Contact Us

Ken Harkenrider
High School Athletics Director
260-432-2226

Connie Oberlin
Middle School Athletics Director
260-436-0746 


High School Sports Information
260-432-2226

Sports Offered

Baseball (boys)
Varsity, Junior Varsity

Basketball
(boys/girls)
Varsity, Junior Varsity
Freshmen, Middle School

Cheerleading
(girls)
High School, Middle School

Cross Country
(boys/girls)
Varsity, Middle School

Golf
(boys/girls)
Varsity, Junior Varsity
Middle School

Soccer
(boys/girls)
Varsity, Junior Varsity
Middle School

Softball
(girls)
Varsity

Swimming
(boys/girls)
Varsity

Tennis
(boys/girls)
Varsity, Junior Varsity
Middle School

Track
(boys/girls)
Varsity, Middle School

Volleyball
(girls)
Varsity, Junior Varsity
Middle School


Athletics

Welcome to the online home of athletics at Canterbury School! As extensions of the classroom, the athletics fields and courts at Canterbury create unique learning environments and development zones for student athletes. With emphasis on maximizing individual effort as part of a team, students are challenged to grow at their own pace, embrace common goals and strive for competitive success.

Recent Scores

From Thursday, October 16 thru Tuesday, October 21

Sat Oct 18
Soccer Girls (Varsity)7Win
Eastbrook - Regional Champions!!!!!!!0More
Soccer Boys (Varsity)0Loss
Homestead High School - Regional Final1
Thu Oct 16
Soccer Boys (Varsity)10Win
Dekalb High School3

Upcoming HS Games

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Sports Information

Visit the High School Sports  and Middle School Sports links to find information and schedules by team, see upcoming games, check scores (HS), read the latest sports news and check the photo gallery.

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All-inclusive interscholastic sports program

Athletics are an integral part of the educational program at Canterbury School, and athletic experiences are considered an extension of the educational environment. The interscholastic sports program encourages individual participation and achievement by giving every student an opportunity to learn and play sports competitively.

This policy of inclusion is at the core of Canterbury athletics. This differs from many schools and confirms Canterbury’s belief that involvement in athletics is a valuable experience, one that should be accessible to all students.

The formation of varsity, reserve and “c” teams and the use of squads where necessary will accommodate students of varying skill levels while attempting to create a positive experience for each student.

The interscholastic sports program at Canterbury is a spiraling program including students in grades 5-12. The school recognizes participation, skill development and competitiveness as valuable elements of the program.

In grades 9-12, the competitive aspects of athletics are emphasized. The benefits to students include learning to implement advanced skills and tactics within team roles, the appreciation of success in team goals and the satisfaction that comes from working hard toward shared endeavors.

Middle School athletics focuses on the benefits of participation for grades 5-6, which include social growth, team concepts, exposure to the athletic environment and enjoyment. For grades 7-8 the emphasis is placed upon the development of athletic skill - including individual skills, team strategies and roles within a team.