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On Sunday, May 20, the Fort Wayne Cherry Blossom Festival shared traditional and contemporary Japanese culture with Northeast Indiana residents, including a "Can You Haiku?" poetry contest. Several Canterbury Lower School students entered the contest and were selected as finalists. Canterbury Lower School Finalists were...
On May 14, 2018, Tim Durnall, Parent Association President, announced a significant contribution to the Canterbury School Libraries. He addressed the Canterbury community in the following letter...
On Sunday, May 6, 2018, three Lower School students, and one High School student, earned recognition at the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, which is part of the 2018 Juried Exhibition of Student Art (JESA) Grand Awards Gala. Timothy Haist (Grade 4, 2026) was a Grand Award Winner for his piece titled "Theatre Lights". Victoria Kim (Grade 2, 2028), Estelle Pasko (Grade 4, 2026) and Sean Walulik (Grade 11, 2019) earned Regional Awards for their artworks.
Join us for a minimally designed, but magnificently creative, student-directed performance of Shakespeare's comedy "Much Ado About Nothing"! Performances will be held Friday, May 4, and Saturday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the High School Summers Auditorium.
This year, our Grade 2 students have been studying Earth care. They've visited Fox Island Park in Fort Wayne, Ind., explored a landfill, observed deciduous trees throughout the seasons, and learned the importance of conserving resources like water. As part of the curriculum, the students painted a rain barrel during art class. Keep reading to learn more!
You're invited to attend the Jonathan Hancock Lecture Series on Wednesday, April 15, at 7 p.m., in Summers Auditorium. Guest speaker Carter Cast will present "The Right – and Wrong – Stuff: How Brilliant Careers are Made and Unmade". During this special event, you'll receive an insider's look into why some people make it big while others, equally experienced, talented, and credentialed, fall by the wayside – all based on deep research into the topic of career derailment and Dr. Cast's own personal experiences.