Head of School David Jackson shares some thoughts on the "unsung hero."
Director of Advancement Jessica Morales reflects on how the 1918 influenza pandemic impacts the world today.
In October, Canterbury revealed a "spirit logo" to strengthen the school's brand and pride amongst the community.
Canterbury's office assistants are more than just the first faces you see when you walk through the door.
School nurses step up to keep Canterbury healthy during pandemic.
Band Teacher Janet MacKay-Galbraith shares some of her band memories and why she thinks the program is important.
It takes more than actors to put on a show.
Athletics are an important part of the middle school experience at Canterbury School.
Friendships and memories make Canterbury athletics fun for all.
Canterbury's Boys' Soccer Team and Boys' Tennis' Kush Anand competed for state titles in 2020.
Sonja Jones is happy to be at Canterbury as a part of the Early Childhood staff.
Canterbury welcomed seven new teaching faculty in the fall of 2020.
Two Canterbury teachers are getting remote learning right for our youngest learners.
Meet the Sloan sisters, Clayton and Anna-Perry.
Choosing Canterbury was an easy decision for the Chenoweth family.
Find out what your Canterbury classmates are up to!
Katie Schantz '13 is a registered nurse at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.
Bob Brothers may have left the classroom, but he is as present as ever at Canterbury School.
Artist. Athlete. Scholar.
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On the Cover
Arden Henry, Grade 2
Thank you to all Canterbury community members who contributed to this issue of Canterbury Today. Special thanks to Natalie A. Trout, Marketing & Communications Specialist, for serving as editor, creative director, and designer. Many thanks to Meg Miller, Communications Coordinator, for service as photography director.