Come and see what makes The Grauer School so unique! Join us for a “Discover Grauer” campus tour in January and February.
Grauer's High School Theatre Department will present their production of the play "Alice in Wonderland" on January 31, February 1, and February 2.
The Grauer School will be hosting two FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics tournaments. Everyone is welcome to attend and watch teams from the San Diego region compete in exciting FTC "Relic Recovery" tournaments. These events are free and open to the public.
Grauer's Visual and Performing Arts Department presented the first Middle School Café Night event of the year on November 1. The evening included musical performances and drama monologues presented by the Music and Theatre departments, and a display of art projects presented by the Visual Arts department.
Grauer's High School ASB presented Spirit Week during the week of October 29 through November 2. Congratulations to the Senior class for winning the Spirit Week competition, and thanks to all of the other grades and the faculty for showing their spirit all week long for this fun competition!
Congratulations to Jackie J. '23 for winning The Grauer School's National Geography Bee on Friday, November 1! Jackie will be moving on to the California State Geography Bee round. Congratulations as well to Mac R. '24 for being the second place runner-up.
Our annual Grauer School College Fair was held on Thursday, October 18. Many students in all grades attended to pick up literature and learn more about the colleges and universities that attended the fair.
Thanks to everyone who attended the Back-to-School Luau on Thursday, September 13, and helped make this event a great success!
"My daughter is thriving in ways I could not have imagined. When I’m at any Grauer event, I can’t help but notice how the other parents have that same ‘I can’t believe how fortunate we are to have our kids at this amazing school’ look on their faces. Something quietly amazing is happening with our children every day. All of you at Grauer take them and slowly march them toward their destinies. It’s a privilege to be a part of this Grauer family."
—T.B., Parent (Class of 2018)