New WHS Principal Named
Welcome Dr. Edward Dreyer to His New Role
Posted on 03/03/2021
PPI logo

Dr. Edward Dreyer has been appointed the new principal at Fort Zumwalt West High School, effective July 1, 2021. Dreyer, who has served as an assistant principal at the school since 2010, looks forward to carrying on the legacy of achievement at one of the largest high schools in the state. West is consistently named among the top high schools in the state and has been recognized by US News and World Report, Newsweek, Project Lead the Way and the Advanced Placement Honor Roll as a top high school in the nation. 

Dr. Dreyer“West High has created a legacy of providing a quality education to students in our community since 1998,” Dreyer says. “My goal is to continue that tradition. I am excited to work with the students, families, and staff of West High.”

Before joining Fort Zumwalt as an assistant principal, Dreyer taught history in the Francis Howell School District and served as an administrator in Francis Howell and Ferguson-Florissant.  He and his wife have raised their children in the school district. His daughter graduated from West High in 2020 and is studying nursing at Maryville University. His son is a sophomore at West High. In his spare time Dreyer enjoys outdoor activities from mountain biking to golfing, and listening to classic rock.