AWARDS AND HONORS

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL 1ST QUARTER DISTINCTION

    Students in grades 5-8 receiving no effort mark below 4 are granted distinction. Effort grades are given for each course with a rating of 5 being the highest. Following are the 1st quarter Distinction Lists:

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL 1ST QUARTER HONORS

    Students in grades 6-8 receiving no grade below B- are granted honors. Following is the first quarter Honors List:

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  • FINCHER SIGNS WITH XAVIER AND IS PLAYER OF THE WEEK

    Canterbury’s Kindell Fincher has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her basketball career with the Musketeers of Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH. At 5’11” she has been a key component of the basketball team during her tenure at Canterbury. She averaged 18.5 points on 47 percent field goal accuracy and almost 11 rebounds per game last year as the Lady Cavs won back-to-back state championships in 2012 and 2013.

    Kindell also received the IBCA/Subway Player of the Week for November 11-16. According to an IBCA news release, "The 5-10 Fincher poured in 41 points and grabbed 10 rebounds with three assists and seven steals in a season-opening 83-61 victory for Canterbury. The Xavier University recruit made 12-of-19 field goals, including 3-of-6 3-pointer. She also sank 14-of-16 free throws en route to her big performance."

    
    
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  • WATTS RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITION

    SENIOR TO PLAY IN HIGH SCHOOL ALL AMERICAN SOCCER GAME

    Canterbury senior Britt Watts is one of 42 of the nation’s elite boys high school soccer players from fall playing states taking part in the Third Annual Choice Hotels International High School All-American Game on December 14, 2013, in the Philadelphia, PA. area.

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  • ACADEMIC ALL-STATE VOLLEYBALL

    The Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports named Angela Collins and Georgia Lea Williams to Academic All-State for Volleyball and Julia Weigand, Kelsey McDonald and Roxanne Waggoner as Academic All-State Honorable Mention.

  • ACADEMIC ALL-STATE TENNIS

    The Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association named Chris Yahanda as 2013 Academic All-State 1st Team and Clay Hoffacker and Davis Huber as Academic All-State Honorable Mention.

  • 13 RECEIVE SOCCER ALL-ACADEMIC

    The Indiana Soccer Coaches Association named 13 soccer players to the All-Academic team. To be considered, players must be a junior or senior on varsity and maintain a 3.7 or better accumulative GPA. Canterbury recipients are Robby DelBello, Jacob Fritz, Tripp Kauffman, Kelson Reiss, Ross Warshauer, Natalie Disher, Rachel Hoagburg, Cami VanHorn, Nicole Keesling, Emma Hyndman, Maddie Devlin, Leigh Groninger and Casey Bowen.

    Additional ISCA awards include the following:

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  • SPEECH TEAM PLACES 4TH AT SOUTH SIDE; 6TH AT CONCORD

    The High School Speech Team placed 4th at the South Side Meet and 6th at the recent Concord High School meet. The following students placed in their Novice and Varsity events:

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  • BRINNEMAN SERVES MDA AS STATE GOODWILL AMBASSADOR

    Sophomore Sam Brinneman has been selected as the 2013 Indiana State Goodwill Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Sam knows first hand about the MDA and its efforts to help others - he has mitochondrial myopathy, a neuromuscular disease. Having served as the local Goodwill Ambassador a few years ago, Sam was asked to be considered for the role as the state ambassador.

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  • INDIANA HUMANITIES COUNCIL PUBLISHES MS STUDENT'S SPEECH

    Grace Bechdol, Grade 7, reached out to the Indiana Humanities Council as she was doing research for her original oratory speech, "How My Passions Can Impact the World." The council was more than happy to help her with background materials and asked her to share a final version of the speech. They were so impressed, it was included in their online blog. You may read it at the following link: Click here to read the speech.

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  • 71 RECOGNIZED BY COLLEGE BOARD WITH 74 AP AWARDS

    The Advanced Placement exam is required for all students enrolled in AP courses at Canterbury School. Last May, 147 Canterbury High School students wrote 310 AP exams. Out of a possible score of 5, 93 percent earned 3 or higher and 71 percent earned scores of 4 or 5. Additionally, 71 of the 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 (AP) Program Exams. Nationally, only about 18 percent of the more than 1.8 million high school students worldwide who took AP Exams performed at a sufficiently high level to merit the recognition of AP Scholar.

