGay Straight Alliance (GSA)As members and allies of the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning) community who come together through the GSA, we stand for acceptance, pride, education, tolerance and the extinction of ignorance by educating, advocating, supporting and embracing people of all sexual orientations while uniting our voices, creating change and educating our peers.
    Harry Potter ClubJazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo - The Jazz program consists of the Jazz Ensemble, a non-auditioned group comprised of students who have interest and desire to learn and perform Jazz in a Big Band setting, and Jazz Combo, which is an auditioned group consisting of more experienced Jazz students. We meet twice per week in the Band Room. All members have a chance to perform numerous times each year, including public performances and Jazz festivals. Metro’s Jazz students get hands-on experience working with local and national professional Jazz artists/clinicians through various workshops and performances. It’s a great way to have fun and express your musical talents!  Marquita Reef, sponsor.
    Knitting Club
    Math Club - Do you enjoy challenging each other in math? Do you stay up late just to finish that last math problem? Are you interested in area math contests? Well, we have the club for you. We explore math beyond what goes on in class.  See Mr. Perniciaro or Mr. Oreto.
    Melodrama (singing)
    Metro Mix Dance Club 
    Metro Step
    Metro Student News
    Metro Women's Association
    Model U.N.
    Nerd Club
    Safe Space
    Science Club
    Spanish Club - Spanish Club is designed for all students, Freshmen through Seniors, no matter what foreign language course they take. Each year we raise money to sponsor a young girl in Guatemala. We learn about Spanish culture while having fun. New officers are chosen at the end of each school year.  See Ms. Valle.
    Story Club
    Student Council - Metro's Student Council consists of 16 students, four from each grade level, who are elected by their fellow classmates to serve the school.  Meetings are usually held during lunch one day per week.  The Student Council helps with school events, such as the annual Meet and Greet Barbecue, does community-service projects, and discusses student concerns. 
    Poetry/Slam Club - Whether it's writing songs, rhymes or simply poetry, Poetry Club explores creative ways to evoke messages to our peers.  Poetry Club is also a way to evolve as a poet and song writer.  Not only do we engage in creative expression, we also build a companionship for each other.  This club is a wonderful way to use your voice and to never underestimate the power of your word.  Elizabeth Chambers, sponsor.
    Recycling Club - Reduce, reuse and recycle!  You all know the saying, but do you really help the environment?  Help save trees and get community-service hours at the same time.  Mr. Chambers, sponsor.
    Tech Crew 
    Vogue  (modeling) 
    Yearbook Committee - What could be more fun?  See Mrs. Seiler.