2018

  • February

    “Writing Plays for Production” Collaborates with Playwright Richard Snee

    Hosted each spring by Boston University's Boston Playwright's Theatre, the Massachusetts Young Playwrights' Project Festival known as New Noises, gives high school students the chance to write and present 10-minute plays to be directed and performed by professional actors and directors. As part of the program, participating schools like CSW are provided with the opportunity to collaborate with a playwriting mentor. CSW's mentor is actor and playwright Richard Snee.

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  • Boys' Varsity Basketball Finishes 1st in the League

    CSW’s Boys' Varsity Basketball team finished in the top spot of the Massachusetts Bay Independent League (MBIL) Division I this past week, going 9-1 in the league and 10-4 overall. Their efforts on the court have earned them a first round bye in the league championship tournament. The Gryphons will host the winner of the Boston University Academy and Brimmer & May quarterfinal matchup on Tuesday, February 13 at the Fit.

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  • Natalie Good '19 Advances to Regional Finals of Shakespeare Competition

    Natalie Good '19 competed in the regional semi-finals for the National Shakespeare Competition on Saturday, February 3, and was one of just eleven performers selected to advance to the regional finals on February 24 at Mt. Ida College. The winner from the regional finals will advance to the National Competition on April 23, 2018 at Lincoln Center in New York City.
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  • Students Earn 69 Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

    Thirty-seven CSW students received commendations from the Massachusetts Regional Scholastic Art & Writing awards, co-sponsored annually by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA) and the Boston Globe. The Scholastic Art & Writing awards date back to 1923 and have grown to become the longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in the U.S. Noteworthy past winners include Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Stephen King and many others.

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  • January

    CSW Celebrates Diversity Day 2018

    CSW students, faculty, and staff joined together on Thursday, January 25 for CSW’s annual Diversity Day celebration, a full day of performances, community discussions, and student-generated workshops dedicated to the topic of diversity. Led each year by the student Diversity Committee, Diversity Day is a beloved CSW tradition that allows participants to share personal experiences and engage in exercises promoting awareness, equity, and inclusion.

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  • Students Participate in Eastern District Music Festival

    CSW Congratulates Leo Weisskoff ’19 and Bri Alper ’19, who were recently accepted by competitive audition to participate in the Massachusetts Music Educators Association's Eastern District Senior Festival.

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  • Head of School Jane Moulding Announces Retirement in 2019

    CSW Head of School Jane Moulding announced today that she will retire in June 2019, at which time she will have spent 17 years at the school's helm. Jane shared the news with faculty, staff, and students at a special assembly on Wednesday morning. A letter from Jane to Board of Trustees Chair Sue Vogt P'14, and a response letter from Sue, were shared with the greater community. These letters are included below.


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  • English Teacher Mark Santa Maria Participates in Moby Dick Marathon in Support of Financial Aid

    This weekend, for the fifth consecutive year, CSW faculty member Mark Santa Maria will be attempting to stay awake and listen to Moby Dick for 25 straight hours at the New Bedford Whaling Museum. 




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  • CSW Hosts 9th Annual Evening of the Arts

    Community members gathered to celebrate the arts at CSW at the 9th annual Evening of the Arts in December. The yearly tradition showcases the creative talents of students, faculty, and staff across a wide range of artistic disciplines.

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The Cambridge School of Weston
45 Georgian Road, Weston, MA 02493 • P. 781-642-8600
The Cambridge School of Weston is a day and boarding independent school, located near Boston, for students in grades 9-12 and PG. We offer an innovative and rigorous academic program that fosters critical thought, hands-on experiential learning and deep academic inquiry. Students choose from more than 300 courses through our unique Mod System; no two student schedules are alike.