Although the current issues in our country and in our world seem overwhelming, Dr. Grauer puts everything into perspective by reminding us what is really important.
It's an annual tradition for Grauer students to relieve some stress by petting cute and cuddly animals in a Petting Zoo on campus during Finals week. Grauer students had lots of fun petting a variety of animals including baby goats, rabbits, chickens, ducks, and an alpaca.
Conner’s Cause for Children is a small non-profit organization founded in memory of Conner Champ. For the past 16 years, The Grauer School has partnered with Conner’s Cause for the holidays. We would like to thank our Grauer community for sponsoring all 100 children on our Conner's Cause list again this year!
End of Most COVID-19 Restrictions
The Grauer School campus is open. At Grauer, we are excited to resume life on campus as usual in our signature expeditionary style, and we are happy that we didn't have a single COVID-19 transmission on our campus. An amazing small school benefit! Plus, we are thrilled to keep some of our best “COVID benefits" including our 14 natural green-space outdoor classrooms, bathed in Pacific breezes, making Grauer truly state-of-the-art.
Regulations are still changing, and those students who are vaccinated will most likely have significant state- and county-mandated advantages, on and off campus. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to our office or our Admissions team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (760) 944-6777.
Welcome to The Grauer School!
As a premier private school in San Diego, we are steadfastly dedicated to preparing tomorrow’s leaders for roles in our global community. The Grauer School was founded in 1991 by Dr. Stuart Grauer to provide teens with an environment to develop their own empowered voices. Our green, six-acre campus in Encinitas, California offers diverse programs accommodating approximately 150 students in grades seven through 12.
Our Socratic learning environment allows our students to stand on their own two feet while developing critical thinking skills necessary to meet the unique challenges of a rapidly changing society and world. Our curriculum allows students the flexibility to take classes for fun, learn how to make mistakes, become confident pursuing their passions, and ultimately follow their hearts doing things they are drawn to, rather than plotting out preordained or controlled paths they have little or no control over.
At the Grauer School, we believe our students achieve more enduring outcomes by cultivating independent thinking faculties necessary for self-empowerment, which includes forming core values like personal motivation, freedom, and courage. Our innovative curriculum has resulted in many students matriculating to the nation’s finest colleges and universities. As an inclusive private school in San Diego committed to celebrating diversity in all forms, we welcome students of many cultural and social backgrounds throughout the United States and across the globe.
96% Acceptance rate to the
top two colleges of choice
176 Sister schools worldwide
(UNESCO Associated Schools)
have travelled to on expeditions
Top 10 Places to work in the U.S.
70% Student body participation in team sports
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES
The Grauer School, operated by the Grauer Foundation for Education, admits students, hires employees, and appoints/elects trustees of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students and employees at the school. Within its mission and normal programming, it does not discriminate on the basis of age, disability, genetic characteristics, race/national origin, religion, actual or perceived gender or sexual orientation in administration of its hiring policies, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
We will be operating under an Odd Friday schedule today. Students will attend periods 1, 3, 7, and 5.