Canterbury School's Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that, for the first time in its history, the school will hold tuition flat for the 2020-21 academic year. Although this decision is based on many factors, ultimately, it is founded on a recognition that families make considerable sacrifices to send their children to Canterbury even at current tuition levels. It is also intended to ensure that the blessing of a Canterbury education is accessible to future generations
Hot off the press! Canterbury is proud to be featured as the cover story for Business People Magazine's August issue. This is an exciting opportunity for Canterbury School to share the mission, values and stories that set the school apart from the rest.
I write to inform you that Canterbury's Head of School, Bill Ennist, has decided to leave his position upon the conclusion of the 2019-20 school year. On behalf of both current and former members of the Board of Trustees, I offer deep appreciation and gratitude for Bill's stewardship and dedication to our school.
The 78 members of our senior class completed 618 college applications to 195 different colleges and universities, and received 368 acceptances. In the fall, the Class of 2019 will attend 45 colleges and universities in 18 different states, as well as in Abu Dhabi.
The last two weeks have marked honored recognition for Canterbury High School Fine Arts students. Last Thursday, April 11, our High School Speech & Debate students were recognized for...