Environmental Charter High School

Environmental Charter High School is a 9th through 12th grade public charter high school in Lawndale, California. It is one of the schools in Lawndale and Los Angeles County.

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... Environmental Charter High School ranked in the top 3% of Public High Schools by U.S ... It received an EPA Environmental Award, California Department of Education Service-Learning Award, and was one of the 2010 Race to Top Commencement Challenge Finalists to ...

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