Student Life
Residential Life

Dormitories

From kudos to scavenger hunts, scary movie nights to competitive Rock, Paper, Scissor tournaments, each dorm is its own community with personality, culture, and traditions all its own. Boarding students will find a close-knit, home-away-from-home. Each of the school's four dormitories are unique in character and identity, but share a common goal: to provide a thoughtful and caring community in which students learn to balance freedom with responsibility in their personal, social and academic lives. The diverse student population in the dorms creates an exciting and creative home full of bright and thoughtful students. The residential life community comes together regularly for town meetings, dorm meetings, family-style dinners, weekend activities and lots of spontaneous fun in between.
 

Aleph

    • <b>ALEPH</b> is home to approximately 22 students. Alephians describe themselves as funny, diverse, thoughtful, and quirky. They describe their dorm as "a big family." Aleph is also home to dorm parents Rashid Chatani (math teacher), Patrick Foley (history teacher) and his partner Melodie Knowlton, as well as Po-wei Weng (Mandarin teacher) and his partner Olive Wang, and their respective families.<br><br><br>

      ALEPH is home to approximately 22 students. Alephians describe themselves as funny, diverse, thoughtful, and quirky. They describe their dorm as "a big family." Aleph is also home to dorm parents Rashid Chatani (math teacher), Patrick Foley (history teacher) and his partner Melodie Knowlton, as well as Po-wei Weng (Mandarin teacher) and his partner Olive Wang, and their respective families.


Warren House

    • <b>WARREN HOUSE</b> is our newest dorm and is home to approximately 24 students. Dorm parents  Melisa and Michael Kjellander, Evelina and Yevgeniy Galper, and Bernice and Omar Ruiz also call Warren home. Melisa is an associate director of admissions, and she and Michael have been dorm parents at CSW since 2007. Evelina teaches in the Math Department and is also the mother of an alumnus. Bernice teaches health education and serves as a counselor for 9th grade students.<br><br>

      WARREN HOUSE is our newest dorm and is home to approximately 24 students. Dorm parents Melisa and Michael Kjellander, Evelina and Yevgeniy Galper, and Bernice and Omar Ruiz also call Warren home. Melisa is an associate director of admissions, and she and Michael have been dorm parents at CSW since 2007. Evelina teaches in the Math Department and is also the mother of an alumnus. Bernice teaches health education and serves as a counselor for 9th grade students.

Barn Dorm

    • <b>THE BARN</b> is home to approximately 25 students. "Barnies" describe the personality of their dorm as: creative, diverse, lively, easygoing, social, laughter-filled, caring, and close-knit. Dorm parents LeeAnn and Sandy Brash also call the Barn home. LeeAnn teaches math at CSW, and she and Sandy have been dorm parents at CSW since 2009. Jermaine Thibodeaux, history teacher, and PEL Fellow Sarah Nelson also serve as dorm parents for the Barn.

      THE BARN is home to approximately 25 students. "Barnies" describe the personality of their dorm as: creative, diverse, lively, easygoing, social, laughter-filled, caring, and close-knit. Dorm parents LeeAnn and Sandy Brash also call the Barn home. LeeAnn teaches math at CSW, and she and Sandy have been dorm parents at CSW since 2009. Jermaine Thibodeaux, history teacher, and PEL Fellow Sarah Nelson also serve as dorm parents for the Barn.

Trapelo

    • <b>TRAPELO</b> is home to approximately 22 students. Trap dorm parents describe the personality of their dorm as: social, lively, fun, positive, caring, intelligent and mature, with strong student leaders. Dorm parents Pamela Palomera (Science Teacher), Robert Kwalick (Theatre Fellow), Doralis Perez-Soto (Spanish teacher) and her partner Anthony Butler also live in Trapelo.<br><br><br><br>

      TRAPELO is home to approximately 22 students. Trap dorm parents describe the personality of their dorm as: social, lively, fun, positive, caring, intelligent and mature, with strong student leaders. Dorm parents Pamela Palomera (Science Teacher), Robert Kwalick (Theatre Fellow), Doralis Perez-Soto (Spanish teacher) and her partner Anthony Butler also live in Trapelo.



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.