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The mission of Future Is Now Schools - Los Angeles is to increase the upward mobility of the most vulnerable student populations; homeless, foster, and probationary youth.

We envision culturally responsive student-centered communities of learning and positive youth development where adolescents thrive.

We believe youth have an innate human capacity — resilience, that can improve the life trajectories of youth when nurtured with self-agency and persistence.

Our mission is to change education for marginalized student populations and to support effective educator-led initiatives that lead to improvements in the classrooms, at school sites, throughout districts, and in unions. 

We are launching a new charter school in July 2021. FIN Prep's students will be educated and supported in a culturally- sensitive learning community.   

Click here to review the FIN Prep Charter Petition                   Click here to review 2021-2024 LCAP


Regularly Scheduled  Meeting

Wednesday, August 25, 2021, at 10:00 AM Pacific Time  - POSTPONED


About FINSLA Board Meetings

Board meetings are hosted virtually during the 2021-2022 School Year due to the COVID-19 restrictions and safety protocols. 

Members of the public are encouraged to attend the meetings via Zoom.

By electronic device:

Meeting ID: 915 5052 6642                                   Passcode: FINSLA

By telephone

+16699009128,, 915 5052 6642 # US (San Jose)

+12532158782,, 915 5052 6642 US (Tacoma)

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Individuals wishing to provide public comment should dial (669) 900-9128; Meeting ID: 915 5052 6642; Passcode: FINSLA, before or during the Board of Directors' meeting, or through the Zoom Application by clicking here or entering the information below. They should be prepared to identify the agenda matter they wish to address. They will receive instructions to click the “raise hand” button on the Zoom Application or dial *9 to raise their hand from a phone. At the appropriate time, staff will identify public speakers in the order in which they raised their hands. Their line will be opened and the public speaker will then provide public comment. Public speakers may choose, but need not identify themselves to the Board of Directors. 

Comments must be limited to three (3) minutes per individual.  Speakers utilizing a translator are granted six (6) minutes. If you wish to ask questions, please address them to the Chairperson and not individual members of the Board or to the staff.  Further, individuals are requested not to engage in making remarks demeaning or related to attacks of board members or staff.  Failure to abide by the directions of the Board may be disruptive to the meeting and may result in the person being ejected from the meeting. 

In addition to oral public comment, the Board of Directors will consider written public communications.  you may submit written public comments or documentation by e-mail to [email protected].  All written public comments will be forwarded to the Board of Directors. 

  • Please include your name, phone number, specific agenda item, and Board meeting date in your correspondence.
  • Correspondence received shall become part of the official record.

You may leave a message for Board Members with your public comments by calling: (661) 724-6880.

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