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    Schools on Wheels Backpack Drive

    The 9th Grade CE group is hosting a backpack drive for Schools on Wheels MA! We will be gathering supplies for these backpacks and including our own personal twist in the form of either a "Middle School Survival Guide" or thoughtfully curated Art lessons for the recipients to complete on their own. Please bring by any extra school supplies or backpacks that you may have!
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    Inter-School Mock Trial with Commonwealth

    Garthwaite Center for Science and Art - Community Gallery - CG
    Students from CSW and Commonwealth School will compete in a mock trial.
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    Zora Exhibit Opening: "Disparity: Minding the Gap"

    Cambridge Innovation Center
    1 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142

    The Zora Foundation will be hosting our Spring 2024 social justice art exhibition and programming titled  "Disparity: Minding the Gap," dedicated to combating the topic of economic disparity at the Cambridge Innovation Center. The opening reception of our gallery will be held on May 5 from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m., with a student panel at 2:45 p.m. Refreshments and games will be provided. The exhibit will be up until May 11. 

    Parking:
    Parking is extremely limited, we recommend taking the T. The Cambridge Innovation Center is right across the street from the Kendall Square train stop on the Red Line.

    CSW will provide transportation to and from the exhibition opening day on May 5.

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    Heritage Fest

    This event showcases dances, musical performances, and other celebrated facets of our shared and different cultures. Parents and guardians are encouraged to attend. 

    No registration required. 

    BISC Virtual Fair

    Join us at the Boston Independent School Collaborative Virtual Fair!
    Hear a panel of Admissions Directors from 19 Boston-area Independent Schools talk about mission-driven education, high academic standards, individualized student experiences, educating the whole child, and other topics relevant to the applicant’s journey towards enrollment. 
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    State of the School Address

    Join Head of School Lise Charlier and senior administrators for a presentation reviewing highlights from the year so far and showcasing some of the exciting initiatives on deck for the future.

    This is a virtual event. 

    Register here
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    Empty Bowls Event

    The CSW Community Service Committee invites you to attend Empty Bowls, a celebration of food, art, and community engagement! This event is open to the entire CSW Community - students, alums, parents and all who are connected to the school — so join us on campus and get in on the fun! All proceeds go to 
    There will be an on-site raffle as an additional fundraiser as well as entertainment by CSW students.
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    CSW Prom

    Seniors and Juniors are invited to dance the night away from 7:00-10:00. Dinner will be served.
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    Coffee with Community Reading Coordinators

    Health and Fitness Center - FIT Student Lounge - FIT Lounge
    Meet with faculty in charge of our community reading program to learn more about how CSW encourages a love of reading not only in the summer, but throughout the entire year.

    Click here to register.
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    Financial Aid 101

    Wednesday, May 15, 6:30 p.m.
    Register here for the Zoom webinar
     
    Come learn the basics of Financial Aid from CSW partner College Aid Pro. This webinar will provide a foundation for navigating the financial aid landscape. Topics include the dos and don'ts of financial aid, updates on changes to the FAFSA process, exploring scholarship options and more. Participants will also get an introduction to the college financing, aid, and scholarship platform and its many resources. 
     
    Zoom registration is required. If you cannot attend live, you can still register and receive a recording of the presentation the next day. 
     
    As part of CSW’s partnership with College Aid Pro, families receive a free subscription to MyCAP. Sign up online (use coupon code CSW100) to begin accessing their budgeting, financial aid, and scholarship resources. 
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    Board of Trustees Meeting

    Garthwaite Center for Science and Art - Community Gallery - CG
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    Grandparents & Grandfriends Day

    All grandparents and grandfriends are invited to join us for a virtual hour-long program, which will include special remarks from Head of School Lise Charlier.

    Register your student's grandparent or grandfriend for the Zoom event here.

    Grade Eleven Game Night

    Grade 11 students are invited to get together for a fun evening of playing games in the Fit. Enjoy bingo, card games, board games, music, and more!

    Tenth Grade Masquerade

    On Friday May 17, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the Garthwaite, 10th grade students will come in fancy dress and masks. We will have pizza and drinks at fancy banquet tables and potluck desserts. There will also be music, dancing, and games!
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    Boarding Dinner and Program - Spring

    Boarding Dinner Mod 6. All Boarding Students are required to attend.
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    11th Grade Pre-summer Parent Coffee with College Counseling

    Junior parents and guardians are invited to this year's Pre-Summer Coffee with College Counseling on Zoom. We will offer some brief updates on the college process and provide some "pre-summer" reminders for you and your students. Additionally, we will be joined by parents from the Class of 2024 who will offer some "parent to parent" advice on managing the college process with your child.

    The event will be recorded and posted on our MyCSW College Counseling 2025 Group Page. 

    Senior Tea with Lise

    Head's House - Head
    Seniors are invited to take part in the CSW tradition of Tea with the Head of School! 

    Sign up to join Lise for tea at her home. There are five teatimes to choose from. Please click here to select one. 
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    Senior Tea with Lise

    Head's House - Head
    Seniors are invited to take part in the CSW tradition of Tea with the Head of School! 

    Sign up to join Lise for tea at her home. There are five teatimes to choose from. Please click here to select one. 
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    Senior Tea with Lise

    Head's House - Head
    Seniors are invited to take part in the CSW tradition of Tea with the Head of School! 

    Sign up to join Lise for tea at her home. There are five teatimes to choose from. Please click here to select one. 

    Senior Tea with Lise

    Head's House - Head
    Seniors are invited to take part in the CSW tradition of Tea with the Head of School! 

    Sign up to join Lise for tea at her home. There are five teatimes to choose from. Please click here to select one. 
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    Period Party

    This is a community event hosted on the quad with snacks, trivia, and free sanitary products to celebrate and spread knowledge on menstrual health.
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    Yearbook Pick-up

    All students who placed an order for yearbooks join us on the quad to pick up the yearbook and look through it with friends!

    Spring Musical: The Prom

    When Emma Nolan wants to bring her girlfriend to the High School Prom, the PTA cancels the dance to avoid any legal repercussions for preventing Emma from attending. Meanwhile, a Broadway production starring Barry Glickman and Dee Dee Allen closes early after a bad review in The New York Times. With their careers in decline, Barry, Dee Dee and their actor pals Trent and Angie go in search of a publicity stunt to regain their celebrity status. They choose Emma as their social justice cause celebre and travel to Indiana to save the Prom for James Madison High School and LGBTQIA+ students everywhere. But will they be able to change the community's hearts and minds?

    This is a non-ticketed, general admission event. 
    Contact: Emily Ranii
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    Senior Tea with Lise

    Head's House - Head
    Seniors are invited to take part in the CSW tradition of Tea with the Head of School! 

    Sign up to join Lise for tea at her home. There are five teatimes to choose from. Please click here to select one. 

    Spring Musical: The Prom

    When Emma Nolan wants to bring her girlfriend to the High School Prom, the PTA cancels the dance to avoid any legal repercussions for preventing Emma from attending. Meanwhile, a Broadway production starring Barry Glickman and Dee Dee Allen closes early after a bad review in The New York Times. With their careers in decline, Barry, Dee Dee and their actor pals Trent and Angie go in search of a publicity stunt to regain their celebrity status. They choose Emma as their social justice cause celebre and travel to Indiana to save the Prom for James Madison High School and LGBTQIA+ students everywhere. But will they be able to change the community's hearts and minds?

    This is a non-ticketed, general admission event. 
    Contact: Emily Ranii
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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.