Summer School 2015

Summer School

Note: International Applicants, please click here or on the link to the left.


The Grauer School’s summer school program is designed to provide year-long learning, enrichment, remediation, and of course, fun! We specialize in helping students explore their academic and creative skills in our unique, relationship driven college preparatory environment.  As part of a small school advantage, we offer both week-long enrichment camps for middle and high school students as well as for-credit academic classes to students throughout San Diego County, not just matriculated Grauer School students.

The Grauer Summer School program will run from June 22-July 10 (first semester) and from July 13-31 (second semester).  Please stay tuned for our Summer 2015 offerings.

Exciting New Course Offering for Summer 2015:

Poetry and Our Ecological Imagination

WEEK 1 – THE SENSES – Students will approach creative writing through each of the five senses and find a new way to express what they “see” in the phenomenal world. Each day is a new interaction with one of the senses. We will write original poetry and prose as a collaborative effort and as a solitary act.

WEEK 2 – THE ELEMENTS – Students will learn about interconnectedness by noticing how the elements exist in all things. They will learn about the basis of life and write from this beginning. We will examine other traditions, poets, and philosophers and read their work. Students will write original poetry and create characters corresponding to Earth, Fire, Air, Water, and Space.

Kids can sign up for one or both weeks. Dates TBD.

Summer Inquiry Form

For any questions, please contact our Summer School Coordinator, Nick Scacco, by filling out this form, calling 760-274-2118, or emailing