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  • #MyClimateHero

    Students’ artwork showcased in Seattle, Washington at the Amplifier Art exhibit.

  • Environmental Charter Schools Statement on the #Enough National School Walkout

    Environmental Charter Schools Statement on the #Enough National School Walkout

  • Water by Design – EarthEcho Fellows

    EarthEcho Fellows create curriculum around aquaponics, Water by Design.

  • Trails were front and center at Hike the Hill in Washington, D.C. this week

    ECHS students advocated for the PCTA in Washington DC.

  • Inspiring Students to Be Stewards of Their Environment

    In partnership with the Caltrans HQ #ProtectEveryDrop campaign, our teachers are sharing the important value of clean water and protecting our waterways.

  • Environmental Charter Middle School Receives Funding from The Riordan Foundation

    The Riordan Foundation Awards Grant Funding to ECMS to Support STEM & NGSS

  • Fire-Making Ignites Learning at ECMS-Inglewood

    Students bring their learning to life by making sparks.

  • Environmental Charter Schools Statement on the Repeal of DACA

    Environmental Charter Schools remains committed to protecting the educational rights of our students.

  • Caterpillars and Climate Change

    ECS teachers work alongside researchers to gather data on how climate change affects caterpillars and other insects.

  • Bright Beginnings for ECMS-Gardena’s Solar Panels!

    Bring on the sun! New solar panels installed at Gardena are the first part of our larger sustainability plan.

  • In the Press

  • From LA To Boston: What Green Schools Are Doing Best

    Environmental Charter Schools visit Boston Green Academy to share about our best practices with five east coast schools.

  • High school notebook: Environmental Charter boys soccer team succeeding thanks to father-son connection

    ECHS Boys Soccer is advancing to CIF finals, learn how we did it!

  • Inglewood finds green in middle school’s Harvest Festival

    ECMS-I – Oasis of greenery. Featured in the Los Angeles Wave

  • ECMS-I – Focusing on the Environment

    ABC7’s Lori Corbin visits ECMS-I to show how our students are agents of change.

  • Environmental Directions Radio features ECMS-I

    ECMS-I and the Bay Foundation talk with Nancy Pearlman on Environmental Directions radio.

  • The Bay Foundation – Table to Farm Composting

    The Bay Foundation features Table to Farm Composting at ECMS-Inglewood.

  • ECHS Graduates Featured in Lawndale Tribune

    ECHS’ Mr. Lakey and two Yale-bound students were featured in our local Lawndale Tribune!

  • UCLA Study Sheds Light on What is Working at ECS

    Univision presents on a UCLA study that speaks about how diversity in schools impacts students.

  • ECHS’ Ogechi Hubert Featured in PCT Communicator

    Ogechi Hubert wrote about her project, Gravel to Green, and it was featured in the PCT Communicator!

  • Earth Carnival Featured in Lawndale Tribune

    ECHS Earth Carnival is featured in our local Lawndale Tribune.

  • Events

  • ECHS Earth Carnival – June 1, 2018

    ECHS students share games and activities they’ve created to teach about sustainable and healthy living.

  • [PAST EVENT] Diffendoofer Day Literacy Fair at ECMS-Gardena

    Literacy Fair shares and provides resources for different types of literacy!

  • [PAST EVENT] Green Up Day V at ECMS-G

    Green Up Day V at ECMS-Gardena was a success!

  • [PAST EVENT] ECHS Community Forum 2018

    Developing creative solutions to issues facing Los Angeles today.

  • An Evening with Educators Deborah Meier & Emily Gasoi

    Join us as we welcome MacArthur award-winning educator and author Deborah Meier and educator Emily Gasoi to our campus on Feb. 22!

  • ECHS Community Forum – February 2, 2018

    Join us as our students present, advocate, debate and share their perspectives on pressing issues.

  • Senior Thesis 2018

    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.

  • ECMS-Inglewood Hosts a Community Harvest Celebration

    Our school and neighborhood community joined for our 2nd Annual Harvest Festival and Ribbon Cutting to celebrate our 10 new classrooms.

  • [PAST EVENT] One Opportunity? Maybe Not

    Endyia Kinney-Sterns joins more than 80 other speakers to share their Take Action stories and experiences with ECHS students.

  • The People’s Food: A Sustainable Cook Off

    Join us on December 7th for a sustainable cook off led by our students.

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  • Harvest Festival and Ribbon Cutting

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  • Back to School – We Do It Better

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  • Oh! The Places You’ll Go!

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  • Jane Goodall Paid Us A Visit (And ECS in the News)!

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  • ECS Students Spring into Action

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  • 2016 is Coming to an End, but We’re Still in Full Swing!

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  • We’re Falling in Love with This Year

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