Message from the Principal
Welcome to Green Dot Middle School in Southeast Seattle!
We are a free, public charter school that is open to all students and dedicated to serving our local community in the Rainier Valley. We are thrilled to welcome our founding class of 6th grade students beginning in August 2017. Our mission is to prepare every student for high school, college, leadership and life. Green Dot has a proven track record of aiding historically underserved students, including students from low-income backgrounds and students of color. We are committed to the following:
- A public middle school that’s free and open to all students
- Personalized learning for all students
- A teacher mentor for every child
- A college-going culture
- Technology to enhance learning
- Family partnerships and programming
- Free after-school enrichment program
I was raised in the Pacific Northwest and began my career in public education in 2003 in South Central Los Angeles as a middle school math teacher. Most recently, I've had the privilege to live and serve in the Rainier Valley as the Proud Principal of Graham Hill Elementary and Assistant Principal of Aki Kurose Middle School.
We are currently enrolling 5th grade students to join our founding class in August 2017. Please join us at an upcoming information session to learn more about Green Dot's mission to ensure that all of our students graduate prepared for high school, college, leadership and life.
News and Announcements
Green Dot Washington’s flagship school, Destiny Middle School launched in 2015 with our first sixth grade class. Destiny will roll up to a full 6-8th grade middle school over the next three years. Take a tour of Destiny’s website to see Green Dot students and campus life in action.Read More
Over the last month, we have established our office in the church building located at 6020 Rainier Avenue South in preparation for the launch of our first school in southeast Seattle. Construction is set to begin next summer 2017 to ensure a new school facility is in use for the 2018-19 school year. Green Dot…Read More