One of the core tenets of the VI Group and investor Joseph Cuzzupoli is that the US economy, a healthy political system, and our country’s fundamental social fabric are all intrinsically tied to education. Simply put, a quality way of life begins with a quality education.
This central belief is one of the driving forces behind many of the investment decisions made by Joe Cuzzupoli and the partners of the VI Group. One of those investments is in the Cambridge School of Weston, a progressive, coeducational, day and boarding school for grades 9 through 12, and post-graduate. At the Cambridge School, students are encouraged to explore new educational experiences and areas of study, and to be proactive in planning their academic schedules, balancing personal interests with college expectations and the school’s requirements for graduation.
The school’s unique Module System fosters deep learning and innovative teaching in all disciplines, with a curriculum that is diverse and interdisciplinary, combining demanding academics with extensive offerings in the visual and performing arts.
Investments by Joseph Cuzzupoli and the VI Group as well as others have enabled the Cambridge School of Weston to embark on an aggressive expansion and construction program over the past almost two decades. The school has been able to open a new performing arts center, liberal arts building, dormitory, a new health and fitness facility, and a center for science and art, to name several major improvements. In addition to adding these new structures, the school has also been able to launch a number of exciting educational initiatives, including the Progressive Education Lab, a visionary teacher training program for aspiring progressive educators.
Behind it all is the mission of the school and Joe Cuzzupoli – to educate and nurture the youth of today into the leaders of tomorrow. They understand that a sound society and productive citizens can only be achieved by an educated and informed citizenry, inspired to build better communities and a better world.