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Emily Kimbrough Roussel
Director of Alumni Relations
Canterbury High School
3210 Smith Road
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46804
Your Back-to-School Forms are all located in one spot. Just click on this link: www.canterburyschool.org/parents/new. Many forms need to be submitted by August 1, August 11 or August 14.
Fall practice opportunities for many HS teams will begin on the first date allowable by IHSAA by-laws - Monday, August 3. Athletes must plan to be present for 10 practices (one per day) prior to being eligible for a contest in that sport (Exception: Girls Golf requirement is 2 practices).
What are Canterbury School students reading this summer? Each school division has published its own Summer Reading list (just click on the PDF links below).
Someday, Leah Barnes will be able to look back and see just what she accomplished during her senior year. Maybe by then, everyone else will figure out how to quantify it and put it into perspective.
The Canterbury senior finished off her high school tennis career two weeks ago with a three-set loss in the state semifinals. That completed a remarkable 109-4 career record, including 25-1 during her senior season. She finished in the state semifinals or higher three times, and is being named The News-Sentinel Tennis Player of the Year for the fourth time.
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Leah Barnes will represent Canterbury High School for the final time at the girls state tennis tournament Friday and Saturday, June 12-13 at Park Tudor School, 7200 N. College Avenue, Indianapolis. Admission is $5 per person per day. Leah will play the quarter final match on Friday at 2 p.m. With a win she advances to the semi-final on Saturday at 10 a.m. and the state championship at 2 p.m. Good Luck, Leah!
A combined ensemble of students from the band, choir and orchestra programs of Canterbury High School rehearsed throughout the school year for the school’s first-ever international music tour. “Musicians of Canterbury” consisted of 22 students performing three concerts across Ireland during spring break - March 21-29, 2015.
At Canterbury School’s Spring Book Fair, students and visitors will interact 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 14 -16. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily at Canterbury Lower School, 5601 Covington Road.
Canterbury’s Spring Book Fair 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. Gallery Guests, on hand daily, create a lively atmosphere. This year’s guests are