Grauer in the News
On February 10, the Encinitas Advocate published an article about “The Man Who Came to Dinner“, a play which was presented by Director Erin Langen and Grauer’s Theatre Department.
On February 9, the San Diego Union-Tribune published an event notification for “The Man Who Came to Dinner” play to be presented by Grauer’s Theatre Department.
Grauer Sophomore Jillian S. ’19 was featured in an article in the Coast News on February 3, congratulating her for winning multiple equestrian championships in 2016, including Grand National Champion in the Junior Hunter’s 15 and Under division.
On February 1, the Encinitas Patch published an article about “The Man Who Came to Dinner“, a play which was presented by Grauer’s Theatre Department. The article featured Director Erin Langen, and Grauer Seniors Luke R. ’17 and Ariana S. ’17.
Grauer Junior Colin Q. ’18 was featured as the Student of the Month on the cover of the February 2017 issue of North County Kids magazine.
On January 26, the Encinitas Patch published an event notification article on the screening of “The True Cost” documentary film and World Marketplace event presented by Grauer’s Girl Rising Club in February.
On January 26, the Encinitas Patch published an event notification about upcoming Discover Grauer Days events in February.
Grauer Senior Victoria W. ’17 was featured as a Student Star in the December 2016/January 2017 issue of 92067 magazine.
The Grauer School’s Great Conversations screening of the documentary film “The Mask You Live In” was featured in the December 2016/January 2017 issue of 92024 magazine.
On November 17, the Encinitas Patch published an event notification about the Great Conversations “Voices of Student Refugees” Discussion Panel event to be presented by Grauer’s Girl Rising Club on November 30, 2016.
On October 12, the Seaside Courier published an invitation to the community for The Grauer School’s annual Open House event, which will be held on Saturday, November 5 from 11:00am to 2:00pm at The Grauer School’s campus.
On October 6, the Encinitas Advocate published an event notification for The Grauer School’s Great Conversations screening of the documentary film “The Mask You Live In,” a documentary that presents the personal narratives of young boys and men and features experts in neuroscience, psychology, sociology, sports, education and media, further exploring how gender stereotypes are interconnected with race, class and circumstance.
The Grauer School was featured in a School Profile in the October/November 2016 issue of Del Sol magazine.
On September 13, the Seaside Courier published the article “The Grauer School Shines in Nationwide Survey” about how students at Grauer exceeded the norm in all three levels of the High School Survey of Student Engagement (HSSSE).
On July 22, the Encinitas Advocate published the article “The Grauer School Celebrates Class of 2016” about Grauer’s graduation ceremony which took place on June 10, 2016.
On May 12, the San Diego Union-Tribune published an article about the success of Grauer’s Archery Team at the Olympic Archery in Schools (OAS) National Championships, which were held on April 30 at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista. Grauer’s Archery Team was also featured in an article in The Coast News newspaper.
On May 6, the Encinitas Patch featured Grauer student Spencer W. ’17 and his 2nd place finish in 2nd place in the OAS National Archery competition.
On April 28, the Encinitas Advocate published a letter from Dr. Stuart Grauer about “Compassionate Computing in Schools.”
On April 22, the Encinitas Advocate featured Grauer’s Archery Team and their success in the Olympic Archery in Schools (OAS) California State Championship, which was held on April 2 at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista.
The Encinitas Advocate published an article about Grauer’s new Middle School Community Scholarship Program offered to residents of Encinitas for the year 2016-2017.
On March 11, The Coast News and the Seaside Courier published an article about The Grauer School receiving the Silver Green Ribbon Schools award from the U.S. Department of Education. The Green Ribbon Schools program recognizes schools that conserve resources while promoting health and environmental literacy.
The Coast News published an article on February 5, 2016 about Grauer Surfers beta testing Smartfin technology. Smartfin is a data gathering mechanism that attaches to the fins of surfboards to collect data. The Grauer School’s 20-plus-year dedication to eco-stewardship through organizations like Blue Water Task Force made welcoming Smartfit as a partner a natural choice.
The Encinitas Advocate published an article on Dr. Stuart Grauer’s new book, “Fearless Teaching“. Dr. Grauer’s new book celebrates the teaching profession, and features the stories of teachers from around the globe that he has found to be inspirational. “Fearless Teaching” is available on Amazon.com, and at some local bookstores.
The Seaside Courier published an article about the 25th anniversary of Grauer and the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Grauer’s new building. The new building gives the school more classroom, laboratory and office space, without increasing its 150-student enrollment, and was constructed to embrace the property’s approximately 5 acres of native landscape.
The Encinitas Advocate covered the celebration of the beginning of Grauer’s 25th year, with a description of Grauer’s brand-new permanent campus building.
