The teenage boy was arrested on suspicion of murder on November 30 and appeared at Uxbridge Magistrates' Court on December 1 after being charged earlier that day.
A police spokesman confirmed the 17-year-old, who remains anonymous for legal reasons, will appear in court on February 20 and a provisional date for the trial has been set for April 30.
Jason Isaacs, 18, of Northolt, was stabbed multiple times in Newnham Close on November 18 and died in hospital three days later after falling into a coma.
On December 1, a Metropolitan Police spokesman said they were continuing to appeal for witnesses and anyone with information about the murder to come forward.
He said: “Our suspects are four people riding on two mopeds. At least one of them was not wearing a crash helmet. Did you see them before, after or during the incident? Can you name any of them?
“I know that there are people who know who the suspects are and it is vital that we hear from those people without delay.
“A young man has lost his life, your information will make a huge difference and get justice for Jason's family and help us remove these dangerous individuals from your community.”
Since the fatal stabbing, police said anyone providing information that leads to a prosecution could be eligible for a reward of up to £20,000.
Police are also keen to hear about any other victims who may have been threatened, robbed or assaulted by the four people on mopeds but may not have reported the crime.
As detectives made a fresh appeal for information, Jason's mother said: “Our amazing, beautiful Jason went out with friends for a night out and a few drinks.
“He should have come home to his loving family, instead he was brutally attacked – he never stood a chance.
“Our lives are in pieces. Every piece of information is really important. For Jason, make that call, thank you.”
Anyone with information is asked to call the police incident room on 020 8785 8099.
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