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The Canterbury School English Department has created two guides for students. Click on the links below to open a PDF of each guide.

  • Octopodes features Grammar Hints and Rules for grades 8-12.
  • The English Handbook for grades 4-7 has practical tips for teachers, students and parents.
Team Opponent Date Time Advantage Score Status
Tennis - Girls Varsity vs.
Carroll High School
Away
Tennis - Girls JV vs.
Carroll High School
Away
Golf - Boys Varsity vs.
Lake Central Invite, Crown Point High School, Valparaiso HS, Homestead High School, Chesterton High School, Warsaw Community High School, Munster High School, Lake Central High School, Penn High School, Harrison High School-West Lafayette
Away
Track - Varsity Girls vs.
Churubusco Inv, Churubusco High School
Away
Golf - Boys JV vs.
Plymouth Invite, Plymouth High School
Away

*High School Summer Reading - Complete Book List and Instructions (Grades 9-12)

High School students should be prepared to write about and discuss their assigned novels at the beginning of fall term. Download the following to turn in electronically in August.

Grade 9 Fahrenheit 451 Questions

Grade 9 Endurance Questions

Grade 10 Questions
American Literature and Composition (The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; Member of the Wedding)

Grade 11 English Classes - Your assignment for 1984 and The Hound of the Baskervilles: Read the books and be ready to discuss and be tested over these two books by the first day of classes. Take your own notes and create your own study guide.

Grade 12 Questions
World Literature and Composition
(Bonjour Tristesse; The Underground Railroad)

Grade 12 Other Voices
(The Quiet American; Balzac and the Little Chinese Seasmstress)

AP English
(Regeneration; The Handmaid's Tale)

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