The Grauer School recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with the grand opening of a new permanent campus building. The new addition more than doubled the classroom square footage and was intended to integrate an intimate open space that embraces the school’s topographical setting and develop highly innovative classrooms with the newest technology. The project took $4 milion dollars and just over 15 months to complete, though it was funded primarily through individual donations. Head of School Stuart Grauer said, “This new construction is extraordinary, but it’s what it houses that is most meaningful. Our real mission has never been to build a prominent set of high-profile buildings, but rather to create a permanent space for safety and imagination in thought and action. Both faculty and kids immediately took to it as a wonderland.” Students were welcomed to campus for the new school year in mid-August and an official ribbon cutting ceremony took place in early September. For more information visit