Last week we honored exemplary Senior Project work from four members of the senior class who demonstrated extraordinary leadership and contributions to the community. The students delivered symposium presentations that spoke to their preparation, challenges and successes along the way, and learning outcomes they will carry forward. Click here to learn more about our muralists, fundraiser, workshop-designer and art show host!
This weekend, the Model UN students represented Drew at UC Davis Model United Nations Conference, a fully immersive conference for high school students across the nation. They participated in crises committees, where they had to come up with resolutions to a range of issues including economic turmoil, alien invasions, and the defense of the Death Star in Star Wars. Congratulations on a job well done!
This past Thursday, the visual art students hosted a gallery walk to showcase their best artwork from the semester. The evening also celebrated our performing artists as they took the stage for their final performances of the year. A special congratulations to all the artists of the Class of 2023!
Drew held an assembly honoring senior athletes who will be following their sport to the next level. Congratulations to Sean S., who will be biking professionally, and Barasa S., who will playing professional soccer in Europe! And, congratulations to JT & Mark M.(Crew/Rowing), Tolya D. (Crew/Rowing), Phoebe Y. (Volleyball), and Ronen S.(Track & Field) for their commitment to play at a collegiate level!
Bring Change to Mind’s (BC2M's) 3rd annual Wellness Summit took place on Thursday, May 4. The Wellness Summit is an opportunity for our community to reflect on health and wellness, with the hopes of normalizing and de-stigmatizing conversations on mental health and wellbeing.
With ASB (Associated Student Body) campaigns around the corner and applications for leadership roles due on April 14, 10th and 11th graders had the opportunity to learn more about how they can take on leadership roles in the Drew community.
On Monday, May 1 at 9 AM The Drew Community is very excited to welcome distinguished alum Shannon Murphy, Marine Biologist and member of the Drew Class of 2011. She will be visiting the very class that inspired her education and career! Join the class virtually via Zoom.
This past Thursday, we hosted DEALLFest, an all-school and all day event to celebrate and share our learning outcomes from DEALL week with the community. Each DEALL program prepared and hosted a 45-minute interactive workshop that engaged the school community in their program’s learning outcome.
While many students spent last week relaxing on spring break, the Drew Robotics Team was hard at work as they competed in the FIRST Robotics Silicon Valley Regional Competition. This event “combines the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology…Under strict rules, limited resources and time constraints.”
Curious about what our students are up to this week? Follow along on Instagram @DrewsSchoolSFfor live updates on our story and posts, and here on our news channel for a daily recap. Learn more about our DEALL programs here!
The cast of this year’s spring musical, "Once Upon a Mattress,” has been hard at work rehearsing for this week's performances. Learn more about the musical, rehearsal, and performances by clicking here!
This past Thursday, the Service Coalition hosted a fair during lunch for students and faculty. It featured a variety of activities, including goodie-bag-making for children facing life-threatening illness and ashtray decorating to put around the city.
Each year, the San Francisco Collaborative against Human Trafficking holds a poster contest to promote importance of addressing human trafficking, and each year the Advanced Studio students participate in this competition. Congratulations to this year's award winners: Lailey, Zax and Xiara!
The P7 Chemistry class is learning the structure of molecules by using marshmallows, toothpicks and gummy bears! Each structure represents a certain molecule to get a better understanding of how they are different.
From February 17-20, students from the Shanti Alliance, Drew’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) student leadership group, attended the annual conference in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. This year’s theme was “Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke,” or “The Knowledge is in Doing the Work.”
Our faculty/staff are dressed in green as they celebrate all the reasons they love Drew. Did you know that 100% of our faculty/staff donated to our annual fund? Join them in their support - the first 50 online gifts to any area of the school will be matched with a gift of double the amount (up to $500) to the Annual Fund.
In ASL 3, students practice their sign language abilities by using ASLtube - a tool often used in the classroom to put lecture material into practice. This lesson focused on vocabulary related to the workplace, specifically interview preparation.
Physics students are currently working on a lab to explore the friction (or Mu) of a shoe as it moves along a floor. The key question for the lab is: How much friction exists between your shoe and the ground?
The 8 Houses of Drew kicked off the semester with a series of challenges requiring creativity, teamwork, and/or lateral thinking abilities. From LSAT word problems to marshmallow & noodle tower-building, these groups competed against each other to see which house would come out on top.
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