Grauer Film Student Wins Two iVIE Awards
From Dina Treibel, Multimedia/Film Teacher:
8th Grade students, Jean-Felix G. ‘26, John John G. ‘26, Luke W. ‘26, in Multimedia/Film 8 along with actor MJ C. ‘26, from Performing Arts 8, represented the Grauer Middle School Arts Program at the iVIE Awards & Student Film Festvial on Saturday, June 4, and received their nomination certificate for their suspense film called, “Game’s Over.”
In the High School awards ceremony, Kai D. ‘24 was nominated in two categories - Music Video and a special category sponsored by SDG&E. Kai won the High School Music Video category with “Underwater by Raena Jade,” an original song by his sister, Raena Jade. Kai also won in the High School Special Category: All The Reasons To LOVELECTRIC, which was a competition sponsored by SDG&E to promote the advantages of electric vehicles. In addition to the iVIE Award trophy, Kai received a $750 check from SDG&E for his amazing video.
High school seniors around the country are in the process of submitting college applications, leading to important decisions about which colleges should they apply to for admission. One of the deciding factors can be whether the school is rated in the "top tier". Does attending a top-rated school lead to happiness for every student?
The Grauer School's FTC Shockwave #3848 High School Robotics Team started out the season with a great performance at their first meet on November 20. The team won 4 of their 6 matches, and their robot performed very well.
The Grauer School would like to extend our gratitude to all who attended our annual Founder's Day & Grandfriends Lunch on November 18. We enjoyed meeting so many wonderful grandparents, relatives, and family friends.
Grauer’s High School Surf team competed in their second meet of the season on November 19 at Oceanside Harbor. Grauer won the team competition by a score of 55 to 22. In the individual competition, our surfers made the finals in every division.
Isaac Langen passed on the Golden Shovel to Fariba Farah, Math Teacher, on November 22, saying, "Fariba perfectly embodies the ideal of relationship-based education. She is one of the most nurturing, patient, caring teachers at Grauer and her students absolutely love her."
At The Grauer School's annual event celebrating the grandparents and grandfriends of our students and families, Dr. Grauer asked them to share their stories and wisdom with their grandchildren. The best education comes from passing our heritage along to younger generations.