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Summer School

Soar. Explore. Discover. 

The Grauer School’s Summer School programs are designed to provide year-long learning, enrichment, remediation, and of course, fun! Whether we are on-line or on-site, we specialize in helping students explore their academic and creative interests in our relationship-driven, college preparatory environment.

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 current Grauer School students. Our Summer 2021 sessions are scheduled to run from June 21 through July 9 and July 12 through July 30. Standard enrollment begins April 19 and closes June 14.

In addition to our middle school and high school offerings, The Grauer School will be hosting the following camp offerings from independent vendors:

  • Loly Lutti Pottery Camp - visit lolylutti.com for more information and registration.
  • KidzToPros for our younger campers - visit kidztopros.com for more information and registration, and click here to view a KidzToPros flyer.

We will be posting more details about all of our Summer School programs soon, and we look forwarding to seeing you in the Summer of 2021!

Summer School Questions

For summer school questions, click on the link below to send an question using our online form, or you can contact our Summer School Director, Tricia Valeski, at triciavaleski@grauerschool.com or 760-274-2116.

Ask A Question About Summer School

The Grauer School, operated by the Grauer Foundation for Education, admits students and hires employees 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.