The Grauer School 2013 Graduates Receive Record Number of Scholarship Offers
The Grauer School announced that the 21-student graduating class of 2013 was offered $6.81 million in academic scholarships, a significant increase and new record
May 27, 2013 (Newswire.com) - The Grauer School announced that the 21-student graduating class of 2013 was offered $6.81 million in academic scholarships, a significant increase and new record. Last year's 2012 graduating class of 18 graduates were awarded $4.8 million in scholarship offers. Each senior in this year's graduating class of 2013 was offered an average of $324,000 in merit scholarships from prestigious collegiate institutions such as Miami University, New York University, University of Southern California, University of Puget Sound, Hofstra University, College of Wooster, University of British Columbia, and Lewis and Clark College.
The Grauer School is renowned for its academic excellence and concentrated efforts in maintaining a low student to teacher ratio, providing highly individualized attention to each and every student. Grauer School Principal Dana Abplanalp-Diggs explains, "This year, many of our graduates accepted scholarships from colleges in the Pacific Northwest region; colleges in this part of the country have an emphasis on environmental and ecological sustainability as well as the creative arts. 75% of The Grauer School Class of 2013 engaged in some form of the visual and performing arts as well as sustainable outreach programs. Many of our students took a leadership role in our Green Grauer campus initiative that included composting in our organic garden, revamping the greenhouse, constructing recycling bins from wood and harvesting on-campus produce for the Harvest Cooking Class elective. Our students excelled in these areas of distinction and launched several new programs including the first Grauer record label and Rainbow Coalition, an organization that emphasizes tolerance and compassion. "
The Grauer School, founded in 1991, is a grades 6-12 private, college preparatory school located in Encinitas, California. The school is accredited by WASC and CAIS, and serves as a successful educational model for hundreds of private schools around the world through the Coalition of Small Preparatory Schools (CSPS), established by Dr. Stuart Grauer in 2011. To learn more about The Grauer School experience, or to enroll a student in this year's summer school program, visit www.grauerschool.com or call the school at 760/944-6777.
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