Ánimo Inglewood
Charter High School
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Upcoming Events

  • March, 2015
    • FriMar13 Green Dot All Boards Retreat 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    • TueMar17 Green Dot Washington Board of Directors Meeting 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Our School at a Glance

Principal: Philip Parker
Address:3425 Manchester Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90305
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Contact:Norma Brizuela, Office Manager
(323) 565-2100

Welcome to Ánimo Inglewood Charter High School! Our mission is to prepare all students for college, leadership, and life. We proudly serve the Inglewood and surrounding community, providing high quality, public, 9th - 12th grade college-ready education. Whether you're a parent looking for a new school for your child, a community member, or an educator looking for a great school to work with, we are eager to hear from you are are happy to answer any questions you have. 

-- Principal Philip Parker

Click the image above to apply online. Please have available:
  • Your student’s 5-digit school ID number
  • If applicable to anyone in your household, their benefit case number (CalWorks/CalFresh)
If applying online, you do not need to submit a paper application to the school office.
Only one free and reduced meal application needs to be completed per household.

News and Announcements

Twelve weeks in the making, the Hockey-Bot competition will showcase the engineering and computer science work of more than 100 students from Ánimo Leadership, Ánimo Inglewood, and Ánimo Pat Brown Charter High Schools. More than 36 teams have entered the competition, which will take place Wednesday, February at Ánimo Pat Brown Charter High School.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will meet Friday with members of United Parents, a group committed to empowering parents and families with the tools they need to eliminate the barriers to learning their children face and the issues that inhibit the quality of life in their neighborhoods. United Parents is a parent-driven organization with trainings and workshops provided by Green Dot Public Schools.
Students from Green Dot Public Schools will help kickoff a week of events promoting computer science education as part of the "Hour of Code" that has more than 35,000 classroom sessions planned nationwide this week.
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