• CLICK TO RSVP - ATHLETICS AWARDS

    Posted May 4, 2015

    Please plan to join us for the 2nd annual “An Evening to Celebrate Canterbury Athletics” Thursday, May 14, in the HS Summers Auditorium. Last year more than 300 attended our inaugural event and it was an amazing way to celebrate the personal and team accomplishments of our athletes on the field and as champions in our community. The evening begins at 7 p.m. for social time, refreshments and a video photo show. The Program and Awards will begin at 7:30 p.m. This event is for all of our High School athletes and their immediate families (all HS grades/all playing levels - freshmen, C-Team, reserve, junior varsity, varsity, etc.).

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    READY TO PLAY GOLF? - CAV OPEN 2015

    Posted April 10, 2015

    Click to golf or to be a sponsor.

    The weather was perfect for golf today. That should be all the incentive you need to put your foursome together for the Cav Open 2015. Here is one more incentive: all the proceeds benefit athletics at Canterbury School. Monday, May 18, is the date for our 19th annual golf outing. The event is held at Chestnut Hills Golf Club with 11:30 a.m. registration and a 12:30 p.m. shot gun start. Singles will be paired up. Plan to join many Canterbury coaches for this afternoon of fun! Sponsorships are actively being sought for the event. We are accepting sponsors for coaches who would like to play in the event, prizes, food, and holes. Levels of support vary from $3,000 to $150. Celebrate your favorite Canterbury High School senior at the SENIOR CAV
    High School seniors and their parents are invited to join us for the third annual Senior Cav. Also held Monday, May 18, at Chestnut Hills, this 9 hole scramble is designed for a morning of entertainment with your senior. Breakfast and registration begin at 9 a.m. with a shot gun start at 9:30 a.m. Proceeds from these events benefit the athletic department, making an impact in all four divisions. Contact Melinda Perry 436-8786 or mperry@canterburyschool.org for more information. We hope you plan to be involved!

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  • Team visits Lower/Middle School Chapel.

    HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH TEAM #1

    Posted April 17, 2015
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  • LOWER SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY NEWS

    Posted April 17, 2015
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  • LOWER SCHOOL STUDENTS RECEIVE WRITING AWARDS

    Posted April 17, 2015

    Over and over we hear from alumni that the heavy emphasis on writing at Canterbury in the high school years more than prepared them for writing in college. But an emphasis on writing is not just in the High School. It also exists in the Lower School and Middle School, where teachers work with their students to lay the foundation and prepare them for Canterbury's High School writing curriculum. The annual Lower School Writers' Conference is just one way the teachers work with students on their creative thinking and writing skills. "The Writers' Conference gives students the opportunity to showcase the stories they have worked so hard to write. It is a chance to put all the skills they've practiced during the school year into a finished product," said Mrs. Corson, Grade 1 teacher. Each child in Lower School writes a story in his or her classroom. The students also have the chance to write an independent story at home. The finished stories are read by judges who choose two winners from each classroom, two independent winners from each grade level, as well as winners from stories written in special area classrooms, such as the Lower School Library. The top award is given to a third or fourth grader that writes a longer story, or short chapter book. This is the Hamlin Award, given in honor of Nancy Hamlin, (a beloved former second grade teacher). The judges are looking for stories that include good content, interesting characters, correct conventions and are creative. All winning stories are included in The Pencil Box, a school publication. Click on the Read More link for the Lower School Writers' Conference awards list.

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