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9th-12th Grades Summer Reading List & Log


School begins August 8th

Have a safety and enjoyable summer!



*New Teacher Orientation - July 25th-29th

*Preplanning- August 1st- 5th



 Mr. Gary Townsend  Principal  [email protected]
 Ms. Stephanie Trice  Asst. Principal, 11th and 12th grades  [email protected]
 Mr. Milton Watson  Asst/ Principal, 10th grade  [email protected]
 Mr. William Silveri  Asst. Principal, 9th grade  [email protected]
 Ms. Nezetta Johnson   Instructional Facilitator  [email protected]

Counseling Staff

Butler, Sharon J  – Registrar

Registration Hours are Monday through Thursday/ 8:30am to 12pm (last person being accepted by 11:30am)


 Counselor student caseload  email
 Killen, Razelda  A - F  [email protected]
 Richards, Katherine  G - L  [email protected]
 Goodwin, Brian  M - R  [email protected]
 Muhammad, Sharien--Lead Counselor  S - Z  [email protected]
Students' Corner
Teacher of the Year 2014-15

Congratulations to Mrs. Jennifer Derringer
Teacher of the Year 2015-16!

Ms. Rittenberry & Students Are Winners!

Dylan Olivares, Ms. Rittenberry and Francisco Flores

Dylan Olivares and Francisco Flores have advanced to Georgia’s state
National History Day competition. 
The Drew family wishes them the best.
Go Titians!

Congratulations to Senior RB Quarderman Sloan!


Quarderman Sloan

Senior RB Quarderman Sloan was selected as the Atlanta Touchdown Club Player of the Week. He was recognized by the Atlanta Touchdown Club for being the Week #8 Back of the Week. The ceremony was held at the College Football Hall of Fame.

Governor's Honors Program Recipient


Art Teacher Wallace and Julie Bustamante
Julie  has been accepted into the Governor's Honors Program at
Valdosta State University. She will major in visual arts.


Stephanie Diggs Wins Electronic Tablet

Principal Townsends presented Stephanie Diggs with an electronic table for winning the Black History Research Competition. The competition was sponsored by the media center. Congratulations Stephanie!

Ms. Watson receives donated resources from Mr. Wesley.


CDHS was honored to be chosen by the Actuarial Foundation to receive the "Building Your Future" financial literacy resource materials.

Family Math Night
  • Family Math Night

    Students, Parents and Teachers Playing Math Game Together

  • Fun for Everyone!

    Family Math Night is a success!

AP Summer Lessons
Mission & Vision

La misión

La misión de Charles R. Drew High School es hacerse responsable por proveer una educación competitiva a nivel mundial que capacite a los estudiantes para alcanzar las metas académicas y personales, y logren ser ciudadanos útiles y responsables.

 La visión

La visión de Charles R. Drew High School es ser una escuela de excelencia que prepare a TODOS los estudiantes para que compitan con éxito en una economía mundial.

Mission Statement

 The mission of Charles R. Drew High School is to be accountable for providing a globally competitive education that empowers students to achieve academic and personal goals and to become productive, responsible citizens.

Vision Statement

The vision of Charles Drew High School is to be a school of excellence preparing all students to successfully compete in a global economy. 

Söù meänh

Söù meänh cuûa tröôøng Charles R. Drew High School laø chòu traùch nhieäm cung caáp moät neàn giaùo duïc caïnh tranh treân toaøn caàu maø trao quyeàn cho hoïc sinh ñeå ñaït ñöôïc muïc tieâu hoïc taäp vaø caù nhaân vaø laøm vieäc hieäu quaû trôû thaønh moät coâng daân coù traùch nhieäm.



Vieãn aûnh cuûa tröôøng Charles R. Drew High School laø trôû neân moät tröôøng hoïc xuaát saéc ñeå chuaån bò cho TAÁT CAÛ hoïc sinh caïnh tranh thaønh coâng trong neàn kinh teá toaøn caàu.


CCPS Vision and Mission (click here)