Metro staff are the best resources

All staff support Metro students earning their High School Diploma.

City Bus Schedules at Metro

Route 2 passes in front of Metro. Visit the city bus site. New in the 2019-20 school year the Sponsored Student Fare Program offers no-cost rides on all fixed route buses operated by Cedar Rapids Transit. The program is currently available year round for all students in:

  • Cedar Rapids Community School District (CRCSD) CRCSD high school students show their student ID. CRCSD elementary and middle school students are not required to show ID.
  • Kirkwood Community College students show their student ID.
  • Coe College students show their student ID.

The Clinic, Metro Care Connection

Sara Gordon and Deb Gordon staff the Metro High School Metro Care Connection Clinic. Sara and Deb provide health care throughout the day while creating and maintaining positive relationships with Metro students. Learn more about the clinic.


The Metro Library contains about 5000 books. Stop by the library to see all these books or search for a specific book using the online catalog.

Linn County Resource Guide

Core Services provides financial management, administrative, and planning services for human service programs run by the county. Current Linn County resources. 

Linn County Community Services are at 1240 26th Ave. Court SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404. Phone 319-892-5600. The business hours are Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. There is a lot of helpful information offered and it can be confusing to navigate. If you need help locating a specific service or have other questions about Linn County Community Resources, talk with Mary Cruise, school Social worker, she is happy to help.

Metro Parent Childcare Center

The Metro Parent Child Center (MPCC) is an on-site childcare for infants and toddlers, available for Metro student parents and Metro staff. While staff pays for the service, parenting students work in the MPCC for one period each school day, in exchange for the care of their child. This gives student parents the chance to continue high school and diminish the cost of childcare. The MPCC is also a hands-on classroom for all Metro students interested in developing their childcare skills. Beginning in 2015-2016 an Early Childhood Development class was added to Metro's schedule.

Student Handbook