School Calendar

Thu Jan 29

Enrollment Contracts Issued for Returning Students in Grades 1-12

High School Midterm

Orange or Popcorn Chicken, Rice, Mandarins, Fresh Veggies

Grade 8 Sceince Study Session With Mr. Brothers

Location: Mr. Brothers' Science Room
7:30 AM - 7:55 AMRead More

PARENT CONFERENCES EC/LS/MS/HS

3:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Basketball Boys (Freshman) vs. Angola High School(Sport)

Location: Home
6:00 PM

CHICAGO ALUMNI GATHERING

Location: Theory, 9 W. Hubbard
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Fri Jan 30

District Debate Tournament

HS Model UN Conference

Location: Earlham College

Middle School Ski Trip

NO CLASSES

PARENT CONFERENCES EC/LS/MS/HS

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Basketball Girls (Junior Varsity) vs. Muncie Central High Schoo(Sport)

Location: Away
6:00 PM

Basketball Girls (Varsity) vs. Muncie Central High Schoo(Sport)

Location: Away
7:30 PM
Sat Jan 31

District ISSMA vocal/piano competition

Basketball Boys (Freshman) vs. Concordia Lutheran High School(Sport)

Location: Away
6:00 PM

Basketball Boys (Junior Varsity) vs. Concordia Lutheran High School(Sport)

Location: Away
6:00 PM

Basketball Boys (Varsity) vs. Concordia Lutheran High School(Sport)

Location: Away
7:45 PM
Sun Feb 01

Junior Test Prep Course

Location: Canterbury High School
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Mon Feb 02

Ground Hog Day

Location: Will he or won't he see his shadow?

Visit Us

Area students are invited to spend the day at Canterbury High School.

It is an excellent opportunity to discover more about small class sizes, the arts curriculum, athletics, foreign languages, computer technology, science, religion, Global Studies Certificate, AP courses and more. Parents may also schedule a tour and meet with the admissions director.

To schedule your visit, please click here or call 260-407-3553.

In the News

  • MAGGARD SIGNS NLI WITH BELMONT UNIVERSITY

    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.”

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  • LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS THRILLS AUDIENCES

    Mr. Ottenweller, MS director and assistant headmaster, attended the High School musical on Thursday and gave it a great review. "You have got to see the musical! It was fantastic last night. I haven't laughed out loud at a theatrical production like I did last night. Hilarious...a little scary...a little gross...but so much fun. Thanks to the Fine Arts crew for their excellent work."

    Tonight (Oct. 31) is your last chance to see the Audrey II in action. Little Shop of Horrors takes place in the High School Summers Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. (For Middle School and older.) Tickets are $10/adult and $5/student.

    Click the Read More link for the photo show.

    Kirsten helps make the Audrey II (puppet 1) grow for Seymour.
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  • GIRLS SOCCER TRAVELS TO INDY FOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

    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: www.team1sports.com/index.php/videoPlayer/view?broadcast=89208

    SOCCER IN THE NEWS

    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:
    wane.com/2014/10/27

    Journal Gazette Article: Canterbury Girls Carve Own Success
    journalgazette.net/article/20141031

    Lady Cavs State Bound:
    youtube.com/watch?v=eFFkhFj3gtk

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  • LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS ROCKS SUMMERS AUDITORIUM

    "Feed me Seymour!" More demanding than any teenager is the killer plant that is growing on the stage in Summers Auditorium. You won't want to miss this comedy, rock horror musical featuring a hilariously talented cast of Canterbury High School students in "Little Shop of Horrors." Just in time for Halloween, this musical debuts Thursday, October 30, and Friday, October 31, at 7:30 p.m. Costumes welcome. Middle School and High School House points will be awarded for supporting your fellow artists. Tickets will be sold at the door - $10/adult and $5/student. The public is welcome.

  • JUNIOR RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION AS A POET

    Canterbury High School junior Rebecca Alifimoff was a special guest Oct. 3 for a live broadcast in the BBC World News studio in London. Click to watch the BBC news video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8tlzT0dvps

    Rebecca was one of 15 teenagers in the world to receive the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award 2014, from the world’s largest poetry competition. According to the Poetry Society, for this London-based young poets’ competition, a record breaking 13,630 poems were sent in by 7,603 young poets from 78 countries. Among this year’s winners (the 15 top winners and 85 commended poets) are young poets from France, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, India, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Canada and the USA, many of whom traveled to London for the October 2 ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall. The competition is open to all young poets aged 11-17 writing in English.

    Rebecca received book prizes and becomes a Youth Member of the Poetry Society.

    Here is her award winning entry, which will be published in a winners anthology spring 2015:

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