Canterbury School is pleased to showcase our new Grandparents Council (GPC) with the purpose of better connecting grandparents to our school community. Grandparents have always been a welcome presence at Canterbury through activities like our annual Grandparents and Grandfriends Day. Through this new GPC, we hope to expand opportunities to engage this vital part of our Canterbury community.
Extravaganza 2021 Florida at its Finest, presented by Busey Bank on Saturday, November 6, 2021, was the most successful fundraiser in our school’s history! With the support of Linda and David Lucas through The Lucas Match, the event raised more than $1.2 million for Canterbury School!
We’re excited to invite you to our upcoming Scholastic Book Fair: Books Bring Us Together. This event is an opportunity for students of all ages to build their home libraries and further their love of reading. The fair will take place from September 24 through October 1, in our PAC (Performing Arts Center).
Canterbury School welcomes several new faculty and staff members for our 2021-2022 school year. Each joins our community with an outstanding background and a commitment to academic excellence. Please be on the lookout for in-depth profiles where we will showcase more details about this impressive group over the coming year.
For the past eight weeks, ten of our student-athletes have been participating in the Desire to Lead program. Desire to lead is an online leadership program founded by Jeremy Boone a sports performance and leadership development coach for more than twenty years.
Canterbury School is pleased to share that Plasma Air ionization systems are being installed in all buildings across campus as part of the school’s commitment to the safety and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff.
The Canterbury School Arts Department would like to shine the spotlight on the yearbook editors! This photograph shows yearbook staff who are creating The Lair Volume 47. Front row: Delanie D. ’21, Jake R. ’22, editor Sara M. ’21, Ibi R. ’24, editor Brandon U. ’22. Top Row: Kristina P. ’24, editor Lilli H. ’21, editor in chief Selin H. ’21, and yearbook director Mr. Nick Grey.
In the midst of the pandemic, a quiet surprise came to Canterbury: our first official diving team. While the school had previously had individuals compete within the season, there had never been enough members to count it as a “team”. This year, James G. ’24 and Ibi R. ’24 became part of that change.