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  • MEET THE NEW 5TH GRADE CHALLENGE SCHOLARS

    Posted April 24, 2015

    Canterbury School is pleased to announce the results of the 5th Grade Scholar Challenge! Fifth graders from northeast Indiana schools vied for the merit scholarships in the seventh annual competition. Merit scholarships were awarded based on standardized testing, essays, interviews, transcripts and faculty recommendations. Recipients were awarded $6,000 merit scholarships ($2,000 for each of the three remaining years they attend Canterbury Middle School).

    Congratulations to Jessica Zhou, Maile Smits, Zoraiya Limzerwala and Vonnia Anwar, Canterbury Middle School; Gavin Bowe, Harris Elementary School; Luke Schlabach, Canterbury Middle School; Holden Robbins, Weisser Park Elementary School; Avery Biggs, Canterbury Middle School; and Roman Van Meter Croninger Elementary School.

    Registration is already open for the 2016 competition. Future fifth graders may register at www.canterburyschool.org/challenge.

  • KENT SELECTED FOR SHAKESPEARE SCHOOL CAMP

    Posted April 24, 2015

    Lindsay Kent, Grade 9, has been accepted to the selective two week acting camp at Shakespeare School in Stratford, Ontario. Her participation will allow her to interact and learn from a variety of students and professionals from around the world.

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL WRITERS' CONFERENCE RESULTS

    Posted April 24, 2015

    Fifth and sixth graders participate in the Middle School Writers' Conference through their English classes. They write a variety of poems and present them in booklet form. Students may also submit an independent entry in the form of any writing genre, for example - essay, short story, mystery or more poetry. The entries are coded so each writer is anonymous and are judged by the High School AP English students. Those earning the highest scores based on a detailed rubric, which students received before beginning their writing, were declared winners for their grade levels.

    The 2015 winners are:

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  • REGISTER FOR GRADES 1-4 ART CAMPS

    Posted April 24, 2015

    CLICK TO REGISTER FOR ART CAMPS

    This summer young artists have the opportunity to experience camps for music, visual art and drama during Canterbury Summer Programs.

    Each art program is designed for campers who will be in grades 1-4 for the 2015-2016 school year. Tuition is $90 per session.

    Sweetwater Music

    Session 1: June 15-19 (M-F), 1:30-3:30 p.m.
    Session 2: June 22-26 (M-F), 1:30-3:30 p.m.

    Campers will learn music concepts in a fun and engaging environment through a variety of methods. Musical activities will include singing, using “boom wackers,” and learning keyboard instruments in small groups. Children will work individually to gain the skills necessary to play beginning level piano music specifically designed for their age group. In addition, campers will be exposed to percussion instruments from other cultures and countries. Everyone will be given the opportunity to learn the proper drumming techniques and develop critical listening skills as they begin to make music with one another in cooperative drum circles. Participants will create a demonstration piece that will be performed on the last day of camp for parents.​

    Visual Arts with Troy Ganser

    Session 1: June 15-19 (M-F), 1:30-3:30 p.m.

    "SmART Class" - Join "Mr. G.," the director of TAG Art, as we explore the fundamentals of 2D composition through various exercises. Experiences will include drawing, cartooning and caricatures and much more. Subject matter will be driven by student interest and the creative process.

    DramaRama

    Session 2: June 22-26 (M-F), 1:30-3:30 p.m.

    Curtain call for campers with imagination! This week of play, pantomime and improvisation will be a lot of fun. Actors and actresses will create their own characters, write and act out original stories, and invent commercials. Jeanne Imler, youth theater and Canterbury drama teacher, invites parents to attend the special command performance at the end of the week. (Just 15 spaces left.)

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Calendar Reminders

Sat Apr 25

Tennis Girls (Junior Varsity) vs. Dwenger Inv(Sport)

9:00 AM
Location: Home

Track Girls (Varsity) vs. Churubusco Inv(Sport)

9:00 AM
Location: Away

Golf Boys (Varsity) vs. Concordia Inv @ Foster Park(Sport)

9:00 AM
Location: Home

Tennis 5/6 vs. Angola Middle School

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: HOME

Tennis 7/8 vs. Angola Middle School

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: HOME

Tennis Girls (Varsity) vs. Park Tudor Inv -CANCELLED (Sport)

9:00 AM
Location: HOME

Track Boys (Varsity) vs. Tingley Inv at Howe School (Sport)

10:00 AM
Location: Away

Softball Girls (Varsity) vs. Wabash Inv(Sport)

11:00 AM
Location: Away

Golf Boys (Junior Varsity) vs. Carmel JV Invitational (Sport)

1:00 PM
Location: Home

Baseball Boys (Varsity) vs. Leo High School(Sport)

2:30 PM
Location: Home

Baseball Boys (Varsity) vs. Leo High School(Sport)

5:30 PM
Location: Home
Mon Apr 27

Grade 5 We The People

Location: Allen County Court House