The San Diego Union-Tribune published an article about an exchange program visit to Grauer by Taiwanese students from National Taichung First Senior High School in Taiwan.
The Seaside Courier helped us announce the renaming of the Great Hall in honor of David C. Meyer. See, The Grauer School names David C. Meyer Hall to honor longtime trustee.
7th Grade student Emerson S. was featured in an Encinitas Advocate article about the Encinitas Library Teen Talent Contest.
The San Diego Union-Tribune published an article on March 20, 2015 about the screening of the movie “Finding Kind” by the Grauer Girl Rising Club. This screening was part of the school’s ongoing “Great Conversations” series.
The Encinitas Advocate featured us twice! They highlighted Teacher Ambassador Bill Harman’s experiences marching in Selma in 1965 and how his perspective is invaluable to students learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. and the civil rights movement as well as this year’s play, the Mark Twain-penned farce Is He Dead?.
The Coast News published a piece about our Great Conversations Series screening of “Fed Up” and our students taking on the Fed Up Challenge to eat foods without added sugar for 10 days!
The San Diego Union-Tribune highlighted our Discover Grauer Tours for prospective students, held on Jan 8, Jan 21 and Feb 5.
92067 Magazine, Encinitas Advocate and Encinitas Patch all featured senior Alex Ladove signing her Letter of Intent to ride on Auburn University’s nationally ranked equestrian team! Congratulations, Alex!
Senior Natalie Brooks was highlighted in the Del Mar Times for her National Merit Commended Student Achievement!
The Grauer School’s Girl Rising club participated in a presentation hosted by the Del Mar-Leucadia branch of the American Association of University Women emphasizing passionate mentorship.
On October 21, the Del Mar Times featured our Expeditionary Learning program, particularly one student’s experience on our Navajo Nation expedition. Read the article here.
The Seaside Courier featured our 2014 Open House on November 15! Read more about our Open House and how you can attend.
On September 4th, The Coast News featured The Grauer School’s Groundbreaking Ceremony, announcing the official groundbreaking on our Phase III of campus construction. Read the article here (subscription required).
The Seaside Courier reported on Dr. Stuart Grauer’s lifetime achievement award from his alma mater, University of San Diego. Read about it here.
In reflection of our Earth Day screening of “A Fierce Green Fire”, Del Sol Magazine featured a writeup about the screening.
The San Diego Union-Tribune picked up our “Night On Broadway” benefit concert featuring Broadway veterans Sharon Wheatley and Robert Meffe. Read the U-T piece here.
Our PE program and philosophy were covered in a local CBS news segment! Watch the video here!
Encinitas Patch covered the announcement of our $4 Million Capital Campaign for Campus Completion.
The Rancho Santa Fe News reported on the unanimous passage of our new building plan by the Encinitas Planning Commission. Click through to read more.
The Grauer School was highlighted as a 92024 Business. Read “Balanced Education: The Grauer School Creates Leaders by Fostering Character and Academic Growth” here.
Kalina Quinn ’14 was featured as 92024 Magazine’s Student Star. Read “Surf, Sun & Fun” here.
Our successful high school robotics program was featured in 92024 Magazine. Read “FIRST for The Grauer School” here to learn more about how our FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) team, Shockwave Robotics, did at their last tournament.
Our Expeditions program was featured online after it returned to its roots in Baja California. Read “Grauer Students Return to Bahia de Los Angeles for Service Learning” here.
The Grauer School hosted a screening of documentary “Girl Rising”, a film about the power of girls’ education in developing countries. Read the article here.
Savanah (’14), Mikayla (’16) and Jillian (’18) Stuart’s business, “Ballerina Bows”, was featured in Encinitas Patch.
Kalina Quinn ’14 and Alex Espinosa ’14 were honored as National Merit Commended Students. Click through to read the full Encinitas Patch article.
Luca Cometti ’14 was selected to represent the United States at the 2013 Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Mountain Bike Championships held in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Read the full article.
The Grauer School welcomes six new faculty and staff members, read the full Encinitas Patch post.
Natalie Brooks ’15 shares her Tanzania Expedition and Grauer School experience in a Del Mar Times feature.
The Grauer School ranked #10 on Outside magazine’s Best Places to Work 2013 List.
Luca Cometti ’14 shares his passion of mountain biking, film, photography, and surfing in 92131 Magazine’s Student Spotlight.
Real Teachers: True Stories of Renegade Educators, written by Founding Head of School, Dr. Stuart Grauer, featured in Ranch & Coast Magazine.
Kalina Quinn ’14 and Alex Espinosa ’14 recognized as National Merit Scholarship candidates in the San Diego Union Tribune.
Morgan Brown, head of the Mathematics Department, selected as The Grauer School’s Encinitas Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year. Read the full article.