Congratulations to our two Odyssey of the Mind teams for their performance in the 2020 Sun Region Tournament on Saturday, February 29, at South Fort Myers High School. We are excited to share that both of our teams earned first place and will be moving on to the State Tournament in Orlando on April 11.
The Canterbury School Arts Department would like to shine the spotlight on three hard-working and highly creative juniors who are currently taking Advanced Placement Art and Design: Sara M. ’21, Lilli H. ’21, and Morgan R. ’21.
Canterbury School is closely monitoring information regarding the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), particularly in light of the announcement there have been two positive tests for coronavirus in Florida, one involving a Manatee County resident and the other a Hillsborough County resident.
Congratulations to our students for winning second place in the 2020 MATHCOUNTS Competition for the Calusa Chapter of the Florida Engineering Society. The event was held at Dunbar High School on February 22.
The Canterbury School Arts Department would like to shine the spotlight on our Junior Thespian Troupe 89393 for their incredible performance at the Florida State Junior Thespian Festival held February 6-8, 2020, in Orlando.
On Thursday, February 6, Canterbury welcomed Kerry Kennedy to campus as a special guest of our Leadership Institute for Tomorrow (LIFT) program. Kerry Kennedy is the president of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, an organization that works alongside local activists to ensure lasting positive change in governments and corporations.
Congratulations to Canterbury’s Mock Trial team on placing second out of six teams in this year’s Lee County Mock Trial Competition, which took place on February 7-8, 2020, at the Lee County Justice Center. Our students spent a total of 16 hours trying cases that they have been preparing since November.
On Friday, January 31, 2020, Canterbury School celebrated the dedication of Val Ward Cadillac Court. This generous donation represents one of the first gifts to The Lucas Match which included the renovation of the gym floor in addition to many other improvements.
The Canterbury School Arts Department would like to shine the spotlight on Canterbury’s Jazz Ensemble for earning a Superior rating at the District Jazz Music Performance Assessment on Tuesday, February 4, 2020.
We would like to congratulate Bo H. ’24 on winning first place for the second year in a row in Canterbury School's National Geographic Geography Bee on Monday, January 27, 2020. We would also like to recognize Jason N. ’24 on earning second place in the competition.
Students from Canterbury’s Upper School community performed well in the Regional HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) Competition held on January 25 at Estero High School. HOSA gives students an opportunity to study and acquire skills in more than 50 different fields related to medical science.
Canterbury School would like to congratulate several of our Upper School students who recently earned top honors at the DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) Southwest Florida Regional Event on January 10, 2020.
The Canterbury School Arts Department would like to shine the spotlight on our fifth-graders who did an amazing job with their clay masks. They designed masks that embodied their personality and interests and sculpted the features out of clay as they honed their mask-making skills. After a bisque firing, fifth-graders used acrylic paints and other mixed media to decorate and finish their masks.
Several Canterbury students won top awards at the Thomas Alva Edison Regional Inventors Fair. The competition took place Saturday, January 18, at Alico Arena on the campus of Florida Gulf Coast University.
Marathon is a Canterbury tradition in which students run, walk, create art, and will learn life-saving techniques to raise money for worthy causes. This year, the dollars you donate will benefit The Heights Foundation, American Heart Association, Kids Care Disaster Relief, and Canterbury's CPR Program. The event will take place on Friday, January 24, 2020. As in year's past, the money raised will be split equally among the four charities.