Ánimo Western Charter Middle School
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Our School at a Glance


Principal: Sonja Johnson
Address:12226 South Western Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90047
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Contact:Arlene Vinzon, School Operations Manager
avinzon@animo.org

Phone: (323) 600-6000
Fax: (323)777-6056

Opened:2011
Grades:6-8

      Ánimo Western Middle School is a special learning community because of our amazing staff and the families we serve.  We are a public charter school that is dedicated to serve our local community.  Our mission is to prepare every student for High School, College, Leadership and Life.  We are a small learning community that serves approximately 645 families.  Our mission is to provide a high caliber education characterized by Rigor, Relevance and Relationships to every student.

     Along with providing strategic intervention and enrichment courses to ensure students are prepared for High School and College, our student also have opportunities to participate in after school programs like tutoring, dance, baseball, soccer, basketball and field trips to colleges and universities.  Our staff possesses a strong passion for excellence.  We have an unwavering belief in the potential of each of our students.  We understand that to be successful in meeting our mission we must work closely with and serve our community and parents.  

     Our doors are always open.  We hope to see you on our campus soon!  Go Wolves!!!






News and Announcements

Green Dot Public Schools announces its participation in the federally funded Seamless Summer Food Program for summer 2015.
Eight Green Dot Public Schools have been named America's Best High Schools by US News & World Report, the most in the non-profit charter school network's 15-year history.
Green Dot Public School will name the newly renovated baseball and softball fields at Alain LeRoy Locke College Prep Academy after two of Locke High School's most famous alumni: baseball Hall of Famers Ozzie Smith and Eddie Murray.
Six Green Dot Public Schools high schools are among the top 2% most challenging to their students in the country, according to the Challenge Index, a survey by the Washington Post that measures the level of opportunity students have to take tougher courses such as Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate.
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