LS - FINDING THE SILVER LINING

To make the ordering of photos from the Lower School Musical more efficient, we have them available in an online account through Walgreens for Canterbury School. This account will allow you to select and print the photos of your choice from Finding the Silver Lining for 12 to 19 cents per 4x6 photo.

You may order the photos to be delivered to your home or to your preferred Walgreens location. Not only may you order prints, but they have photo CDs, photo books, photo coffee mugs and more.

1. Click HERE  for photo orders. 

2. The Walgreens site will ask you to register to view the photos (if you are new) or it will ask you to login (if you are a Walgreens member already).

3. Once you are in the photo section, click on the Friends tab. Canterbury School will be a choice. Click on the HS Finding the Silver Lining choice.

4. To order photos, click on the photos to select them. Click on the Print tab and follow the order instructions from there.

MS - THE LITTLE MERMAID JR. PHOTO ORDERS

To make the ordering of photos from the High School Musical more efficient, we have them available in an online account through Walgreens for Canterbury School. This new account will allow you to select and print the photos of your choice from The Secret Garden for 12 to 19 cents per 4x6 photo.

You may order the photos to be delivered to your home or to your preferred Walgreens location. Not only may you order prints, but they have photo CDs, photo books, photo coffee mugs and more.

1. C lick HERE for photo orders.

2. The Walgreens site will ask you to register to view the photos (if you are new) or it will ask you to login (if you are a Walgreens member already).

3. Once you are in the photo section, click on the Friends tab. Canterbury School will be a choice. Click on the HS Musical The Secret Garden choice.

4. To order photos, click on the photos to select them. Click on the Print tab and follow the order instructions from there.

 

 

 

HS - SECRET GARDEN PHOTO ORDERS

THE SECRET GARDEN PHOTO ORDER INSTRUCTIONS

To make the ordering of photos from the High School Musical more efficient, we have them available in an online account through Walgreens for Canterbury School. This new account will allow you to select and print the photos of your choice from The Secret Garden for 12 to 19 cents per 4x6 photo.

You may order the photos to be delivered to your home or to your preferred Walgreens location. Not only may you order prints, but they have photo CDs, photo books, photo coffee mugs and more.

1. Click HERE for photo orders.  

2. The Walgreens site will ask you to register to view the photos (if you are new) or it will ask you to login (if you are a Walgreens member already).

3. Once you are in the photo section, click on the Friends tab. Canterbury School will be a choice. Click on the HS Musical The Secret Garden choice.

4. To order photos, click on the photos to select them. Click on the Print tab and follow the order instructions from there. 

Awards & News

  • MRS. TAN GIVES VIOLIN RECITAL MAY 18

    Canterbury arts faculty are very active in the community. Colleen Tan, Canterbury orchestra and strings teacher, is presenting a violin recital, which includes music by Bach, Mozart and Ravel. Featured guest artists are cellist Renee Goubeaux (Toledo Symphony), harpsichordist Wayne Peterson (Trinity Episcopal), and violist Timothy Tan. No admission will be charged for the program; an offering will be collected for the Interfaith Hospitality Network. Children are welcome to attend. This recital will be presented at Trinity Episcopal Church, 611 West Berry, Sunday, May 18, at 2:30 p.m.

  • STUDENT WORK FEATURED IN ART GALLERY MAY 9

    Senior Austin White's art work will be exhibited in the WUNDERKAMMER Gallery Upstarts show opening Friday, May 9. The gallery is located at 3402 Fairfield Ave. The gallery director selected his favorites from the Scholastic Art contest for this special exhibit which runs through June 8. Read more about Austin White and his plans to study art in the fall in the High School section of the newsletter.

  • AUSTIN WHITE TO STUDY AT ART INSTITUTE

    Each school year we have several students who take the extra steps required to be accepted into art school. This means they must prepare extensive portfolios and audition pieces to show their passion, technique, dedication and talent for their area of study. During their years here at Canterbury we have seen these students' artistic talent grow and develop under the direction of our arts faculty and community mentors.

    Austin White joins Devika Reddy and Cecelia Snow (both profiled last week) in going through this rigorous process to study art in college.

    Austin was accepted to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he has received a Creative Honors Scholarship. He has earned more than 15 Scholastic Art Awards, including two American Vision nominations and one National Key.

    Austin recently was named as a 2014 National YoungArts Foundation Merit Award winner. This year there were 687 winners chosen from 10,000 applications from across the nation. These winners have the opportunity to attend YoungArts programs which include master classes with internationally renowned artists, workshops, interdisciplinary activities, performances and exhibitions.

    He also has received both a Canterbury faculty prize commendation and a fine arts department commendation. His activities, other than art, include co-captaining the the High School swim team, coaching and doing gymnastics, as well as participating in Canterbury's dramatic arts.

  • RSVP FOR SPRING LUNCHEON

    Please join us for Canterbury School’s
    VISUAL ART EXHIBIT AND SPRING LUNCHEON
    Wednesday, May 28
    Middle School Gymnasium

    11 a.m. - Art - Music - Friends
    Lunch served at Noon


    $15 per person
    Your check payable to Canterbury School,
    by May 23, is your reservation.

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  • MS CREATIVE ARTS CAMP AND DRAMA CAMP

    CLICK TO REGISTER FOR CAMP

    Spend two or four weeks being creative this summer! Middle School Creative Arts Camp was so popular last summer that Mr. Rice and Ms. Pulse have brought it back again. Additionally, they have added a second option for the summer - Middle School Drama Camp.

    Each camp is a TWO-WEEK session, designed for students in grades 6-8 for the 2014-2015 school year. Both camps will take place at the Middle School. MS Creative Arts Camp is June 16-27 (M-F) from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m. MS Drama Camp is June 30-July 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuition for each camp is $500 (includes 2 weeks of camp and all supplies). Students from other schools are welcome to attend these camps.

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Coming Up

Thu Sep 11

HS Speech Team Kick Off - Pizza Party

3:45 PM - 6:00 PM