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  • GIRLS SOCCER TRAVELS TO INDY FOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

    Posted October 31, 2014

    The girls soccer team has been making history this month. They made history twice last Saturday when they won both the semi-final and the final game of the Semi-State tournament. Their last appearance at Semi-State was 15 years ago in the semi-final round. And November 1 they make history again as they play Evansville Mater Dei for the State Championship.

    Tickets are $10 (general admission - sold at stadium). There will be a parking charge of $5 when you arrive at the IUPUI Carroll Stadium, 1001 W New York St, Indianapolis, IN 46202, for the game. We play Game 2, which begins at 1 p.m. The Indianapolis marathon is running that day, so you'll want to plan for extra travel time.

    Suggested directions from Fort Wayne to the game: Take 69 South to 465 South to 70 West to S Harding St. Follow Harding St. North to W Washington, make a quick jog right/left onto White River Pkwy North to New York - East to the stadium.

    Can't make the game tomorrow? Watch the Live Stream from IHSAA -at the following link: www.team1sports.com/index.php/videoPlayer/view?broadcast=89208

    SOCCER IN THE NEWS

    Check out these links to videos and articles from this week featuring the Lady Cav's historic journey to State.

    Interviews with Leigh Groninger, Maddie Devlin and Coach Crandal:
    wane.com/2014/10/27

    Journal Gazette Article: Canterbury Girls Carve Own Success
    journalgazette.net/article/20141031

    Lady Cavs State Bound:
    youtube.com/watch?v=eFFkhFj3gtk

  • LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS THRILLS AUDIENCES

    Posted October 31, 2014

    Mr. Ottenweller, MS director and assistant headmaster, attended the High School musical on Thursday and gave it a great review. "You have got to see the musical! It was fantastic last night. I haven't laughed out loud at a theatrical production like I did last night. Hilarious...a little scary...a little gross...but so much fun. Thanks to the Fine Arts crew for their excellent work."

    Tonight (Oct. 31) is your last chance to see the Audrey II in action. Little Shop of Horrors takes place in the High School Summers Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. (For Middle School and older.) Tickets are $10/adult and $5/student.

    Click the Read More link for the photo show.

    Kirsten helps make the Audrey II (puppet 1) grow for Seymour.
  • K-8 FALL VISIT DAY/PARENT TOURS - November 10

    Posted October 29, 2014

    Prospective students in Kindergarten through Grade 8 are invited to spend the day at Canterbury attending class from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. November 10. Parents may attend an open house/tour at 9 a.m. Click to Schedule.

  • CANNED FOOD DRIVE RESULTS

    Posted October 31, 2014

    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Canned Food Drive this year. The overall results are in:

    High School and Fun Run: 5,765 lbs.
    Middle School: 10,863 lbs.
    Lower School: 2,060 lbs.

    Total: 18,688 lbs.

    Reverend Roger Reece sent a quick note of thanks along with the results, "Another year of blessing for Canterbury. I know how busy you all are in your day-to-day operations of education, so it is with a grateful heart that we receive this gift."

    Not only will this food benefit the more than 30,000 families who visit the Associated Churches Food Network over the next few months, the canned food drive activities also help to raise awareness in the community.

    The Journal Gazette, WANE TV and Indiana's News Center all covered the food drive and spoke with our students about the importance of addressing hunger issues and helping others.

    Click to see the Journal Gazette video interview with Sophia Jospeh, HS House service co-chair.

    Click the Read More link to bring up the LS/MS/HS photo show.

    Lower School students used the 2,060 lbs of cans to build towers for the annual Mini CANstruction competition. Students are judged on how well they work together as a team, the beauty of their tower and the height of their tower.
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  • GIRLS SOCCER TRAVELS TO INDY FOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

    The girls soccer team has been making history this month. They made history twice last Saturday when they won both the semi-final and the final game of the Semi-State tournament. Their last appearance at Semi-State was 15 years ago in the semi-final round. And November 1 they make history again as they play Evansville Mater Dei for the State Championship.

    Tickets are $10 (general admission - sold at stadium). There will be a parking charge of $5 when you arrive at the IUPUI Carroll Stadium, 1001 W New York St, Indianapolis, IN 46202, for the game. We play Game 2, which begins at 1 p.m. The Indianapolis marathon is running that day, so you'll want to plan for extra travel time.

    Suggested directions from Fort Wayne to the game: Take 69 South to 465 South to 70 West to S Harding St. Follow Harding St. North to W Washington, make a quick jog right/left onto White River Pkwy North to New York - East to the stadium.

    Can't make the game tomorrow? Watch the Live Stream from IHSAA -at the following link: www.team1sports.com/index.php/videoPlayer/view?broadcast=89208

    SOCCER IN THE NEWS

    Check out these links to videos and articles from this week featuring the Lady Cav's historic journey to State.

    Interviews with Leigh Groninger, Maddie Devlin and Coach Crandal:
    wane.com/2014/10/27

    Journal Gazette Article: Canterbury Girls Carve Own Success
    journalgazette.net/article/20141031

    Lady Cavs State Bound:
    youtube.com/watch?v=eFFkhFj3gtk

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

    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.

    Read More
  • WHERE IN THE WORLD?

    Canterbury alumni are living all over the globe! Whether you live near or far from Fort Wayne, you can stay connected to Canterbury School and fellow alumni. Events for alumni take place in Fort Wayne and around the country, and we want to be sure you know when an event is coming to a city near you.

    Please send your current location - even if it's not the place where you want us to send your postal mail - to alumni@canterburyschool.org. Help us keep you in the loop by providing your current email, phone and address. Join the alumni group Canterbury School of Fort Wayne, IN Alumni on Facebook and Canterbury School Alumni on LinkedIn. Keep in touch!