AT ECS, TEACHERS GO ABOVE
AND BEYOND TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS.
As our Class of 2017 graduates transition into college they are reminded to create, act, and remember their roots.
As their campus grows and changes, so do these bright middle schoolers as they culminate to high school.
The future is bright. Celebrate these students who are considerate, compassionate, and have an understanding outside of themselves.
These graduating seniors in our spotlight achieved academic success and embraced their unique identities and to seek and pursue their passions with confidence.
Read about ECMS Inglewood’s MESA (Math Engineering Science and Arts) program!
Read how this teacher-in-training sees the future of learning in action at GAI.
ECS had the honor of hosting Dr. Jane Goodall for a tree planting and an exchange of research and personal stories of inspiration.
Ogechi Hubert’s program will get South LA students and their families to California State Parks all expenses paid!
At Our annual Community Forum, students led shared research findings around issues impacting their communities in South LA.
Environmental Charter Schools’ Green Ambassadors Institute brings dozens of educators together for a walk, bike and sail to explore research in action
ECHS’ Mr. Lakey and two Yale-bound students were featured in our local Lawndale Tribune!
Univision presents on a UCLA study that speaks about how diversity in schools impacts students.
Ogechi Hubert wrote about her project, Gravel to Green, and it was featured in the PCT Communicator!
ECHS Earth Carnival is featured in our local Lawndale Tribune.
Spanish language media feature our ECHS students and their rocket launch project.
ECHS Math Teacher, Mr. Lakey, and his classes were featured in a Daily Breeze article; check them out!
South Bay Magazine featured Environmental Charter Schools in it’s April Issue (second half of article features ECS and Founder Alison Diaz).
“From The Hallways of Green, Healthy, Sustainable Schools” ECHS’ seniors featured in Green Schools’ Catalyst Quarterly
ECHS Seniors, Ogechi Hubert and Carolyn Lam share what it means to be an ECS student.
Congresswoman Maxine Waters joins ECHS for Earth Carnival.
Univision 34 featured a segment on our EmpowHer program, an all-girls personal development class offered at our middle schools.
We heard one elementary student exclaim, “I wanna go here! I wanna go to this high school!”
On May 22, ECHS 12th graders all presented their Senior Theses, a 30-minute feat, a year and a half in the making.
We are excited to welcome Danni Washington as our Graduation Keynote!
Thank you to everyone who joined us at our last Green Up Day of the year!
Our students are tackling the issues that mean the most to them. Visit our campus as they deliver inspiring presentations about the injustices in our community and what we can do to impact change.
Join us as our students share games and activities they’ve created to teach about sustainable and healthy living.
Join us as our students present, advocate, debate and share their perspectives on pressing issues.
Join us on December 7th for a sustainable cook off led by our students.
Former NFL Player EmpowHer Institute, LA County Arboretum and Heal the Bay Among Invited Speakers
Join us for ECHS’ 10th Annual Career Day on November 10, 2016.