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.
Grand River Academy is excited to announce registration is now open for its July Summer STEAM Day on Wednesday, July 18th from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
You're invited to support our young men, faculty, and staff before the fiscal year ends June 30, 2018 in a
way that is most meaningful to you and your family.
How's your son's summer going so far? Learn some practical tips to help your son over the next few months!
On Saturday, May 26, 2018, sixteen young men proudly graduated from Grand River Academy.
Grand River Academy students who have excelled in the classroom throughout the year were recognized for their hard work.
Graduation at Grand River Academy is the celebration of our school's mission and our students' success. It is the day many of our young men most anticipate and afterwards, look back to as a culmination of their efforts and relationships on campus
Austinburg, OH – May 16, 2018 – Grand River Academy announces Mr. Tim Oditt as next Head of School
The academy welcomed 105 guests on May 5th to the Robert S. Morrison Lecture Center and Bud Field Student Center.
The Class of 2018 college acceptances are rolling in and here are 5 tips to help students ace their college interviews.
Join GRA in Austin, Texas on Tuesday, April 24th.
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.
Join GRA this May during the following events to reminisce on past memories while creating new ones to share!
Take Summer to New Heights at Grand River Academy! July 1st - August 3rd.
On February 28th, students, faculty and staff gathered in the Robert S. Morrison Lecture Center to celebrate the 2017 - 2018 Winter Sports Awards Recipients.
Join the GRA family for its 4th annual evening of philanthropy on Saturday, May 5, 2018 beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Success comes in many forms, as seen with this week's Alumni Spotlight.
The 2018 Thank-A-Thon at Grand River Academy to speak with all of our wonderful donors throughout this past year!
"I want my students to learn the literature and connect it to their world by embracing the ongoing story of humanity from the past, present, and future."
Grand River Academy is excited to announce registration is now open for its March STEAM Saturday on March 10th from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Mark your calendars for January 30th to support the GRA junior varsity and varsity basketball teams - in person or from home!
Last Friday, January 25th, Grand River Academy's Board of Trustees along with Headmaster Viands, welcomed alumni, families, and friends to the largest Mix & Mingle the school had the pleasure of hosting along with welcoming newest board member Mr. John Bardi P'19.
Success comes in many forms, as seen with this week's Alumni Spotlight, Justin Krainz '10.
It was a snowy start in 2013 for GRA's Director of Advancement Kristen Kitchen, who noted, "The temperature was a tropical eighteen degrees that day, but I had never felt more warmth than when I stepped into Armington Hall."
The Grand River Academy Board of Trustees extends a special invitation to you for mid-January!
From the desk of Headmaster Viands, read about his reflection on the past year and plans for 2018.
Students, with the help of the Digital Arts and Multimedia Faculty Rick Thomas, captured this video to wish everyone a happy holidays!
The first winter snow is always a big deal at Grand River Academy, and this past week did not disappoint, as campus was blanketed by many inches during the week!
Help your family go from surviving to thriving this holiday break with this podcast and infographic!
Students are leading the way for innovation at Grand River Academy during the 2017 - 2018 academic year.
Community members and local business owners joined together on November 30th at the Robert S. Morrison Lecture Center at Grand River Academy to participate in GRA's Never Stop Learning Faculty Led Discussions.
What impact can the many friends of GRA make today through their generosity?
Listen (or read) to GRA's Podcast regarding social media and your son.
For the past two weeks, students at Grand River Academy held a blanket drive to help keep the homeless in Ashtabula warm this winter.
Join GRA for our second in a series of discussions to learn about hidden gems in our area during the upcoming holiday season!
Success comes in many forms, as seen with this week's Alumni Spotlight, Todd Curtis '06.
On November 1, 2017, Grand River Academy students, faculty, and staff joined together in the Robert S. Morrison Lecture Center on GRA's campus to celebrate the many athletic and academic accomplishments of its young men.
Partnering with the Ashtabula Foundation to create a Youth Philanthropy Club, Grand River Academy students are inviting grant applications from local non-profit, 501(c)(3) organizations by Thursday, November 30, 2017.
This autumn, Grand River Academy is pleased to host events in Atlanta, Washington, D.C, Boston and Pittsburgh...
The second post in our series on ADHD, this article looks at strategies to help your son build social skills and maintain healthy friendships.
What is ADHD? What are the symptoms? How do you diagnose it? Discover the basics in GRA's first in a four-part series.
Discover what's happening in Environmental Science with Mrs. Katy Studer's class.
Congratulations to the 2017 Bud Field Hall of Excellence Outstanding Teacher honoree - Mr. Charles Soprano!
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!
One of the benefits at Grand River Academy is that our doors are always open to families who are looking to transform their son's learning experience.
Congratulations to the 2017 Bud Field Hall of Excellence Distinguished Service honoree - Mr. Toby Shultz '85!
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