Summer School Director, Nick Scacco, encourages students and parents to think open-mindedly about summer school and The Grauer School’s Summer Session. “Summer school is no longer just for students who need to repeat a class. It’s a time to get ahead or explore a creative outlet. Taking a summer school course for academic credit can free up a period during the regular school year for a fun elective or lighten your workload if you have a lot of extracurricular commitments.”
The Grauer School has expanded its summer program to include additional enrichment camps. The Grauer School is continuing to offer a diverse set of UC approved summer school courses for high school and college-bound students looking to get ahead this summer. Virtually all classes can be offered in an independent studies format to accommodate busy summer schedules.
For middle school students, The Grauer School Summer Session offers kick-start boot camps to prevent learning loss over the summer. One- to two-week enrichment courses such as creative writing, technical writing, poetry, multimedia-digital production, drawing, and painting are also available throughout the summer. Descriptions of classes, fees, transfer credits, prerequisites, and the enrollment application can be located at www.grauerschool.com/summerschool with more to view at www.grauersummer.blogspot.com.
About The Grauer School
The Grauer School, founded in 1991, is a grades 7-12 private, college preparatory school located in Encinitas, California. The school is a member of NAIS, accredited by WASC and serves as a successful educational model for hundreds of private schools around the world through the Small Schools Coalition (SSC), established by Dr. Stuart Grauer in 2011. To learn more about The Grauer School, visitwww.grauerschool.com or call 760/944-6777.