Coronavirus Response

Information and updates about COVID-19.

Campus is closed to all visitors until further notice
Only authorized faculty and staff are permitted on campus.


List of 3 news stories.

  • School to Transition to Virtual Learning

    The start of Mod 5 has been delayed until Monday, March 30, 2020, with all classes conducted virtually through the end of the mod, April 30, 2020. From March 24–27, all teaching faculty and staff will participate in a four-day virtual teaching training. This training will be conducted online. Online classes will commence on March 30. On-campus classes will resume on May 5 at the very earliest. 

    A simplified schedule is as follows:

    March 24 – 27
    Virtual learning training for all teaching faculty and staff; no classes; all students to remain on break

    March 30
    Online learning begins.

    May 5
    Mod 6 Begins; on-campus classes resume
  • Important Boarding Update

    We are asking all boarding students who are currently off-campus to remain off campus for the entirety of Mod 5. For those students currently on campus for spring break, we will continue our program as promised through the end of the break, March 22. Between today and March 22, we recommend students who are currently on campus make arrangements to return home, or to another safe place, no later than March 24.  For those unable to do so, we will assist them in finding other options. Staying on campus in social isolation for an extended period of time is not healthy, and therefore, is not an option for any students. Please click here for more information
  • Campus Closed to Visitors

    Campus is currently closed to all visitors until further notice. Only authorized faculty, staff, and international students participating in our Spring Break boarding program are permitted on campus at this time. Prior to April 12, all other students and parents should not be on campus for any reason. The school is taking steps to alert local community members of this new protocol, and we will soon put in place precautions that will allow for more oversight over campus deliveries. Vendors will be permitted to visit campus for emergency repairs only. Any other meeting needing to take place will happen virtually.

Information and Resources


CSW Counseling Resource
  • CSW Staying Connected - Padlet, an interactive Padlet to help you find ways to take care of yourself and to get support.  Please feel free to add your ideas and resources. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The World Health Organization The U.S. State Department

5 Ways to Help Teens Manage Anxiety About the Coronavirus
Talking to children about COVID-19: A Parent Resource
Talking to Teens and Tweens About Coronavirus
How to Talk to Kids About Coronavirus
Five Ways to View Coverage of the Coronavirus

Our Community

The Cambridge School of Weston is an inclusive community, with members from around the world. Each and every one of us must take care not to make assumptions about others based on perceived symptoms or identities (i.e. ethnicity and/or national origin). 

We are a community that looks out for one another, and every step each of us takes — whether it be in washing our hands, staying home when sick, or avoiding non-essential international travel — is of benefit not only to ourselves but to the entire community, especially those vulnerable to more serious medical complications.

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.