Canterbury is pleased to announce the Canterbury Scholars who will attend the High School next fall as freshmen. The 35th annual Canterbury Scholar Competition was an opportunity for all area eighth graders to compete for $8,000 ($2,000/year) in merit scholarships.
Click to Register. WALK-IN REGISTRATION AT 8:30 AM ALSO WELCOME. The 5th Grade Scholar Challenge is an opportunity for fifth graders to compete for scholarships to attend Canterbury Middle School beginning in their sixth grade year. As many as eight $6,000 scholarships toward Canterbury Middle School tuition will be awarded in this special opportunity ($2,000 each year for grades 6-8). The morning of the Canterbury Scholar Competition - Saturday, January 21, 2017, students will take part in a standardized test and write an essay.
More than 50 students tried to spell their way to victory in the annual Middle School Spelling Bee. Students competed in their grade level and then first place winners from each grade spelled off to see who would represent the school at the county bee. Madeline Phuong, Grade 6, is the school winner and Vonnia Anwar, Grade 7, is the school runner-up.
The Model United Nations Delegations from Canterbury traveled to the Indiana University Southeast Conference in November. The topics they debated included the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, Chinese Expansion in the South China Sea, Syrian Conflict, and Crisis in Ukraine. The group took away Best Delegation and Best Delegate awards.
It looks like winter has finally arrived. Here are some reminders about school delays and closings. The criteria used in considering to delay or cancel school includes weather reports, other area school closings, specific local conditions and a desire to hold school whenever possible. The school recognizes that individual family situations and geography vary considerably and respects the right of parents to keep their children home in inclement weather.
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Canterbury Soccer Coach Greg Mauch was honored January 13 in Los Angeles during the NSCAA Awards Banquet in conjunction with the 70th annual NSCAA Convention. The National Soccer Coaches Association of America honored him with the Robert W. Robinson Award - High School Long-Term Service Award sponsored by the american Youth Soccer Organization. The award is presented annually to someone who has exhibited a career of contributions and service to both the NSCAA and the game at their constituent level.
Joyce Lazier will direct the next Canterbury High School Theatre production: The Three Musketeers. The show is scheduled for February 10 and 11 at 7 p.m. in Summers Auditorium. Auditions were held December 12 and the cast list is up. Musketeers will be played by Bo Geyer, Nicholas Kobs, Evan Stoddard and Case Davis. Click through for the complete cast list. One For All, All For One!
Learn more about Kindergarten at Canterbury School
Looking for Kindergarten options for your child? Hear what Junior Kindergarten teacher Kara Alverson has to say about the Kindergarten program at Canterbury. Current Kindergarten students also share what they love. Click here to schedule a visit or to ask for more information.