Dr. Aaron Drevlow joined Stillwater Area Public Schools in 2008. He is the Assistant Principal for the Red Pony Student Center, serving students with last names beginning with A-Ha. Before becoming an administrator, Aaron was a tenured Language Arts Teacher in the South St. Paul School District.
Aaron is a dedicated athlete and coach, completing the 2002 Ironman Wisconsin (2.6 mile swim, 116 mile bike, and marathon). He has also served as Expedition Leader on several occasions, including Mt. McKinley, Alaska (2001), Pico De Orizaba, Mexico (2003) and Huascaran Sur, Peru (2004). Aaron was nominated by St. Paul Suburban Athletic Conference as Cross Country Coach of the Year (1998).
Aaron's professional accomplishments include earning B.S., M.A., and Ed.D. degrees, as well as his Principal Licensure. In his prior position at Great River School, his leadership led to an International Baccalaureate authorization in 2007 (the first Charter School in Minnesota to gain Diploma Program Status). The school also won a Minnesota Department of Education School Finance Award (2006,07,08). He has presented at the North American Montessori Teachers Association National Convention on the topic of International Baccalaureate (2006) and was the Senior class nominated staff graduation speaker for South Saint Paul Senior High School (1999).