The Drew Dragons

    • Carlos Reed

      Carlos Reed

      Athletic Director

At Drew, the process of intellectual discovery doesn’t stop in the classroom: Drew is proud to support the 70% of students who participate in one or more of Drew’s 18 teams. Drew athletes find their voice by building a commitment to competition, athleticism, fitness, and teamwork that helps bolster confidence, leadership, and school spirit.

Drew’s athletics program offers you a place to compete and thrive, whether you’re a highly skilled and experienced player or a novice. Your growth and self-improvement are the highest priority of our talented and experienced coaches. This constant focus on the development of your skills every time you put on a Dragons uniform creates powerful positive results for individuals, teams, and the school as a whole.

Go Dragons!


The Dragon athletics program consists of 20 varsity and junior varsity teams, and nearly 70% of Drew students participate in our athletic program each year.

Drew's athletics program provides student-athletes with opportunities to achieve athletic excellence and learn vital team-building skills. All students are encouraged to join a team and get involved in athletics at Drew, regardless of their background or skill level.

Drew is a member of the Bay Area Conference (BAC), which is comprised of 29 schools; the conference includes many small independent, charter, and public schools in the Bay Area. The BAC has four leagues, BCL, BCL-East, BCL-Central and BCL-West. The majority of our teams compete in the BCL-Central League, but some compete in other BAC leagues.

Drew School is a member of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) and North Coast Section (NCS), which sets forth policies that guide our program. The Athletic Director and the coaches are responsible for knowing and enforcing all BAC, NCS, and CIF rules.

Booker T. Washington Community Service Center

Drew's gym is located within the Booker T. Washington Community Service Center, a 70,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility. Drew families, students, and administrators, along with the Booker T. Washington community, all participated in the complex process of planning and working with City Hall to ensure the center’s approval and completion.

The gym features Drew's logo at center court. This 7,500 square foot space serves as home court for Drew's volleyball, basketball, and badminton players while giving Drew athletes a court to call their own.
The public-private partnership between Drew and the Booker T. Washington Community Service Center is in direct support of Drew’s mission of developing the empathy to understand the impact of one’s voice. Ths gym solidifies a vital connection to a community organization that presents Drew students with a number of service learning opportunities.

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Drew knows and believes in teenagers. We engage each student in a process of intellectual discovery to develop an individual voice, the confidence to express it, and the empathy to understand its impact.
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