News

  • CANNED FOOD DRIVE BEGINS OCT. 20

    Posted October 17, 2014

    Students in the Middle School film class, along with their teacher, Adam King, were busy capturing the spirit of "Do Something" as they created this video featuring Lower and Middle School. Students debuted the video at Chapel this week to kick off the annual Canned Food Drive. This school-wide project benefits the Associated Churches Food Network, which serves more than 30,000 in the community each month. The food drive takes place October 20-24. Click this link to watch the video: http://vimeo.com/108349764

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  • 81 students recognized by the College Board with 84 AP Awards; 3 named National AP Scholars

    Posted October 17, 2014

    The Advanced Placement (AP) exam is required for all high school students enrolled in AP courses. Last May, 154 Canterbury High School students wrote 319 AP exams. Out of a possible score of 5, 92 percent earned 3 or higher and 67 percent earned scores of 4 or 5. Additionally, 81 students who sat for the Advanced Placement exams last spring have been designated AP Scholars by The College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Program Exams. Canterbury students averaged a 3.9 average on all exams, while the Indiana average was 2.65 and the National average was 2.87.

    The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on student performance on AP exams.

    National AP Scholars

    Three Canterbury students were recognized as National AP Scholars by earning an average grade of 4 or higher on a 5-point scale on eight or more AP Exams. These students are Peter Dun ’16, Walter Li ’15, and Georgia Lea Williams '14.

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  • IN THE NEWS

    Posted October 17, 2014

    Canterbury's College Crash Course
    Providing a college preparatory education is key to Canterbury's mission. The Journal Gazette spent two hours at the school during the last Test Prep Day to observe just a sample of what "college prep" means. Click to read the whole article: www.journalgazette.net/article/20141012/LOCAL04/310119921

    Character Building
    Third graders spent time with seniors at Wellspring Interfaith Social Services this week. Playing Shut the Box is a popular activity bringing the two generations together. Click for Journal Gazette photos: www.journalgazette.net/article/2014141019676

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    Soccer Goals
    The boys soccer team had a big night last night with "10" goals against DeKalb who scored 3 in the Regional Semi-Final. The Cavs continue on with a goal of winning Regional Saturday, October 18, at 2 p.m. at Carroll HS. They play rival Homestead for the championship.

    Click for JG interview with Ryley DeJong, who scored 3 goals: www.journalgazette.net/article/20141016/BLOGS06/141019576

    Click for WANE-TV coverage of last night's win: wane.com/2014/10/16/bsoc-canterbury-homestead-advance-to-2a-regional-title-game/

    Girls Win Sectional
    The girls soccer team broght home a Sectional win last weekend, the first one since 1999. That same year they went on to play in the State Semi-Final. They play Eastbrook in Marion at Eastbrook at 7 p.m. Oct. 18.

    Cross Country advances to Regional
    The girls cross country team advanced out of Sectionals and races at Regionals Oct. 18. They race at Indiana Wesleyan in Marion at 10 a.m.

    Filus advances to Regional
    Senior Tom Filus is ready to play his next opponent in the Regional for individual #1 singles at Kokomo Oct. 18. In the semi-final Tom will play Terre Haute South's Nathan Bogle.