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    Grade 9 Academic Night - Virtual

    Parents are invited to join us as representatives from our academic departments share information and insights on the 9th grade student experience at CSW.
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    Admissions Financial Aid Workshop

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

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    In this webinar-style workshop, we will walk families through the financial aid process for our school. Get tips and advice on how to complete the process smoothly. There will be time at the end for a Q&A.
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    Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls Game

    *Limited Tickets*
    Day & Boarding Student Event
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    CSW Read-A-Thon

    The CSW Readathon is an intentional day for students who LOVE reading to come together and celebrate in that joy. For 12 hours, students will engage in all types of pleasure reading. Bring what you want to read and simply read amongst like minded peers, faculty, and staff. We simply ask that you engage in just that: reading for pleasure. Please leave homework at home. Reading can include physical books, ebooks, audiobooks, webtoons, magazines, newspapers, and more.

    Saturday, November 5, 2022. 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. in the CSW Library
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    Admissions Fall Open House (Virtual)

    7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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    Join us for a series of presentations on CSW’s academic program and student life offerings. Learn more about our unique Mod System, progressive pedagogy, and the ways we integrate social justice learning into our curriculum. Stay on for a panel with current students!
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    Fall Dramatic Production

    The play’s protagonist Claire, a multimillionaire, visits her hometown after an absence of many years and offers the residents great wealth if they will kill one of their leading citizens, Alfred, who had betrayed Claire shamefully many years before. In this morality play about vengeance and greed, the audience is asked to grapple with the following:
    - Can the need (or want) of money drive a community to kill one of its members? 
    - What past deeds can justify the need for punishment, and what should that punishment be?
    - What is the difference between justice and vengeance?
    - Is the suffering of one worth the betterment of many?

    CONTENT ADVISORY-This play contains:
    • Guns and a gunshot
    • Murder
    • Suggestion of suicide 
    • The killing of an animal
    • Sexism
    • Adult language
    • Smoking
    • Alcohol use
    • A mention of castration
    Considering these adult themes, we do not recommend attendance by children.
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    Fall Dramatic Production

    The play’s protagonist Claire, a multimillionaire, visits her hometown after an absence of many years and offers the residents great wealth if they will kill one of their leading citizens, Alfred, who had betrayed Claire shamefully many years before. In this morality play about vengeance and greed, the audience is asked to grapple with the following:
    - Can the need (or want) of money drive a community to kill one of its members? 
    - What past deeds can justify the need for punishment, and what should that punishment be?
    - What is the difference between justice and vengeance?
    - Is the suffering of one worth the betterment of many?

    CONTENT ADVISORY-This play contains:
    • Guns and a gunshot
    • Murder
    • Suggestion of suicide 
    • The killing of an animal
    • Sexism
    • Adult language
    • Smoking
    • Alcohol use
    • A mention of castration
    Considering these adult themes, we do not recommend attendance by children.
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    Board of Trustees Retreat

    Garthwaite Center for Science and Art - Community Gallery - CG

    Archery Dodgeball

    Students who have signed up should meet at the Kluchman Building at 12PM.

    Day & Boarding Student Activity
    https://www.archerygamesboston.com

    Fall Dramatic Production

    Mugar Center for the Performing Arts - Robin Wood Theatre - RW Theatre
    The play’s protagonist Claire, a multimillionaire, visits her hometown after an absence of many years and offers the residents great wealth if they will kill one of their leading citizens, Alfred, who had betrayed Claire shamefully many years before. In this morality play about vengeance and greed, the audience is asked to grapple with the following:
    - Can the need (or want) of money drive a community to kill one of its members? 
    - What past deeds can justify the need for punishment, and what should that punishment be?
    - What is the difference between justice and vengeance?
    - Is the suffering of one worth the betterment of many?

    CONTENT ADVISORY-This play contains:
    • Guns and a gunshot
    • Murder
    • Suggestion of suicide 
    • The killing of an animal
    • Sexism
    • Adult language
    • Smoking
    • Alcohol use
    • A mention of castration
    Considering these adult themes, we do not recommend attendance by children.
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    Day Hike Activity

    Students who are signed up should meet at the Kluchman Building at 9 AM. 

    Boarding and Day Student Activity
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    Fall Athletics Banquet

    Cheek - Dining Hall - Dining
    Contact: Alan Miles
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    End of Mod 2 Show

    Join us for the End of Mod Dance Show in the FIT!

    While you're on campus, stop by the Garthwaite building to explore the art show. 

    Info Session: College Counseling

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

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    Learn about CSW’s approach to college counseling, the application process, and how CSW’s program relates to what colleges are looking for. This presentation is most relevant for transfer applicants.
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    Sounds of the World Ensemble

    Recital Hall
    Enjoy a concert performance with sounds and instruments from across the globe!
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    Grade 9 Parent/Guardian Get-Together

    Garthwaite Center for Science and Art - Moir Atrium - Atrium
    9th grade parents and guardians are invited to stop by the Garthwaite Atrium ahead of the Gallery Walk at 3:00pm to socialize and chat. This a great opportunity to both get together and enjoy the End of Mod 2 Art Show!

    End of Mod 2 Gallery Walk

    Families are invited to join us in the Garthwaite to see what our students have been up to in Mod 2!

    Reception for Boarding Families

    Garthwaite Center for Science and Art - Moir Atrium - Atrium
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    Admissions Academic Fair

    7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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    Dive into CSW’s unique model in this survey of our academic program and offerings. Representatives from different departments will speak about courses, requirements, and programmatic highlights with time for Q&A.
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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.