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    MFA Trip

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    Jazz Ensemble

    Recital Hall
    Join us for lunchtime jazz performance in the recital hall.

    PIN: Discussion with Author Mai Kim Le

    PIN (Parents' Independent School Network) is hosting a virtual presentation and you are welcome to attend!

    The topic is "Worlds Apart – a discussion of identity, struggles and privileges and ways to help all members of our communities feel welcome", featuring Mai Kim Le, Asian-American Refugee and Author of Worlds Apart: My Personal Life Journey through Transcultural Poverty, Privilege, and Passion. Click here for more information.

    Pre-Registration is required. 

    Click here to register!
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    End of Mod 1 Show

    The End-of-Mod Show features an entire mod's worth of student work in the visual arts and beyond. The shows take place at the end of each mod in the Community Gallery in the Garthwaite Center for Science and Art, and various other spaces on campus.

    End of Mod 1 Gallery Walk

    Parents and guardians unable to make the morning End-of-Mod Shows are invited to join us for a Gallery Walk in the evening. Come see what our students have been up to each mod!
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    Fall Wilderness Trip (Cancelled)

    Information about the fall mod break trips: The fall trips are three-day, two-night backpacking trips in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The trips will take place over this coming mod break beginning the evening of Friday, October 7th and returning to CSW on Monday, October 10th.

    No experience with backpacking is required and we can provide all of the necessary clothing and equipment to participate. Space is limited and spots are first-come first-served.

    These trips are a fantastic way to experience all of the beauty of fall and connect with other students at the start of a new year. It's a fun, physically engaging, community building way to spend your mod break. Participants also receive one half an athletic credit upon successful completion of the trip.
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    Fall Wilderness Trip (Cancelled)

    Information about the fall mod break trips: The fall trips are three-day, two-night backpacking trips in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The trips will take place over this coming mod break beginning the evening of Friday, October 7th and returning to CSW on Monday, October 10th.

    No experience with backpacking is required and we can provide all of the necessary clothing and equipment to participate. Space is limited and spots are first-come first-served.

    These trips are a fantastic way to experience all of the beauty of fall and connect with other students at the start of a new year. It's a fun, physically engaging, community building way to spend your mod break. Participants also receive one half an athletic credit upon successful completion of the trip.
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    Fall Wilderness Trip (Cancelled)

    Information about the fall mod break trips: The fall trips are three-day, two-night backpacking trips in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The trips will take place over this coming mod break beginning the evening of Friday, October 7th and returning to CSW on Monday, October 10th.

    No experience with backpacking is required and we can provide all of the necessary clothing and equipment to participate. Space is limited and spots are first-come first-served.

    These trips are a fantastic way to experience all of the beauty of fall and connect with other students at the start of a new year. It's a fun, physically engaging, community building way to spend your mod break. Participants also receive one half an athletic credit upon successful completion of the trip.
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    PSATs

    HFC Health and Fitness Center - Game Court - GameCourt

    12th Grade Parent & Guardian Social

    Garthwaite Center for Science and Art - Moir Atrium - Atrium
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    Info Session: Intro to Progressive Ed

    7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

    REGISTER NOW

    What is progressive education? Come learn about CSW's unique brand of progressive ed at our virtual fireside chat with members of our faculty.
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    10th Grade Parent & Guardian Social

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    One-On-One Dance Performances

    Join us for the annual One-On-One Dance Performance—a work-in-progress project that allows an older dancer to pair up with a new dance student to explore choreographic possibilities, taking into consideration time, space and energy dynamics.   Come out and support our dancers in their first performance of the school year!
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    Evening of Appreciation

    Garthwaite
    Contact: Tim Clark
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    11th Grade Parent & Guardian Social

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    Admissions Fall Open House (On Campus)

    9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

    Prospective families are invited to join us at this open campus event. Come tour facilities and connect with departmental faculty, school administrators, and current students who will be available to answer questions, speak to personal experiences, and share information about CSW’s unique academic programs. *There will be a rain date of 10/23 in case of severe weather on 10/22.

    Preregistration is not required, but we recommend that you sign up through Ravenna, our online application system, to receive important updates and information about the event.

    Families attending this event may also want to attend the Virtual Fireside Chat on Progressive Education on Thursday, October 13 for an introduction to our program and philosophy. You may also be interested in our virtual Open House on Thursday, November 9, which will include programming relating to the Mod System, student activities, and residential life, as well as a student panel.

    King Richard's Fair Trip

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    Halloween Dance

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    Spooky Movie Night

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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.