Grauer Student Makes History Come Alive
Congratulations to Grauer Senior Rhian B. '19 for being featured in an article "Unsung hero no more: Encinitas student writes a song about civil rights protester" in the September 11, 2018 edition of the San Diego Union Tribune newspaper (click here to read the article).
The article describes Rhian's project for last year's U.S. History class with Alicia Tembi, when Rhian wrote a song called "A War That Can't Be Won (When I Speak)" to honor Juliette Hampton Morgan, an unsung Civil Rights hero. The project had a very special outcome because Juliette Hampton Morgan's family members heard the song on Youtube and connected with Rhian and her family to tell her how much the song meant to them.
At the Grauer School's 8th grade graduation ceremony on June 7, Dr. Grauer presented a keynote address about the importance of courage as these students begin their high school adventures next year.
Congratulations to all of The Grauer School's "Class of 2019" graduates! The 12th grade students received their diplomas in ceremonies on Friday, June 7.
Congratulations to all of The Grauer School's 8th Grade graduates! The 8th grade students received their diplomas in ceremonies on Friday, June 7.
The Grauer School's Class of 2019 will graduate on June 7. Dr. Grauer's column this week features the text of his powerful keynote address that he will deliver at the school's 28th annual graduation ceremony.
Congratulations to the Grauer Theatre Arts Department on their showcase of The Importance Of Being Earnest on May 30.
Film Night is an annual screening event that showcases the film projects that Grauer Film Studies students create during the school year. This year's event was hosted by the Film Studies Department on May 31.