Arlington grads from Cambridge School of Weston head to college

ahs awards 19Arlington residents Max Evans-Schmid, Oscar Zhao, Lincoln Cohn and Max Cohn graduated from the Cambridge School of Weston on Friday, June 10. They will attend the following colleges in the fall:

Evans-Schmid, Trinity College, Dublin;

The Cohn brothers, Boston University;

and Oscar Zhao, Pomona College.

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A leader among America's progressive independent schools, the Cambridge School of Weston describes itself as at the forefront of educational innovation since 1886.

At this day and boarding high school in Weston, creative, motivated students embrace challenging work and address challenging questions, with curiosity and courage. Inspired by the diverse perspectives and high expectations of our justice-minded community, they find and develop what is extraordinary about themselves and in the world around them. 


This news announcement was published Thursday, June 16, 2022. 

 
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