Met High School Principal Allen Young, placed on administrative leave last week, has resigned, according to a spokesman for Sacramento City Unified School District.
Young, who resigned on Thursday, had been on administrative leave pending an investigation into allegations of misconduct. Sacramento City Unified spokesman Gabe Ross said the district's investigation has been completed.
Young wrote last week in an email to The Bee that the allegations were unfounded.
"I am a proud product of the Sacramento City Unified School District as a student, teacher and currently principal," he wrote. "For years I have taken students, with parental and district consent, to college previews."
Ross said he could not provide details of the district's investigation. Ross said the Met's assistant principal, Vince Wolfe, will be interim principal for the remainder of the school year.
The Met High School, at 810 V St., has an enrollment of 274 students. It is one of five charter campuses operated by the district.