Kristina Urberg '21 is headed to Regionals after impressive performances.
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Nearly 80 Canterbury students have been named AP Scholars by CollegeBoard.
Rev. Corydon Randall is one of Canterbury School's founders. He recently spent some time with Head of School David Jackson.
Through the Canterbury School Children’s Choir program, students will receive opportunities to perform a variety of challenging and beautiful music.
Head of School David Jackson reflects on the first three days of school.
Canterbury School is taking the proper steps to safely open school on August 26.
Canterbury will open the 2020-21 school year in Phase Yellow.
Canterbury alum Sarah Galliher '17 has turned these uncertain times into a new business venture.
The Indiana Department of Education has provided us with some important mask tips to start the year.
Nina Ijomanta '20 has won a Scholastic Art & Writing Silver Medal at the national level.
Jared Sekar '07 addresses the Class of 2020 with some words of wisdom.
School is on schedule to begin on August 26.
Georgia Gray '22 has been named to the IHSAA Student Advisory Committee.
Canterbury celebrates four years with the Ennist family and wishes them well in the future!
The Canterbury Speech & Debate team celebrates their accomplishments from the 2019-20 school year.
Our Canterbury story is one of love, kindness, compassion, and forgiveness.
The world stood still, but Canterbury continued for every artist, athlete, and scholar.
Canterbury's commitment to our community includes frequent, consistent, and honest communication concerning our plans for returning to school in the fall.
On May 13, Canterbury alum Tanner Camp '14 made a speech at the Virtual CavE Awards.
The Positive Coaching Alliance has initiated a campaign amid the Covid-19 outbreak titled "Life is a Team Sport."