• SEPT. 20 CANTERBURY INVITATIONAL SCHEDULES

    Posted September 20, 2014

    Click to see the full sports schedule for Soccer, Tennis and Volleyball for today's tournaments at Canterbury. Admission is $5 for everyone attending the sports events with access to all games/all day. First rounds for each sport begin at 9 a.m. (Tennis introductions are at 8:45 a.m.)

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    Click here to register online for the Family Fun Run/Walk "Tin Can 5K"

    Posted September 3, 2014

    On your mark, get set, go! The Canterbury Family Fun Run/Walk is an annual fundraiser to support the Associated Churches Food Network. This race offers great fun, fitness, prizes and the opportunity to serve the hunger needs of our community. Whether you love to run or walking is more your speed, bring the whole family on October 11. The course begins at the Canterbury High School soccer fields and uses part of the Aboite New Trails system.

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  • Canterbury Spirit - First Grader

    THIS WEEK'S PHOTO GALLERY - LS VISITS HS

    Posted September 12, 2014

    This week's photo gallery features Lower School students as they enjoyed their trip to the High School for the K-12 Convocation (watch for more on the convocation in next Friday's news). On arrival, the students entered the front doors of the school and were greeted by Mr. Hancock. At dismissal, they traversed the halls of the High School from the auditorium, past the student commons to the cafeteria down to the athletics foyer. As the Lower Schoolers explored the surroundings of the school building they will one day call home, the familiar scent of cookies was in the air. They passed by "tall" high school students, artwork on the walls, students studying at couches and tables, bulletin boards full of photos and information, the giant school photo montage, names on plaques and many shiny trophies. And they gave a lot of smiles, waves, thumbs-up and peace signs to the camera as they made their way from the building to busses waiting to take them back to the Lower School. Click the Read More button to see the photos.

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  • 2014-2015 EAGLE MARSH SCHEDULE

    Posted September 12, 2014

    One special educational partnership brings together all four Middle School grade levels. The Educational Partnership with Eagle Marsh-Little River Wetlands Project provides a dynamic collaboration in the restoration of local wetlands. The project incorporates hands-on scientific activity related to Canterbury’s science curriculum for each grade level, as students pursue answers and solutions to problems related to the wetlands.

    This year the entire grade level will venture into the marsh and Middle School teachers from all areas of study will incorporate lessons from the Wetlands into their disciplines. The dates for each field study are:

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  • Venue for the Pop Up Art Show

    POP UP ART SHOW PROVIDES REAL LIFE LESSONS

    Posted September 12, 2014

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

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