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Even though you have graduated, there are many ways to stay involved with Canterbury. Join us for events on campus including Homecoming, Alumni Tailgate, Fall Family Picnic, Alumnus Festivus, Laughing Cavalier, Trivia Night, Graduation and our many arts and sports events. Local and regional alumni gatherings happen throughout the year. There are also many opportunities to volunteer through the Alumni Association.

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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 eighth 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).

Canterbury to host Chicago's Fifth House Ensemble April 28

The Canterbury School Fine Arts Department will host Chicago's Fifth House Ensemble (5HE) for a full day of residency activities, culminating in a public performance of Luna de Cuernos, a unique multi-media concert. This groundbreaking performance will take place at the Canterbury High School Summers Auditorium, 3210 Smith Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46804 on Thursday, April 28, at 7 p.m. (*pre-performance at 6:30 p.m.) Tickets are on sale now for $20/adults; $10/students. Click to Order Tickets

Seventh grader Olivia Roussel's novel, Vampires of London, received a Gold Key in the Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards competition this spring. Her novel went on to compete at the national level, where it received a Silver Medal. Only 29 novels in the nation received either a Gold or Silver Medal.

The Indiana High School Athletic Association recently announced this year's group of 13 senior student‐athletes to be honored with the 2016 C. Eugene Cato Memorial Scholarship Award. Canterbury's Kate White was among the students. Kate runs cross country and track, plays soccer and swims. She has led the Champions Together effort at Canterbury, benefiting Special Olympics.

The Canterbury Fine Arts Department will host a free concert featuring our High School Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, Concert Band and Orchestra Tuesday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m. in Summers Auditorium. The concert is open to the community. Lower and Middle School students will enjoy a preview of the concert on Tuesday during Chapel and will be encouraged to attend the full concert with their families. Highlights include the Orchestra performing music from the Broadway hit "Wicked." The concert band will close with 'Fantasy' by Earth, Wind and Fire. And the choir will perform "The Battle of Jericho." There will be a combined number with the orchestra for Handel's "The Heavens are Telling."

At Canterbury School's Spring Book Fair, students and visitors get up close and personal with an array of guests from award-winning authors and artists to ballerinas, as they talk about books, writing, and art in an informal setting. Open to the public, the book fair runs Tuesday through Thursday, April 19 -21. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily, at Canterbury Lower School. Canterbury's Spring Book Fair is a marketplace of books and fine art. It features thousands of hand-selected quality books for students and adults, original artwork from favorite local artists, and some of Indiana's premier authors of young adult fiction. Artwork by gallery guest Vicki Junk-Wright, local artist and Canterbury High School art teacher, will be for sale. Additional artwork for sale by Janet Lynch, Jane Berner and Beth Laipple.

This year's theme for the CANstruction build, which benefits Community Harvest Food Bank, is "cartoons." Canterbury's Projects in Engineering class chose the most iconic of cartoon characters for its structure - Snoopy, resting atop his red doghouse with Woodstock perched on his belly. The High School students designed their structure using cans of ravioli, potatoes, beans and tuna. They also used packets of Kool-aid, granola bars, bags of beans and macaroni cheese. The exhibit took about four hours to build and 2,880 cans. You can help Canterbury's team win the Fan Choice award, by voting for Snoopy (with canned food donations). Simply place your donation in the container located by Snoopy (right in front of Macy's at Glenbrook Mall). Voting begins Saturday, April 16, through Sunday, April 24.

Gold Keys from the Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards were sent on to compete nationally. Canterbury students received eight National Awards in Art and Writing and one entry received the American Voice Medal. Art and writing from Gold Medalists will be featured in the National Exhibit at Parsons School of Design at The New School and Pratt Institute's Pratt Manhattan Gallery. The exhibition will be on display June 2-12.

Colleen Tan presented at the American String Teachers Association 2016 National Conference in Tampa, Florida. Mrs. Tan is the chair of the State Leadership Committee and helped present the annual leadership workshop for state chapter presidents. She was selected to present a separate panel session in the general professional development conference portion, "Take a Teaching Selfie," which considers teacher self-assessment via National Board Teaching Certification.

Two Lower School students were recognized in the FAME Fusion of Concert Colors Contest. During music and art class, students created artwork that represents the theme of the FAME festival this year: Indiana. Students listened to pieces by Cole Porter and Hoagie Carmichael as they created the pieces. Ana Bierbaum was the overall winner for fourth graders in northeastern Indiana and Ashley Choi was one of three honorable mentions for third graders.

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