Congratulations of the ECHS Class of 2018! We are incredibly proud of you and can’t wait to see what you do in life!
Thanks to West Basin Municipal Water District, ECHS installed a new water bottle fill station!
Some ECHS students were finalists at the 2018 GreenShorts awards ceremony!
ECHS held their final Green Up Day for the year!
Environmental Charter Schools Statement on the #Enough National School Walkout
ECHS students advocated for the PCTA in Washington DC.
Environmental Charter Schools remains committed to protecting the educational rights of our students.
ECS teachers work alongside researchers to gather data on how climate change affects caterpillars and other insects.
Summer Bridge is a fun and immersive experiential program for all ECS students starting Middle and High School.
As our Class of 2017 graduates transition into college they are reminded to create, act, and remember their roots.
Pia Gentapanan shares about her green charter school on the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools blog.
Environmental Charter Schools visit Boston Green Academy to share about our best practices with five east coast schools.
Read about how ECMS-Inglewood’s Green Ambassador students maintain clean and healthy communities.
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!
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.
Mr. Lakey and his classes were featured in a Daily Breeze article; check them out!
Join us on January 31 as our students present, advocate, debate and share
Join us at ECHS Career Day to share your story of boldly advocating for change!
ECHS welcomed close to 700 students for its annual Earth Carnival on Friday, June 1st.
ECHS hosted their first People’s Health event on Friday, May 4th.
ECHS 10th Graders participates in mock interviews as part of their College Prep class!
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.
ECHS students share games and activities they’ve created to teach about sustainable and healthy living.
Meier and Gasoi come by ECS to discuss their book, These Schools Belong to You and Me
Join us as our students present, advocate, debate and share their perspectives on pressing issues.
Endyia Kinney-Sterns joins more than 80 other speakers to share their Take Action stories and experiences with ECHS students.