Community

Advising

A key component of the close relationships you’ll form with your teachers and peers at Drew is advisory. Advisories are made up of approximately 12 students from the same grade level, along with a faculty member who serves as the group leader. There is one advisory period each week of the school year.

Your advisor is your primary adult advocate on campus who will act as the liaison between you, your family, and Drew throughout your four years at Drew. Your advisor provides individualized support while facilitating a bonding and learning experience within your full advisory group.

Each grade level has an advisory theme that is explored and discussed throughout the year in a series of activities, discussions, and reflections:

9th grade - Adaptation
10th grade - Exploration
11th grade - Balance
12th grade - Independence

Student Counseling

The Drew Student Counseling Office promotes health and wellness with a focus on the social-emotional health of students and their families. The school counselor is a licensed therapist who provides support for the emotional, social, and psychological development and well-being of the student body. The Counseling Office promotes student well-being and offers strategies and skills to navigate and manage the highs and lows of adolescence and high school.

Become part of the Drew Dynamic!

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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