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A leader among America’s progressive independent schools, the Cambridge School of Weston has been at the forefront of educational innovation since 1886. At this day and boarding high school located in Weston, creative, motivated students embrace challenging work and address complex questions with curiosity and courage. Inspired by the diverse perspectives and high expectations of their justice-minded community, students find and develop what is extraordinary in themselves and in the world around them.
In place of a more traditional model, the Cambridge School of Weston calendar year is divided into six modules, each six-weeks long, in a framework they call the Mod System. Each mod, students take no more than three blocks of academic classes that meet on a daily basis. With more than 250 courses to choose from, this setup allows for breadth, depth, and curricular agency you won’t find at any other school. The Cambridge School of Weston believes in the power of their approach to be transformative.
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The Cambridge School of Weston has been at the forefront of educational innovation since our founding in 1886. Our progressive pedagogy is rooted in the student-centered philosophy of John Dewey, who advocated active, experiential learning within a curriculum designed to accommodate the interests of individual students. In his eyes—and ours—education is not simply the acquisition of content and proficiency. It’s also a way for students to develop and refine the skills required to become informed, engaged, and effective participants in a democratic society. We believe that the world needs such citizens—individuals who not only have technical competence and skill, but who are also awake to their unique talents and who have developed ways to bring their distinctive skills and perspectives to what the world will ask of them.
Our program develops students’ abilities to explore and engage with curiosity, courage, self-awareness, discipline, open-mindedness, and a sense of personal responsibility. Purposeful classroom experiences and assessments allow students to develop and practice independent thinking, critical analysis, imaginative problem-solving, productive collaboration, and constructive risk-taking. Our curriculum uses primary resources and multiple perspectives, and emphasizes our commitment to human rights and social justice. We value creative process and challenge our students to push beyond perceived limitations and to make their work personally meaningful.
We believe in the power of our approach to be transformative.
The Cambridge School of Weston'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.