A group of students from two cities and six High Schools in Taiwan visited The Grauer School. The Taiwanese students were paired with their Grauer student ambassadors for the day, and they participated in the school's Asian Lunar New Year celebration.
A group of Japanese students from Kansai-Soka High School in Japan visited The Grauer School. They participated in cross-cultural exchange discussions with 11th Grade Grauer students on aspects of life in their countries and human rights topics.
The Theatre Department presented the play "Reckless". Congratulations to the talented cast and hardworking crew for sharing their performances with our Grauer community!
The Class of 2013 celebrated their 10-year Grauer High School Reunion with a campus tour by Head of School Dana Abplanalp-Diggs, who said, "We are so proud of how each of these individuals used the Grauer core values to forge a path of personal happiness, growth, independence, and success."
The Physics class designed, built, and tested spinners to complement our study of 2-D motion, rotation, and torque.This is a new project added to the Physics curriculum this year, and it was exciting to transform spinners into modern devices to learn and apply Physics concepts!
Congratulations to all of the students who participated in the annual Grauer Middle School Spelling Bee!
Two of The Grauer School's Senior athletes were recognized during an informal Signing Ceremony, celebrating their intent to attend college and participate in their sport of choice.
Congratulations to Brandon D. '25 for playing his cello with the San Diego Youth Symphony at multiple performances of The Nutcracker ballet, and to Charlotte R. '24 for performing the challenging role of the Arabian soloist ballet dance!
Congratulations to Ezri R. '25 for organizing and leading a march to draw attention to the human rights violations against Iranian women and to stand in solidarity with the Iranian people.
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