Greetings from the CSW Admissions Office!

We’re glad you’re here, and we’re delighted to help you learn more about our program. We believe our progressive model, commitment to social justice, dynamic curriculum and vibrant community make CSW an exceptional option among excellent schools. 

We encourage you to attend some of our events throughout the fall, connect with folks in the CSW community, and come visit campus to see–and feel–for yourself what makes CSW unique. 

This admissions section will guide you through the application process, which includes submitting an inquiry, creating an online account, scheduling an interview, and submitting your application. 

If you have questions or would like to schedule an interview, please call the Admissions Office at 781-642-8650 or contact one of the members of our team. 

Admissions Team Contacts

List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Tara Keppler

    Tara Keppler 

    Director of Admissions
  • Photo of Melisa Kjellander

    Melisa Kjellander 

    Senior Associate Director of Admissions and Residential Faculty
  • Photo of David Mountcastle

    David Mountcastle 

    Associate Director of Admissions & Director of International Admissions
  • Photo of Bobby Savino

    Bobby Savino 

    Assistant Director of Admissions and Residential Faculty
  • Photo of Kaylee Sayers

    Kaylee Sayers 

    Admissions Coordinator
    Education & Degrees

CSW at a Glance

CSW Community
  • Total School Enrollment: 308
  • 218 Day students
  • 64 MA towns. 
Residential Life 
  • 90 Boarding students
  • 38 International students from 15 countries
  • 52 Domestic boarding students from 14 states outside of MA
  • 87 Domestic students of color (28%) 
Faculty and Classes 
  • 7:1 Student – teacher ratio (average class size 12-15 students)
  • 30 Average number of students per teacher per term
  • 80% Faculty with advanced degrees
  • 250+ Course offerings offered through the 6x6 Mod System
  • PACE (Promoting Awareness and Community Engagement)
  • 33+ Affinity, Alliance, and interest groups
  • 13 Interscholastic sports offerings and 18 Recreational sports offerings 
Social Justice Requirements 
CSW was the first independent school in the country to include a Social Justice requirement among its graduation requirements. 

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.