Grauer School launches Scholarship Program


The Grauer School has announced its first ever Middle School Community Scholarship Program for the upcoming academic year 2016/2017. Thanks to a one-time grant, Encinitas rising seventh graders are invited to apply for this generous, endowed, merit-based scholarship program for this coming September.

“As we celebrate our silver anniversary with a footprint in this beautiful area of North County, we are deeply grateful to the community of Encinitas and all those we are fortunate enough to serve. This community has always embraced our small schools model and has been instrumental in our becoming internationally known leaders in humanitarian, relationship-based education,” Stuart Grauer said at the announcement of this new scholarship program. “We invite young, local seventh grader scholars to inquire about these scholarships.”

The Grauer School’s priority is fostering connectedness and developing safe and joyful teens on their paths to America’s best colleges. WASC accreditors recently described the program as “sensational.” The middle school at Grauer offers students small, Socratic classes capped at around 12 students, unparalleled expeditionary learning opportunities, enriched visual and performing arts classes, and a multitude of extracurricular sports and clubs.

Specifics of this one-time middle school scholarship offering

• Available to Encinitas residents entering seventh grade in the fall of 2016

• Covers 50-67 percent of tuition costs for the two years of middle school

• Targets students with scholarship and leadership potenial

For application information or to speak to someone about this or any other admissions matter, please contact the admissions office at or 760-274-2116.