Our Dormitories


    • 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 Po-wei Weng (Mandarin teacher) and his partner Olive Wang, and Director of Student Programs for Equity & Inclusion Yadira Valdez and her family. Theatre teacher Taylor Kaufman is also a dorm parent at Aleph.

Warren House

    • WARREN HOUSE is our newest dorm and is home to approximately 24 students. Dorm parents Melisa and Michael Kjellander, Sylvia Ogle and Doralis and family also call Warren home. Melisa is an associate director of admissions, and she and Michael have been dorm parents at CSW since 2007. Sylvia teacher Math and Doralis teaches Spanish.

Barn Dorm

    • 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. Physics teacher Rose Rosenthal and English teacher Eli Keehn and his partner Ella Brandon '06 also call The Barn home. Assistant Director of Communications Jeanette Origel is also a dorm parent at Barn.


    • 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. French and Spanish teacher Adriel Roncal and Math teacher Rashid Chatani also call Trap home. History teacher Jordan Clark is also a dorm parent at Trap.

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.