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News & Events

Campus Headlines

List of 15 news stories.

  • Brazilian Drummer Bruno Tessele Visits CSW

    On March 8, 2024, students in Gustavo Brasil's "Beat Making" music class got a special visit from Brazilian drummer Bruno Tessele!  Bruno has been working extensively as a musician, composer, producer, arranger and teacher on the Brazilian and international music scene. 

  • CSW Theatre Department Competes at the METG

    On Saturday, March 2, 2024, our students in the High School Drama Festival D Block traveled to Wayland High School for the Massachusetts Education Theatre Guild High School Drama Festival. They spent Mods 3 and 4  preparing their submission of "Einstein's Dream" and three students brought home awards! Congratulations to Monty B. '25 and Luke S. '26 for winning an award for Technical Excellence in Prop Design, and Brayden B. '24 for winning an award for his role as Einstein.
  • Upcoming Shows from the Visual Arts Department

    CSW is proud and excited to share that three members of the Visual Art Department have shows coming up.
  • Beyond Walls CEO and Founder Joins us for Assembly

    This week, founder and CEO of Beyond Walls Al Wilson joined us for assembly. Beyond Walls is a non-profit that introduces public art, curated experiences and outdoor museums into the fabric of communities by partnering with local community members and experts to design, produce and manage collaborative projects and programs. Lynn, is one of the communities that Beyond Walls brought public art installations to.
  • The Gents' Foundation Visit CSW for Youth Empowerment Workshop

    Today, the Men of Color affinity space hosted The Gents’ Foundation (TGF) for the "RiseUp: Empowering Teens Workshop." CEO & Founder of TGF, William Pierre-Louis, Jr. and Founder and Lead Designer of Guich Couture, Guichelet Louis joined us to explore personal development, financial literacy, and style empowerment. Students MJ '26 and Adam '26 helped facilitate workshop.
  • Spanish Students Kick Off Bilingual Intercambio Program with Waltham Library

    Students in "Spanish 3B" are kicking off a weekly bilingual Intercambio Program (cultural and language exchange) at the Waltham Library. 
  • CSW Honors MLK Jr. with Panel on Grassroots Organizing

    In honor of the late Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., student ambassadors from CSW’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Office helped to organize a panel conversation with local grassroots community organizers. 
  • Girls Varsity Basketball Wins Gryphon Goblet Tournament

    This past weekend was CSW's 2nd Annual Gryphon Goblet Basketball Tournament. CSW hosted both girls and boys varsity teams from The Commonwealth School, The Newman School, and The British International School of Boston.

    After two semifinal games on Thursday featuring visiting teams, Friday night was a double header for our varsity teams and the stands were packed! The girls played first against BISB and were able to win earning themselves a place in the championship game! The boys also faced off against BISB and it was a hard fought game all the way to the finish. In the end, BISB squeaked out a two point victory sending our Gryphon's into the consolation game.
  • Library Hosts Second Annual Read-a-Thon

    The CSW Library hosted a Read-a-Thon on Saturday, December 2. This is the second year the Library has hosted what has come to be a much beloved event on campus.
  • Theatre Department Awes Audiences with Sustainable Production of As You Like It

    The CSW Theatre Department put on Shakespeare's As You Like It for their Fall Theatre Production, taking on the extra challenge of making the production as eco-conscious as possible.
  • CSW Welcomes Sustainability Consultant Liz Cutler

    In support of its commitment to environmental stewardship, CSW recently hosted a five-day visit with sustainability consultant Liz Cutler of Whole School Sustainability.
  • CSW Receives Outstanding Advocacy Award from the Massachusetts Foreign Language Association

    CSW was honored to receive the Outstanding Advocacy Award from the Massachusetts Foreign Language Association.
  • CSW Hosts Exchange Students From Japan

    On Friday, October 27, CSW welcomed students from two schools in Japan as part of the Kakehashi Okinawa Project. The Kakehashi Project is a government-funded grassroots exchange program that aims to build new bridges of friendship and cooperation between Japan and the United States. Their visit began with a fun assembly to introduce themselves to the CSW community. Students later sat in on classes with their host students, attended our annual halloween dance, went on an outing to Harvard Square, and continued the Halloween festivities with a haunted trail. All students stayed with host families from the CSW community for the duration of their stay.
  • Guest Speaker Steve Cohen Offers Historical Context Surrounding Israel-Palestine Conflict

    CSW welcomed historian Steve Cohen to campus on Wednesday, October 25, to lead an assembly presentation and conversation on the history of the Israel-Palestine conflict. In his interactive presentation, Steve offered perspective and context surrounding the most recent outbreak of war in the region. He began with a review of World War I and went on to trace the evolution of the Middle East on through today. After, students, faculty, and staff had the chance to ask questions and share their own comments and perspectives as the community continues to process recent events. 
  • CSW Mourns the Loss of Head of School George Cohan

    It is with a heavy heart that CSW shares the news of the passing of former Head of School George Cohan.

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The Cambridge School of Weston is a progressive high school for day and boarding students in grades 9–12 and PG. CSW's mission is to provide a progressive education that emphasizes deep learning, meaningful relationships, and a dynamic program that inspires students to discover who they are and what their contribution is to their school, their community and the world.