METCO, Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity, was incorporated in 1966 as a voluntary desegregation program under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. METCO promotes the integration of suburban schools while affording the opportunity to Boston resident youth a suburban public education.  There are 37+ communities and towns in Massachusetts that participate in the METCO Program. Currently, there are over 3,300 students enrolled in METCO.  The central administrative office is located in Roxbury, MA.

Staff Contacts

Glavia Smith, LCSWMETCO Director781.246.6440 x.20222 or 339.203.1673
Angela DriggersBus Monitor and Paraprofessional781.246.6460 or 781.258.2631
Dewayne ClacharMETCO Support Staff781.246.6410