The Grauer School's 12th Grade Graduation - Class of 2019
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, cheered on by their family and friends. Dana Abplanalp-Diggs, Principal, presided over the graduation ceremony which was filled with special moments, including the keynote speech by Dr. Stuart Grauer; personalized and heartfelt faculty introductions for each student; student award presentations; student speeches and musical performances; diploma presentations; and much more.
Congratulations to the following students who were given special awards at the 12th Grade graduation ceremony:
• Rhian B. '19 ~ Trustees Award for Humanitarian Service
• Zachary F. '19 ~ School Leadership Award
• Madeline N. '19 ~ Resourcefulness Award, The Grauer School's highest honor
We wish all of our graduating Seniors the best as they head off to their next adventures, and we can't wait to see what the future holds for them!
This week's column expands on the many ways The Grauer School's students, faculty, and leadership team are transforming virtually every aspect of the school in support of our pledge of stewardship of the natural world.
Congratulations to Grauer Senior Sophie S. ’20 for being selected as a National Merit Semifinalist!
Claire Trageser, NPR investigative reporter, interviewed Grauer students about their feelings on climate change, as part of a larger news segment on environmental awareness.
Grauer 11th grade students in U.S. History class welcomed a panel of immigrants and immigration-related experts to supplement their unit on immigration. The firsthand accounts provided insight into the realities of immigration including the challenges faced and the social and economic benefits.
Grauer's 8th Grade English class has been working on a project based on The Global Goals for Sustainable Development at www.globalgoals.org. By interpreting these goals as local actions, Grauer students are doing their part to create a sustainable future.
Members of Grauer's Shockwave High School Robotics team participated in the kickoff of this year's First Tech Challenge (FTC) competition, along with all of the other FTC teams in San Diego.