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  • NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM ANNOUNCES SEMI-FINALISTS

    Officials for the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced three Canterbury seniors are Semi-Finalists for the 59th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. These students were selected from a pool of 1.5 million to compete for some 8,300 Merit Scholarship Awards worth more than $32 million. Finalists will be announced in the spring.

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  • COLLIS NAMED SCHOLAR BY NHRP

    Senior Reid Collis was named a Scholar in the National Hispanic Recognition Program. The NHRP honors about 5,000 of the highest-scoring students from more than 250,000 Hispanic/Latino students who took the PSAT/NMSQT their junior year.

  • RICHERT BRINGS HOME STATE HORTICULTURE PRIZE

    Sophomore Sabrina Richert, Canterbury FFA, took top honors out of the 72 contestants from across Indiana this past September at the State Horticulture Contest held at Purdue. It was her second state title. The Horticulture Contest is a Career Development Experience hosted at Purdue and is open to any 4H or FFA member interested in horticulture science. The contest has three parts, a written exam, eight classes of specimens to judge and 100 specimens to identify. The specimens are divided into the four categories of Flowers and Indoor Plants, Fruits and Nuts, Ornamentals, and Vegetables and can be anything from a whole plant, a single leaf, a bare twig, the fruit, flower or nut of the plant.

  • ZOE PARKER NAMED MISS INDIANA TEEN USA

    Canterbury sophomore Zoe Parker had a very busy Halloween weekend. Not only was she part of the cast of the HS musical The Secret Garden, she also spent three days competing with 62 girls for the title of Miss Indiana Teen USA at the pageant held in Indianapolis. She will represent the state of Indiana at the Miss Teen USA pageant next summer and will have an exciting year, representing Indiana, at many state and national events.

    Miss Indiana Teen USA - Zoe Parker
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  • THREE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS ACCEPTED TO REGIONAL ORCHESTRA

    Middle School artists Evan Cole (viola), Lilly Peters (viola) and Sophia Slates (violin) were nominated and accepted for the Northern Regional Orchestra.

  • CASE ACCEPTED TO ALL-STATE HONOR CHOIR

    Vannessa Case and Nan Cao, Canterbury High School juniors, auditioned for the Indiana All State Honor Choir. Case was selected as a member of the 250-voice state choir and Cao as an alternate. The choir will perform under the direction of Pearl Shangkuan of Michigan's Calvin College at the state music professional development conference in at the Grand Wayne Center, January 24-25, 2014.
  • TWO SELECTED TO ALL AREA BANDS

    Freshman Jonathan Zhou will perform with the All District Honor Band November 17 and Catie Galbraith, Grade 8, will perform in the All Region Honor Band November 24. Both ensembles are comprised of students selected from bands across Northeast Indiana. Both students play clarinet.

  • DELBELLO RECOGNIZED AS NATIONAL SOCCER PLAYER OF THE WEEK

    Senior goalkeeper Robby DelBello has been selected as the Player of the Week (Oct. 16) by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for his two game shootout blocking five for five penalty shots in a week of post season play.

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  • NEWS SENTINEL TENNIS TEAM AWARDS ANNOUNCED

    Davis Huber was named the News-Sentinel Prep Sports Boys Tennis Player of the Year. Davis, Clay Hoffacker and Tom Filus were named All-Area Tennis Team - Singles and Chris Yahanda and Chad Schouweiler were named All-Area Tennis Team - Doubles.

  • TWO CANTERBURY GOLFERS MAKE ACADEMIC ALL-STATE TEAM

    Jessica Harrison and Jaclyn Sider have been selected to the 2013 Girls Academic All-State team for golf. They were chosen for their academic prowess by the IHSGCA from more than 60 applications as two of the top 15 seniors in the state of Indiana. They were recognized recently at the 2013 Girls All State Awards Banquet.

  • KREIGER SELECTED TO IHSAA STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

    Eighteen high school student-athletes from across Indiana began this school year as members of the 2013-2014 IHSAA Student Advisory Committee (SAC). Canterbury junior Christian Kreiger is the only representative from the Fort Wayne area. The SAC is responsible for hosting meetings with student peers at the Fall Area Principals Meetings; assisting with the awards ceremonies at IHSAA state championship events throughout the school year, planning and administering the annual IHSAA Student Leadership Conference in June and; to engage in and support the activities of Special Olympics Indiana.