Access to Grauer Tuition Assistance Endowment Fund:
Making Grauer a Place of Inclusion
The Access to Grauer Tuition Assistance Endowment Fund provides tuition assistance to students who demonstrate financial need, strong character, high academic achievement, a willingness to try new things, leadership, and a commitment to humanitarian service. These are great kids we want in our front row; engaged kids who bring unique talent to our campus. Let’s give them a shot!
Long range vision gifts like tuition assistance allow us to sustain the most inclusive, dynamic student body at The Grauer School. A restricted endowment fund with the sole purpose of funding scholarships also ensures the sustainability of The Grauer School model long into the future, through economic cycles.
Double Your Impact: An Amazing Opportunity
This year, The Grauer School is presented with an exciting matching opportunity from the Donald C. and Elizabeth M. Dickinson Foundation. The foundation has awarded us with a one-year $50,000 challenge grant. Funds that qualify towards the match are “new money” to the Access to Grauer Tuition Assistance Fund. Therefore, every new or increased gift will be matched.
To donate to the Access to Tuition Assistance Fund, please use the form below.
"My scholarship put me at a higher advantage to do what I wanted to do the most, help. Going to Grauer shaped the path of my life."
- Jada H., Class of 2015
The Grauer School Teacher Endowment Fund
The Grauer School Teacher Endowment Fund helps us attract, retain, and provide professional development and project stipends for our talented teachers. This fund, now nearing $1 million, is held at The Rancho Santa Fe Community Foundation and pays out annual holiday bonuses to incredibly deserving, vested Grauer teachers. Thanks to your generosity, these bonuses have increased every year.
To donate to the Teacher Endowment Fund, please use the form below.
"Grauer teachers prepare their students for the 'real world', while maintaining a warm, compassionate small school environment. They build character, foster their students' intellectual curiosity and teach kindness and empathy through daily example. We are forever thankful for each and every one of you!"
-Grauer Parent, Class of 2021