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

  • Venue for the Pop Up Art Show Audience wrote adjectives for the event and stuck them to the window. The Art Show took place in this space and the building next door.

    POP UP ART SHOW PROVIDES REAL LIFE LESSONS

    "This Event was: ARTSY" read one of the stickers on the window outside the Canton Laundry, located on Broadway in downtown Fort Wayne. Yes, it was artsy. And hip. And entertaining. And inspiring.

    Canterbury artists - students and faculty - were featured all weekend during a "Pop Up Art Show." The space at the Canton Laundry - 19th century industrial building was the perfect place to house both an art gallery and performances. Special thanks to ARCH, Inc. for providing such a unique space to showcase a lot of talent. The venue was a wonderful opportunity for students who are working on their own groups or solo acts to develop a set for the Pop Up Show. The crowd inside the Canton Laundry was steady and continually changed as different artists performed. People from the community wandered in as they explored downtown during the West Central Home Tour.

    "For some of these musicians it was the first time they were performing non-school related music in front of an audiece, in a very intimate setting. The audience was just a couple feet away," said Janet Galbraith, MS/HS band teacher and Pop Up Show organizer. "Preparing for something like this takes a lot of self-driven practice on the students' own time. It stretches their creativity and talents, helping the students grow as artists." Mrs. Galbraith also likes the Pop Up Show format because it takes the students out of their comfort zone. "Taking a risk like this builds confidence and self esteem."

    Colleen Tan, LS/MS/HS strings/orchestra teacher agrees. "Students were able to observe faculty art and listen to faculty performances as a reference point for their own work," she said. "At the same time, they were surrounded by art from their peers and mentally were preparing themselves for their own expressive performances for the day."

    In addition to the music and art, drama students participated in an improvisation experience in front of a non-peer audience. Improv games included Dubbing, Freeze Tag and the Expert Game. In this type of format students learn innovation, collaboration, listening and living in the moment.

    "I was tickled to see so many students taking creative risks. It was great to see other students and adults watch them take these risks. If we do something like this again, I think we will have even greater participation because the students who performed over the weekend may have inspired others to perform," said Ranae Butler, Fine Arts Department chair and MS/HS drama teacher.

    Click on the video screen below to see the playlist of performers. The whole playlist is 6 minutes.

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    Click the Read More Link below to view the Photo Gallery which includes artwork.

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  • STUDENTS/FACULTY FEATURED IN POP UP ART SHOW SEPT. 6-7

    Canterbury Fine Arts students and faculty will be featured at a Pop Up Art Show at the Canton Laundry, September 6 and 7, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. as part of the “Also Open” activities surrounding the West Central Home Tour. The Canton Laundry is located at 1014 and 1016 Broadway (between Washington and Jefferson Blvd., Fort Wayne) in two 19th century industrial buildings, the perfect backdrop for art galleries and live performances.

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  • ART SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

    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. Over the next few newsletters we will announce which seniors have been accepted to art school and where they will attend in the fall.

  • CECELIA SNOW ACCEPTED TO WESTMINSTER

    Cecelia Snow has been accepted into the Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, New Jersey. Westminster is a four-year music college and graduate school that prepares men and women for careers as performers and as music leaders in schools, universities, churches and professional and community organizations. Cecelia received a Provost scholarship. She plans to study music education with a concentration in voice. Cecelia has participated in all of the Canterbury musicals. She is a member of the Canterbury Concert Choir and Chamber Choir, Fort Wayne Children's Choir and has appeared as a guest singer with the Heartland Chamber Chorale. She has earned numerous vocal competition awards and has been named to All-State and National Choirs.

  • DEVIKA REDDY ACCEPTED TO DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM

    Devika Reddy has been accepted into the dual degree program in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance and the College of Literature, Sciences & Arts at the University of Michigan. She has been active in Canterbury theatre productions since second grade and is a member of the Canterbury Concert Choir and Chamber Choir. She has been a member of the Fort Wayne Children's Choir for eight years and has completed summer programs at Interlochen Arts Academy and the Oxbridge program. Devika is an accomplished vocalist and pianist with numerous awards in district and state competitions. She is an honor student and the LS/MS editor for the "Untitled" newspaper, and she played varsity softball for four years.

Coming Up

Wed Oct 01

MS Speech Team Parent Call Out Meeting

4:30 PM - 5:15 PM
Location: MS Library
Tue Oct 14

High School Fall Concert

7:30 PM
Location: FREE - Everyone Invited to HS Summers Auditorium