CSW Families




Get involved! 

Families play a vital role in building and fostering a vibrant, inclusive, and supportive CSW community. Your time, talents, and energy all help support programs and events critical to the life of the school. 

There are a variety of ways for parents and guardians to get involved at CSW. From baking cookies to chairing a volunteer committee - we welcome you to participate in any way you can!

To keep up to date with upcoming events and activities, be sure to regularly check out the CSW Community Newsletter

More information for current parents and families can be found on the Parent Resource Tile on myCSW

Questions? Contact Emmanuelle Charlier at echarlier@csw.org or (781) 642-8619.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • How do I volunteer?

    Share your volunteer interests by completing the Parent Volunteer & Interest Form and we'll be in touch! Access the form by visiting the Family Volunteer Opportunities section on the myCSW Parent Resources Tile

    If you are considering taking an even more active role by chairing a volunteer committee or would like to contribute in other ways, please contact echarlier@csw.org
  • Who should I contact if I have questions?

    Your FEN Representatives are great points of contact for all family-related questions. They serve as a link between parents and the Engagement Office so feel free to reach out to them! Find out more by visiting the Parent Resource Tile on myCSW.

    You can also contact Emmanuelle Charlier, Associate Director for Alumni and Parent Engagement, at echarlier@csw.org or (781) 642-6819.

Parent Engagement Opportunities

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  • Admissions Volunteer

    Volunteers work with the Admissions and Enrollment Team to engage prospective parents and families. This could include attending admissions and accepted family events, being available as a contact for prospective parents, or displaying lawn signs promoting CSW Open Houses.
  • Birthday for Boarders

    Volunteers help to make boarding students’ birthdays special! This wonderful CSW tradition is a highlight for boarders. Volunteers are each assigned a student and deliver small gifts, cards, and/or baked goods on the boarder’s birthday. The committee chair(s) survey(s) boarding students at the start of the school year and organize(s) the volunteer assignments. 
  • CSW Fund Committee

    Committee members work with the Development Office to support the school’s annual fund goals and assist with other fundraising opportunities. Meetings are held regularly with the Associate Director of Development. 
  • Development Volunteer

    Volunteers work with the Development Office to support fundraising efforts within the broader parent and family community. This includes outreach for initiatives such as Day of Giving. 
  • Faculty and Staff Appreciation Committee

    Volunteers help support parent faculty and staff appreciation initiatives throughout the academic year. The committee chair(s) work(s) with the Engagement Office to coordinate meaningful appreciation events and/or programs. Volunteer contributions can range from baking cookies to putting together raffle items to writing notes! 
  • Family Engagement Network (FEN)

    FEN facilitates CSW parent and family engagement, community-building, and communication, serving as a link between families and the school. They are also responsible for planning grade-level social events. FEN consists of two Co-Chairs, two parent/guardian representatives from each grade level, and a representative from the boarding/international community. FEN representatives meet regularly with each other and with the Associate Director for Parent and Alumni Engagement. 
  • Parent Social Justice Book Group

    Participants engage with this year’s all-school social justice theme by joining other CSW parents and guardians and gathering for the Social Justice Book Group. The book group meets monthly and is a casual opportunity for parents to discuss the reading and mindfully engage with topics relating to social justice. A great way to connect with peers!
  • Parent Walking Group

    The walking group meets regularly – either at Cat Rock Park or elsewhere – and is a great opportunity for parents and guardians to socialize when the weather is good!
  • Senior Family Gift Committee

    Committee members work with the Development Office to select the class gift (a parting legacy gift to the school from the graduating class) and assist in fundraising efforts, including communicating with other senior families. The committee meets regularly with the Chief Development Officer.

Contact us

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    Emmanuelle Charlier 

    Assistant Director for Alumni and Parent Engagement
    781-642-8619
    Year Appointed: 2021

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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.