Admissions Events

Admissions Events & Timeline

Our events are designed to start big and get increasingly personalized the more we get to know you. Events are separated into two categories - primary events and micro-events. Primary Events are the more critical, large scale events, and Micro-Events are optional small scale events based on interest. For more information on events please see below.

Primary Events

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  • Virtual Information Session

    (highly recommended for students and parent/guardians)

    Virtual Information Sessions are a great way for prospective students and their families to get to know our school more broadly and hear from our Head of School, David Frankenberg. 
  • What Learning Should Be

    (highly recommended for students and parent/guardians)

    At Drew, we go beyond. We believe that in order for learning and true understanding to make the biggest impact it must be relevant, connected, and extend beyond the walls of the classroom. Join us to hear from Assistant Head for Academics Saya McKenna followed by an opportunity to meet the experts who bring learning to life every day through interactive sessions. 
  • Student Visit

    (highly recommended for students) 

    These interactive events are designed by students for students and will allow prospective students to get a real sense of the culture, community, and campus at Drew in a low-stakes environment. 
    This is a student-only event.
  • Equity, Inclusion, and Justice at Drew


    Join us for a night exploring equity, inclusion, and social justice at Drew with our Dean of Equity and Social Impact, Dr. Alain Sykes and equity leaders.

    This event is open to all. 
  • Parent/Guardian Reception


    We invite parents/guardians to spend some time learning more about our Mission and Vision with Head of School David Frankenberg, Assistant Head for Academics Saya McKenna, Dean of Equity and Social Impact Dr. Alain Sykes, and Dean of Students Dr. David Fitzgerald. 
    This is a parent/guardian-only event with both in-person and virtual options.


Micro-Events: Specialized hands-on class sessions that will happen after-school.
    • November 2, 4-5:30PM Engineering to the Stars: Using the Engineering Design Process to Create Lunar Landers
    • November 17, 4-5PM The Geography of Climate Change
    • November 30, 4-5PM Open Studio Night
    • December 6, 4-5PM World Language
    • January 4, 4-5PM Writing as Play (Creative Writing)

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Admissions Timeline 22-23

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List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Joanna Lovett '06

    Joanna Lovett '06 

    Director of Admissions
  • Photo of Andrea Richerson

    Andrea Richerson 

    Associate Director of Admissions, Operations
  • Photo of Michael Shin

    Michael Shin 

    Assistant Director of Admissions, Outreach
    415.409.3739 x3740

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