My son has been there for 2.5 years and has grown tremendously. His grades have gone up and he is involved in clubs and sports. The small class size and the availability of the teachers keeps him on track ...
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Discover your son's potential. Imagine his future. Help him activate his potential. Grand River Academy, an all boys boarding school in Austinburg, Ohio, has a proven track record of setting our students up for success in college and life beyond.
The young men who attend our school activate their academic, emotional, and social potential through the hard work of our dedicated Faculty and staff.
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I wanted to reach out to you to express my appreciation for ALL that you and your staff have done for him this year. I have seen such personal growth and maturity in him and I am so grateful...
I am grateful to you and the entire staff of GRA for the work you did with my son these past two years. His transformation from boyhood to manhood has been amazing to behold...
When classes restarted I went to see the school with my son, but especially to personally meet all those that look after my child for me so well. I call them Guardian Angels...
It's really hard to believe how fast things go. I am really grateful they landed in good hands and with such wonderful people at Grand River Academy. They often compare GRA and their colleges...
It's hard to describe just how much Grand River Academy has come to mean to our family. Not only did the staff at GRA see to it that our son improved his academic performance...
By spring semester we couldn't deny the results we were seeing. His smile was back, his grades were up, and he kept talking about how all of his friends were like brothers...
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The Grand River Academy Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to appoint Tony Tucker the next Head of School.
Giving Tuesday is just 10 days away! Help make a difference this year with a gift on Giving Tuesday!
"The teachers at Grand River Academy feel like a community that is going to do whatever they need to do to make a kid successful,"
Grand River Academy is pleased to announce Sharon Tiknis P'08 as the first woman to Chair the Board of Trustees.
At Grand River Academy, we believe that interscholastic sports are an integral part of the school community.
Unique to Grand River Academy, intensives provide an opportunity for growth amongst our Faculty and student body.
We make social and emotional learning a priority in our boys' lives. Our student life program works to help educate and grow the young men who come through our doors.
The Foundations Learning Program helps aspiring learners comprehend and then verbalize their individual learning strengths and preferences.
#GivingTuesday is an exciting and important day for the Grand River community! Trustees, alumni, parents, Faculty, staff, alumni parents, grandparents, and friends come together on this global day of giving to make gifts to The Blue and White Fund.
The process of searching for the right college is challenging for both students and parents. At Grand River Academy, our college placement counselors are always available to help guide students through this long and stressful process.
The key to an all-boys boarding school is having teachers who understand the best instructional methods for engaging the male mind.
The Honor Code is not something to be taken lightly - when you sign your name, you are giving your pledge that you are going to strive to carry it out. This does not mean you will be perfect, but does mean you will always work for and seek after the ideal.
Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year! I'm excited to kick off our blog series for the new academic year. I would like to start by sharing how thrilled I am to be part of the Grand River community.
Success comes in many forms, as seen with this week's Alumni Spotlight, David Peck '09.
On Saturday, October 20, 2018, the GRA family from across the years will join together for the Edmund E. "Bud" Field Hall of Excellence Recognition Ceremony, highlighting awards for Distinguished Alumnus, Outstanding Athlete, Distinguished Service and Distinguished Teacher.
If your son is not performing as well as they should be in school, there are things you can do as a parent to reignite a child's desire to succeed.
Meditation for teenage boys? While Grand River Academy students are not performing yoga everyday, teaching mindfulness and meditation has become a daily practice within the Foundations Learning Program.
Success comes in many forms, as seen with this week's Alumni Spotlight.
Success comes in many forms, as seen with this week's Alumni Spotlight, Justin Krainz '10.
Listen (or read) to GRA's Podcast regarding social media and your son.
Success comes in many forms, as seen with this week's Alumni Spotlight, Todd Curtis '06.
The second post in our series on ADHD, this article looks at strategies to help your son build social skills and maintain healthy friendships.
GRA faculty and staff are currently in the midst developing innovative educational experiences for students at an institutional-wide level with collaborations among teachers and across disciplines.
ongratulations to the 2017 Bud Field Hall of Excellence Distinguished Alumni honoree - Mr. Allen Fritz '88!
Congratulations to the 2017 Bud Field Hall of Excellence Distinguished Service honoree - Mr. Toby Shultz '85!
Success comes in many forms, as seen by this week's alumni spotlight of Ryan Cramer '93.
Ready to make this year your best one yet? Here are five strategies to make this school year transformational!
Learn what Mrs. Farrell had to say about the Foundations Leaning Program, her approach to boys' education, and her experience at GRA:
The leap from middle school to high school is a significant transition in your son's life...
Success comes in many forms, as seen by this week's alumni spotlight of Jared Cave '15...
From David's Desk: A reflection on his time here at GRA as another school year ends.
When you hear of boarding schools, you might immediately think of the East Coast.
You're your son's biggest fan and advocate. You work hard to provide him with the guidance...
The rumors are true; boys account for the majority of learning difficulties. . .