From Brian Dugan, Surf Coach:
On February 3, The Grauer School Surf Team defeated High Tech High at Army Navy Academy in Carlsbad. Congratulations to all our surfers who showed up in a big way to overcome one of the top rated teams in our division. Grauer surfers also dominated in individual rounds of competition. Noa H. '18 made the final in both longboard and shortboard. Kai S. '21 took 1st place overall in body board, maintaining his place as the highest rated bodyboarder in the division. Kasey B. '20 made the final for men's shortboard and took 2nd place overall in longboard. Senior Colin Q. '18 took 4th in longboard as well.
A huge thanks to all that came out and supported our team in this critical match-up, and thanks to all of our team surfers: Ivy H. '21, Noa H. '18, Erik H. '21, Kasey B. '20, Case C. '21, Colin Q. '18, and Kai S. '21. Our final meet of the season is on March 3 at La Jolla Shores, so please come out and support the team!
The High School ASB/Leadership class would like to thank everyone who supported Spirit Week 2.0 during the week of April 9-13 by dressing up and/or competing in lunchtime activities.
At the Originals Café Night event on Thursday, April 12, Grauer High School students presented a showcase of the special projects they've been working on in their elective classes throughout the year.
The Grauer School's Middle School Math Team participated in the Math Olympiad for Elementary and Middle School on April 13. They collaborated with students from other schools, and had fun thinking about challenging problems that required them to remember their math knowledge and apply it in new ways.
The High School ASB/Leadership class would like to thank the approximately 90 students that attended this year's Grauer Prom at the World Famous San Diego Zoo on Saturday, April 14.
Grauer's Theatre Department presented Hamlet on March 15-17. We would like to thank Director Erin Langen, the cast and musicians, and all of the students and staff who made this production so spectacular! Thanks to our Grauer community for coming out to see the play and support our Theatre Department.
Eighth grade students Lourdes F. '22 and Julian I. '22 represented The Grauer School at the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair last Wednesday, March 14. We're pleased to announce that both Grauer students won 1st Place blue ribbon awards in their divisions!
Many Grauer students chose to participate in the Youth EMPOWER National Walk-Out on Wednesday, March 14. They gathered to protest for 17 minutes against Gun Violence and in honor of the 17 lives that were lost at Parkland.
The Chemistry class has been quantifying the number of calories stored in the bonds of common snack foods. Engineering their own calorimeters (and insulation systems), students were tasked with calculating how much energy is stored in snack chips and marshmallows.
9th grade students in Health Class went head-to-head in another round of the Grauer School Cook-Off! Preparing three different dishes and applying a unit's worth of knowledge from Health Class to their food selection and preparation, the class served up an amazing show as they presented their dishes to a panel of Grauer judges.
Thanks to everyone who attended Grauer's Casino Night event on March 10. We had a great turnout, from fiercely competitive poker players to beginners who got tips and instructions on blackjack, craps and roulette. Our 6th Annual Poker Tournament took place as part of the event.