Green Dot Public Schools operates 8 middle schools (serving grades 6-8) and 12 high schools (9-12) across the greater Los Angeles area. Our newest school, Ánimo Compton Charter School, is a span school, which will serve grades 6-12.
Our schools serve around 600 students, and the average class size at Green Dot is 25-30 students.
Ánimo Venice Charter High School820 Broadway St Venice, CA 90291
Ánimo Leadership Charter High School11044 S Freeman Ave Inglewood, CA 90304
Ánimo Inglewood Charter High School3425 Manchester Blvd. Inglewood, CA 90305
Ánimo City of Champions Charter High School9330 S. 8th Avenue Inglewood, CA 90305
Ánimo South Los Angeles Charter High School11130 S. Western Avenue Los Angeles, CA, 90047
Alain LeRoy Locke College Preparatory Academy325 E 111th Street Los Angeles, CA, 90061
Ánimo Watts College Preparatory Academy12628 Avalon Blvd Los Angeles, CA, 90061
Ánimo College Preparatory Academy2265 E 103rd St Los Angeles, CA, 90002
Ánimo Pat Brown Charter High School8255 Beach Street Los Angeles, CA, 90001
Ánimo Ralph Bunche Charter High School1655 E 27th Street Los Angeles, CA, 90011
Ánimo Jackie Robinson Charter High School3500 S Hill St Los Angeles, CA, 90007
Oscar de la Hoya Ánimo Charter High School1114 S Lorena St Los Angeles, CA, 90023
Ánimo Ellen Ochoa Charter Middle School4360 Dozier St. Los Angeles, CA, 90022
Ánimo Jefferson Charter Middle School1655 E 27th St. Los Angeles, CA, 90011
Ánimo Florence-Firestone Charter Middle School155 W. 69th Street Los Angeles, CA, 90003
Ánimo James B. Taylor Charter Middle School810 East 111th Place Los Angeles, CA, 90059
Ánimo Western Charter Middle School12226 South Western Avenue Los Angeles, CA, 90047
Ánimo WesternCharter Middle School12226 South Western Avenue Los Angeles, CA, 90047
Ánimo Compton Charter School13305 San Pedro St. Los Angeles, CA, 90061
Ánimo Westside Charter Middle School5456 McConnell Avenue Playa Vista, CA, 90066
I often hear from parents, past alumni, and community members who sing our praises, share wonderful anecdotes of their achievement since high school, and consistently mention our school, teachers and staff as the reason they've become so successful.
-Colin Lynch, History Teacher
The Hiring Process: What to Expect
You'll be surrounded every day by a supportive network of intelligent, passionate, and hardworking colleagues. You'll receive unmatched feedback, thrive in a diverse culture that encourages collaboration, and gain opportunities to grow through data-driven professional development.
I joined Green Dot because its mission aligned to my own educational philosophy. Growing up in a low-income neighborhood while attending a school in a neighboring middle-class suburb, I had experienced first hand the disparate versions of schooling offered to kids in my neighborhood versus the kids I went to school with. Our mission bridges the two worlds, so I'm excited to be a part of the bigger movement to transform public education.
-Rosa Joo, Teacher Effectiveness Support Specialist
Educators with any of the following credentials are eligible for hire at Green Dot Public Schools California:
- Short Term Staff Permit
- Intern Credential
- Preliminary Credential
- Clear Credential
- Limited Assignment Permit
- Emergency CLAD
My ideas are valued, and my colleagues work collaboratively. My job is about creating social change, so I am part of something bigger than myself.
-Andrew Osterhaus, Physics Teacher
Who We Serve
The stakes are high in California.
We are working toward something bigger. Public education in California state mirrors national trends for students in historically underserved communities. More than half of our students qualify for free or reduced school lunch, more than 20% of our students receive special education services and at least 10% of our students are English Language Learners.
Our efforts are giving hope to a whole generation of students. For too many years, the areas that we serve have been overlooked and forgotten. We have made the youth of these areas the focus of our work. Our goal is to motivate our students so they have the aspiration and ability to go to college. Hopefully, when they graduate from college, they have a desire to return to their community and work to improve it for the next generation.
-Abraham de Villiers, former Principal, Animo Watts College Preparatory Academy