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An Important Message from Head of School Lise Charlier

Like all of us, I am more than disturbed by the racism and violence we have witnessed over the last few months. One word that comes to mind is outrage, but in some ways outrage does not fully express my range of emotions.
The deaths of Ahmaud Arbery while jogging, Breonna Taylor while sleeping during an unnecessary police raid, the wrongful accusation that Christian Cooper threatened a woman’s life when he was only peacefully birdwatching in Central Park, and the death of George Floyd after having a police officer’s knee on his neck for over eight minutes make clear, once again, that racism remains an evil in our country.
The overwhelming feelings of anger and frustration have brought us to this truth — change is desperately needed. The values of The Cambridge School of Weston will not allow us to be silent. Violence against black people cannot be tolerated in a society that claims that all of us have a right to life, liberty, equality, fairness, and justice.  
The CSW community is made up of many diverse students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni/ae, and trustees. Being committed to progressive leadership and social justice compels us to take a stand denouncing institutional, systemic or individual racism and prejudice in all its forms.
Through open communication, I am eager for us to work together to determine how we can all contribute to creating a more just, caring, and respectful world.

Italian Trulli
Lise Charlier 
Head of School

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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.