An Oasis of Heartfelt Education
Nestled into six, pristine, coastal acres in San Diego’s North County, The Grauer School campus is inspired in equal parts by the classical university campus and the natural, Southern California surroundings and ecosystem. In 2016, Grauer received the LEED Gold certification.
Our great hall, Meyer Hall, is home to San Diego’s largest fireplace and hosts events of all kinds. Right outside is our natural water feature leading to a park-like, grassy quad. Like the great parks of the world, Grauer’s outdoor campus is half developed and half natural. Quad, sports areas, gardens and orchard make up one half. The other half consists of a native wildlife corridor of coastal sage and maritime chaparral, with marked trails running throughout. But this is just the starting place.
Our campus is truly the world, and our students travel for two weeks a year, plus routinely on day trips. Just one minute away lies our partner, The San Elijo Lagoon, and in 5 minutes our surfers are paddling out into some of the best waves in California.
It’s no wonder one school dad called Grauer, “an oasis of heartfelt education."