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    Inside Res Life

    Register Now

    Accepted boarding students are invited to drop into this informal virtual session to get the inside scoop on residential life at CSW. Enjoy casual conversation with Jane Reynolds, Director of Residential Life, and current boarding students.

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    CSW Parent Panel / Virtual

    Join current CSW parents to hear about their families' experiences, tips, and insights. Stay after for a 30-minute financial aid webinar.

    (Parents/Guardians)

    Financial Aid Webinar

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    Get information and clarification about financial support for tuition and non-tuition expenses at CSW. There will be time for Q&A.

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    Revisit Day (2 of 2)

    We have closed registration for this event. Please call us at 781-642-8650 or email admissions@csw.org with any questions.

    Come to campus to meet community members, attend sample classes, and learn more about specific departments, opportunities, and student groups.

    (Parents/Guardians/Students)
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    All Boarders Weekend-Spring

    All Boarders Weekend offers an opportunity to build community and allow time to be together as a residential community for some fun and programming. All boarding students will be required to stay on campus for the events of the weekend. No overnights, appointments, or any other commitments off campus.

    Family Feud Style Game Show

    Mugar Center for the Performing Arts - Robin Wood Theatre - RW Theatre
    All are invited! Show off your knowledge and trivia game skills! Win fun prizes!
    Pizza and drinks to follow in the Dining Hall
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    All Boarders Weekend-Spring

    All Boarders Weekend offers an opportunity to build community and allow time to be together as a residential community for some fun and programming. All boarding students will be required to stay on campus for the events of the weekend. No overnights, appointments, or any other commitments off campus.
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    All Boarders Weekend-Spring

    All Boarders Weekend offers an opportunity to build community and allow time to be together as a residential community for some fun and programming. All boarding students will be required to stay on campus for the events of the weekend. No overnights, appointments, or any other commitments off campus.
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    CSW Day of Giving

    Join us for the CSW Day of Giving, a 24-hour, celebratory fundraising event! Learn more and make your gift here!

    Sexual Assault Awareness Presentation

    Garthwaite Center for Science and Art - Community Gallery - CG
    Register Here

    In observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we will be hosting guests from the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC). Parents and guardians are invited to engage with us on this important topic on the evening of April 9, 2024. At this informative event, representatives from BARCC will offer strategies for parents and guardians to initiate difficult conversations with their teens regarding consent and online privacy. 
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    12th Grade End of Year Event Preview and Parent Q&A

    Senior parents and guardians are invited to join us on April 11 for a conversation with Assistant Head of School Aaron Hirsch, during which time we will answer questions and walk through the spring schedule of programming and the many end-of-year celebrations we have planned in honor of our seniors. 

    Click here to receive the Zoom link.
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    Empty Bowls Painting for Students & Families

    Families are invited to campus to contribute to the community-wide bowl painting effort in support of the Community Service Committee's Empty Bowls fundraising event in May.

    Space is limited, so please sign up to participate!
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    Coffee with Academics

    Health and Fitness Center - FIT Student Lounge - FIT Lounge
    Meet the members of our academic team: Diana Baruni (Academic Dean), Deb McCullough (Assistant Academic Dean), and Jordy Ross (Registrar). 
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    Michael H. Feldman Social Justice Day

    Formerly known as Law Day, the event was established in 1975 by Shirley and Roger Feldman in memory of their son, Michael Feldman '67. The event explores various viewpoints on important legal and social issues of the day, creating opportunities for student discussion and debate, as well as guest speakers and presentations.

    Visit the Social Justice Day Landing Page

    Social Justice Day

    Social Justice Day Parent & Guardian Workshop: Gun Safety Advocacy & Parent Action

    Kluchman - Valerie O'Leary Room - Val
    Gun Safety Advocacy and Parent Action
    Get a taste of the programming from this year's Michael H. Feldman '67 Social Justice Day with a workshop just for parents and guardians. 

    Find out more and register here.
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    Grade 9 Family Bingo Night

    Garthwaite Center for Science and Art - Community Gallery - CG
    We are hosting a fun opportunity to get together with 9th grade students and their families. 
     
    Please join us for an evening of bingo, pizza, snacks and prizes!

    We hope you and your student will be able to join us. (Students are welcome to attend even if parents/guardians are not able to.) 

    Please RSVP as soon as possible
     
    We would like to give out prizes for the event, but need your help to make it happen. Any contribution amount would be greatly appreciated! Please use the RSVP form to sign up if you can contribute or contact Mina or Camillia. Thank you!!
    We hope to see you there!

    Camillia Joy & Mina Roustaei
    Class of 2027 FEN reps
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    Youth-Powered Climate Justice with Our Children’s Trust

    Kluchman - Library First Room - Library 1
    CSW is honored and excited to host a community conversation with Mat dos Santos and Laura Gehrke of Our Children’s Trust, a groundbreaking nonprofit organization that empowers youth to secure their legal rights to a life-sustaining climate.

    Join us to hear the story of Held v. State of Montana — the first children's constitutional climate change case in history to go to trial — in which 16 youth successfully sued the state of Montana to protect their equal rights to a healthy environment, life, dignity, and freedom. Engage in a lively discussion of the practice and power of youth activism and the extraordinary ripple effect of Held v. State of Montana nationwide.

    This event is free and open to the public.

    AS SEEN IN THE AWARD-WINNING DOCUMENTARY, YOUTH V GOV. 
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    Singer Songwriter Showcase

    Hear student-musicans perform some of their original work!
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    Reunion

    Return to CSW to reconnect with fellow alumni/ae and faculty and staff from your time at CSW. We hope to see you at one or more of the celebratory events and activities we have planned for the weekend.

    End of Mod 5 Show

    End of Mod 5 Gallery Walk

    Join us at the Gallery Walk and view the students' End-of-Mod 5 Art Show! 

    Students and families are also invited to celebrate the "soft opening" of the Art Faculty Exhibition in the Thompson Gallery, with work from Anne Rearick, Alison Safford, Todd Bartel, and Tony Loreti on display!

    You will have the opportunity to listen to art faculty speak about student work at the End-of-Mod Show in addition to their own work.

    Patience Lauriat Event

    Kluchman - Valerie O'Leary Room - Val
    The Cambridge School of Weston invites esteemed members of the Patience Lauriat Society to gather for a special celebration with Head of School Lise Charlier.
    Contact: Roger Fussa
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    Reunion

    Return to CSW to reconnect with fellow alumni/ae and faculty and staff from your time at CSW. We hope to see you at one or more of the celebratory events and activities we have planned for the weekend.

    Spring Wilderness Trip

    Visit the Wilderness Program landing page for more information.

    Art Faculty Thompson Gallery Exhibition Opening

    The Cambridge School of Weston invites you to the newly reopened Thompson Gallery for an exhibition of selected works from CSW Art faculty Todd Bartel, Tony Loreti, Anne Rearick, and Alison Safford.

    Opening Saturday, April 27 from 4-6:00 p.m., with a gallery talk at 5:00 pm. 

    Exhibition dates: April 27-June 9, 2024. 
     
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    Reunion

    Return to CSW to reconnect with fellow alumni/ae and faculty and staff from your time at CSW. We hope to see you at one or more of the celebratory events and activities we have planned for the weekend.

    Spring Wilderness Trip

    Visit the Wilderness Program landing page for more information.
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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.