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Principal: Marian Currell

Assistant Principal: Julie Alderete

  • Address: 50 Pomona St., San Francisco, CA 94124 map
  • Start time: 7:50 AM (breakfast starts at 7:30 AM)
  • End Time: M, T, W, F: 1:55 PM, Th: 12:55 PM
  • Phone: 415-330-1526; Fax: 415-822-9210
  • School Tours: Call for appointment
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Parents As Partners

Dr. Charles R. Drew College Preparatory Academy’s parent group is called the Parents as Partners (PAP)

Parents As Partners (PAP) is a large group of parents/caregivers who represent the voice of families at Dr. Charles R. Drew CPA.  This group makes decisions for fundraisers and other school events.   Parent concerns, views, and opinions are also discussed to reach a consensus for future actions.

PAP meets every first (1st) Thursday of each month at 5:30pm.

  • Together the group will plan for fundraising, events, and expenditures. 
  • We need everyone’s input and support to successfully reach our goal. 
  • Dinner and childcare will be provided.
  • Your scholar will receive $5 Dream Dollars for your participation. 

Excellent Attendance Incentives

Here at Drew, we love to celebrate our scholars!  Every 2nd Friday of the month we prepare fresh fruit smoothies for all scholars who have excellent attendance.  Excellent Attendance  (having 2 or less absences, tardies, or 1 of each accumulative per month), along with the delicious smoothies, scholar who have PERFECT ATTENDANCE (having no tardies or absences in a month) will receive a variety of treats such as pencils, necklaces, bags, and even t-shirts for coming to school on time everyday.  Parents we haven’t forgotten about you and all that you do to support your scholar.   At the end of each trimester, you can earn t-shirts for getting their scholar to school on time everyday.  If scholars are here on time everyday, they learn and remain on grade level.  If they are not at school they are not given a chance to learn and fall behind.

School Vision & Executive Summary

As a Bayview/Hunter’s Point School, we understand that our students’ success ultimately depends on the shared responsibility of families, staff, and student scholars. All stakeholders will demonstrate an ongoing commitment to:

  • Establish and maintain an environment of kindness and mutual respect. Students will become independent problem solvers through making positive choices and practicing conflict resolution.
  • Hold all students to their highest level of social development and academic achievement.
  • Differentiate instruction and engage each scholar through culturally responsive teaching of the Common Core State Standards.

We are one of 6 schools located in the Bayview area; although we are a city wide school, many of our students come from our immediate community and the local areas. We are 80% African american, 15% Latino; and 5% Asian and or decline to state. About 75% students receive free and reduced lunch.

We are working to provide the students in our school with a comprehensive elementary school experience. Our goal is to prepare our scholars to attend any middle school in our district and be able to problem solve critically think and take pride in their culture and others.To that end, we are soliciting the support of all three groups that make our school: Families, Staff and Scholars.

  • For the most part families are very pleased with their children's progress at our school. However, many personal needs often distract them from participating in business aspects of the school. Therefore, we have provided opportunities for them to address their basic needs and thrive with their children.
  • We are the home of some very dedicated and caring teachers who are adjusting their teaching practices to meet the needs of the student's they serve. Teachers are participating in a variety of Professional Developments: Comprehensive Literacy, Science Investigation, Mathematical practices and the understanding of culturally relevant strategies to address the needs of the scholars we serve.
  • The students are vibrant, creative, energetic, responsive learners, who are eager to learn.

We have a vibrant community, dedicated staff, and eager scholars, however we are continuously trying to close the achievement gap. We feel we are moving n the right direction by addressing our children's learning styles, perfecting our instructional practices and continuously working with our families to provide consistency and continuous growth.

Non-Discrimination Policy

San Francisco Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

If you believe you have been discriminated against, immediately contact the school site principal and/or Executive Director of the Office of Equity, Ruth Diep, at (415) 355-7334 or diepr@sfusd.edu.  A copy of SFUSD’s uniform complaint policy is available upon request.