Education for Life
|2901 California St., San Francisco, California
|Head of school||Samuel M. Cuddeback III|
|Number of students||280|
|Student to teacher ratio||8:1|
Maroon, Silver, Black
|Athletics||21 teams, JV and Varsity|
|Athletics conference||Bay Counties League - Central|
Drew School (formerly Drew College Preparatory School) is an independent, coeducational, college-preparatory high school located in San Francisco, California, United States. The school was founded and named in 1908 by John Sheehan Drew and today serves grades 9-12.
Founded initially in 1908 as a single-student "coaching school" by Bay Area educator John Sheehan Drew, the school moved to its present location at California St. and Broderick St. in 1911 and became a non-profit institution with an independent board of trustees in 1973. It underwent a complete renovation in 2001, designed by Perkins + Will; while also adding a 45,000 square-feet, attached assembly wing in 2011, designed by Patrick Blanc.
- Alexander Massialas ('12), Olympic fencer
- Mohammad Javad Zarif ('77), Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
- Alexander Wang, Fashion Designer
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