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Grauer Robotics Team: (Back row, left to right) Milo Amani-Kaye, Gabriel Chan, Nate Muga, Liam Murphy and Ava Irons. (Front row, left to right) Joshua Bourgeot and Lourdes Figueroa. Courtesy photo
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Grauer School celebrates STEM innovation programs

ENCINITAS — The Grauer School is proud to be the home of the Loewy-Linz Innovation Center which provides students with enriching experiences that stimulate their interest in STEM fields while also ensuring they have the opportunity to learn the skills and ingenuity needed to excel in college and beyond.

It is the heart of our STEM education programs that help students cultivate the knowledge and ingenuity required for success as life-long academics, entrepreneurs, professionals, and cultural leaders.

The STEM Center provides both extensive core and elective college preparatory academic classes as well as after school teams and clubs. In addition, Grauer hosts STEM events every year.

The Grauer robotics teams are five-time robotics world-championship contestants, and they have earned an outstanding reputation in the process. This summer, Grauer is offering STEM camps in math, robotics and coding.

With a three-year average of 30% of Grauer graduates pursuing STEM-related degrees in college and a significant portion of students enrolling in honors courses and participating in STEM electives and clubs, Grauer serves a large segment of the student population with a clear and measurable impact.

These experiences directly help Grauer students gain access to internships and colleges, putting them on the path towards STEM careers our nation deeply needs. For more information about The Grauer School and its STEM programs, visit