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Across the Generations

Canterbury students are learning about the art of communication and relationships by visiting FIve Star Senior Living, a retirement community in Fort Wayne. Middle School Religion/Service teacher Nancy Schantz tells us why the partnership is so important.

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Making Math Fun

Canterbury Lower School students are learning important math skills... and having fun! Math teachers Linda Corson and Kelly Madarang talk about teaching math at Canterbury and how they keep students engaged.

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Board of Trustees Announces Tuition Freeze for 2020-21 Academic Year

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

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Canterbury Students Go "Write" to the Top in Scholastic Writing Competition

You may wonder what Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Bernard Malamud, Marc Brown, and Myla Goldberg all have in common with Canterbury School. These world-renowned writers are notable alumni of the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and recently, 43 Canterbury students across Grades 7 – 12 were recognized in this year's Scholastic Writing Competition, adding their names to that same list of alumni.

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Canterbury Artists Receive Regional and National Recognition in Scholastic Competition

The 2018-19 National Scholastic Arts Competition recognized more than 45 art and writing compositions by Canterbury School students, who earned six Gold Key awards, 10 Silver Key awards, and 31 Honorable Mentions. In the Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio Art Region, 3,400 entries were submitted to this year's competition.

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What Home Means to Amanda Martinez Moreno: Canterbury School's National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar

Having moved from Mexico to Ohio at the age of 5, Amanda Moreno-Martinez found herself in a kindergarten classroom. "Hello, my name is Amanda," and "I like corn," were the only two phrases she mastered in English, and her nerves got the best of her. That childhood moment has come full circle as she...

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Unmasked: Celebrated Artist and Musician Aaron Cromie Visited Canterbury Middle School

While masks are often used to conceal identity, Canterbury Middle School theatre students recently employed masks for a much different purpose. Last week, celebrated Philadelphia-based artist and musician Aaron Cromie collaborated with students on mask work in performance, using masks to reveal important elements of themselves, including their thoughts and feelings.

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Award-winning Author Lola Schaefer Visited Canterbury School

This week, books came to life for Canterbury School students! On Oct. 1 and 2, award-winning children's author Lola Schaefer facilitated presentations and writer's workshops for students in the Early Childhood, Lower School and Middle School divisions. Schaefer's engaging conversations tied in perfectly to students' classroom lessons leading up to her visit.

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