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Canterbury hosts Diversity Summit for Middle and High School Students
karen

Canterbury School welcomes today's guest speakers, panels, performers, students and faculty to the 3rd annual Courageous Conversations. The summit encourages a safe dialogue between the community and faculty experts and the audience of students in Grades 5-12, concerning topics that are real and present in our communities and our students' lives. As all conversations do, the hope is that the presentations will stimulate thought and further questions. "Our overall mission is to build respect and understanding for what is unique about each of us – our similarities and our differences. Being intentional in having conversations and embracing what is unique and different is paramount in creating global citizens," said Ben Ottenweller, assistant head of school.

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Canterbury artists and writers earn 167 Scholastic awards in regional competition
Canterbury School

Canterbury artists and writers earned 167 Scholastic awards. Entries awarded a Gold Key, will go on to the national competition. For art, there were 8 HS Gold Keys and 5 MS Gold Keys. In writing, there were 15 HS Gold Keys and 8 MS Gold Keys, and 4 seniors earned Gold Key awards for their Writing Portfolios. All entries are on display at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art through April 8. Additionally, eighth grader Lucas Valcarcel's story, Conquering Your World in 5 Easy-ish Steps, has been chosen as an American Voices Nominee for the 2018 Scholastic Writing Awards.

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Good, old-fashioned research drives student success at MUN
K Belcher

Canterbury's Model United Nations (MUN) team took home 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th places for best Delegate and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th for Best Delegation at the November IU Southeast Conference. Model United Nations is an educational simulation in which students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. During the IU Southeast mock session of the UN, the students were assigned to be delegates from specific countries. Canterbury competes in two MUN conferences annually, with 10-15 high schools attending each.

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