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Green Dot believes every student deserves the chance to attend a high-quality school.
In August of 2015, Green Dot Public Schools Washington opened their first middle school in Tacoma, Washington, Destiny Middle School with 200 6th grade students. We now have two additional schools in our network, with another high school scheduled to open in August 2018. Alongside Excel Public Charter School, located in Kent, Washington and Rainier Valley Leadership Academy, located in SE Seattle, Washington, our three schools serve approximately 850 students in the Puget Sound area.
Through intentional community and stakeholder planning, our diverse students and families are at the core of what we do. With an emphasis on personalized learning and a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, our dedicated educators are focused on preparing all students for college, leadership, and life.
News and Announcements
State Legislature passes bill to keep public charter schools open; Final stop is the Governor’s desk
Tacoma, WA – Green Dot Public Schools applauds the legislature for their bipartisan leadership to honor the will of Washington state’s voters and passing a bill to keep public charter schools open. We are counting on Governor Inslee to take action and sign this bill into law to keep Destiny Middle School in Tacoma and…Read More
Source: Crosscut.com Amid controversy, Olympia is looking at options to keep the voter-approved charter schools functioning “Now I’m going to pick a variable!” Fredolyn Millendez is standing in front of her math class. The lights are dimmed, and a projector shines onto the wall at the front of the room. As enthusiastically as if she…Read More
Article and photos originally published in the Tacoma Daily Index Posted on June 25, 2015 by Todd Matthews When contractors unlocked the doors to the former John R. Rogers Elementary School building late last year, they made a surprising discovery: trespassers were living in it. The three-story, 108-year-old structure sat mostly vacant for more than…Read More