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Canterbury High School
3210 Smith Road
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46804

Canterbury News


    Posted November 19, 2014

    Beautiful poinsettia plants are available through the Parent Association. Fill your home or business with the color of the season. All proceeds go directly to Canterbury School for the benefit of our children. It’s a “win-win.” Please return the order form, with a check payable to Canterbury School, memo “Poinsettia Sale” to any school office by November 25. Poinsettias will be available for pick up on Wednesday, December 3, in the Middle School Ash Commons, from 1 to 5 p.m. Orders will also be available in the EDC room when you pick up your child December 3. Free delivery is available for orders of $150+ or 6+ plants.

    Sizes: 6 ½” pot $20 (5-7 blooms), 8” pot $40 (8-12 blooms) and 10” pot $60 (22-28 blooms).

    Colors: Red, White and Jingle Bell.
    (Jingle Bell is not available in 10 inch pot.)


    Posted November 20, 2014

    Canterbury High School senior Darby Maggard signed a national letter of intent Wednesday, November 19. Darby will attend Belmont University in the fall and will play NCAA Division 1 women’s basketball as part of the Ohio Valley Conference.

    Darby is a four-year starter for the Canterbury High School varsity girls basketball team. “Darby Maggard is without a doubt one of the top point guards in the state of Indiana,” said Canterbury Coach Wayne Kreiger. “Her relentless drive and work ethic are her trademarks and have put her in a position to be successful at Canterbury School and at the collegiate level, as well.”

  • Two selected to All Region Band

    Posted November 19, 2014

    Canterbury High School freshmen Catie Galbraith and Lauren Wayman were selected to be a part of the Indiana Bandmasters Association All Region Band, which takes place November 23 at DeKalb High School. Both play the clarinet. This is an ensemble comprised of more than 100 young musicians from across the region.

  • Join us for MS Off Season Athletics Training - Thursdays

    Posted November 20, 2014

    Are you a Fall or Spring Middle School athlete? Train with us for the off season on Thursdays: December 4, 11 and 18, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Mrs. Mauch's classroom. Activities will include cardio, stretching and strength training Contact Erin Mauch at with questions or to let her know you're interested.

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Score Board

Sat Nov 22
Basketball Girls (Varsity)78Win
Snider Kilmer Classic65
Basketball Girls (Varsity)75Win
Snider Kilmer Classic46

Alumni News


    The Lady Cavs worked hard this season, and all that work led them to achieve their final goal: a state championship. The two teams were well-matched with a scoreless first half. Sydney Colby scored the only goal of the game half way through the second half. Alexa Habig, goalkeeper, made seven saves. The Lady Cavs worked well together on the offense and defense. Final score: Canterbury 1, Evansville Mater Dei 0.

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    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:


    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:

    Journal Gazette Article: Canterbury Girls Carve Own Success

    Lady Cavs State Bound:

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  • 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.

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