Trips and Global Opportunities
Grade 9: Bradford Woods
This is an overnight trip to the Indiana University Outdoor Education Center. The purpose is to foster class-bonding with experiential activities to encourage leadership and awareness of group dynamics.
Grade 10: Chicago
This trip includes visits to the Chicago Institute of Art and an architectural tour on the Chicago River. Students also enjoy dinner in downtown restaurant. The trip enhances the tenth-grade curriculum in English, social studies, science and fine arts.
Grade 11: College Tours
Students visit public and private colleges of varying sizes, settings, and selectivity to help them find the best college type to fit their needs.
Orchestra Class: Lyric Opera
This trip every other year allows students to experience opera and orchestra performances in Chicago.
Stratford Theatre Trip
Students have the opportunity to view some of North America's finest productions of Shakespeare and other great plays and musicals (three plays total) performed in Stratford, Ontario, CAN.
During the second semester of their sophomore year, students have an opportunity to participate in an exchange at Canberra Grammar School. Space is limited: students must apply for the program and are selected by a committee.
French Immersion and Exchange Program
Every other year, Canterbury offers a 10-day language immersion and exchange program with a public high school in Britanny. Students studying French in their junior or senior year, accompanied by their teacher, spend spring break in French homes hosted by French high school students. They attend school and experience true French life. The trip includes a brief excursion to Paris.
Spanish Immersion Program in Seville, Spain
The Spanish immersion program in Seville, Spain takes place during Canterbury 's spring break. Students take educational trips to locations such artisanal villages and the cultural attractions of the city. Students live with host families who provide room and board (three meals per day). In addition, students are exposed to everyday family life while practicing the Spanish they learn during class time. Participants must be sophomores or older, be in good standing in their Spanish class at Canterbury, and be in at least second-year Spanish.