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Your Gift In Action

One hallmark of a CSW education is the willingness and courage to confront challenges. Over its 135-year history, our school has weathered many challenges of its own, and each time, individuals in our community have helped us move forward with confidence and courage, allowing us to emerge even stronger. And that is true again today. 
Over the course of the COVID-19 Pandemic, everyone at CSW has gone through great lengths to educate our students and to keep them healthy and safe. We are proud to have kept our dorms open and welcomed all students for in-person learning for the majority of the school year. 
But we could not have done it without the generosity and support of our entire community. Gifts to the CSW Annual Fund are a fundamental resource for the school within the fiscal year they are given. The CSW Annual Fund supports the People, Places, and Programs that makes CSW the vibrant community we all love.
Your continued support is more important now than ever before — providing certainty in the most uncertain of times. We thank you in advance for your partnership.

Transforming the Heart of Campus

As we bring this historic school year to close, we are excited to announce a very special project that will start this summer: The renovation of the heart of CSW, The Kluchman Administration Building. The renovation will focus on making the entrance accessible as well as updating the lobby to make it warm and welcoming. David Mugar ‘59 has given CSW $250,000 in support of this important transformation, and the Class of 2021 senior parents, the Board of Trustees, and all four recent heads of school — along with many others — are coming together to raise the additional $250,000 to fully fund this work. 

Meet the Development Team

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Jennifer Raxter

    Jennifer Raxter 

    Chief Development Officer
    Education & Degrees
  • Photo of Timothy Clark

    Timothy Clark 

    Associate Director of Development
    Education & Degrees
  • Photo of Michelle McLaughlin

    Michelle McLaughlin 

    Development Coordinator
    Education & Degrees
  • Photo of Emmanuelle Charlier

    Emmanuelle Charlier 

    Assistant Director for Alumni and Parent Engagement

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.