Mission Accomplished!

Canterbury Students Make Contact with Astronauts Aboard the ISS
On Monday, October 24, our Canterbury community participated in an out-of-this-world experience our students will never forget. With the help of Amateur Radion on the International Space Station (ARISS) program, our students made contact with astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Canterbury is one of eight schools worldwide selected for this opportunity this year. 

We welcome you to watch a replay of this special event by clicking here. Special thanks to our Cougar Vision team for capturing it all.

Also, we would love to recognize Lorelei D. ’24 for her incredible event photography. Click here to view the photo gallery.

Special thanks to those involved with the ARISS program, the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), and the Fort Myers Amateur Radio Club (FMARC). 

We would also like to thank NBC2, WGCU, and WINK NEWS for covering and sharing this memorable moment with our community. Click the links below to view their coverage of the event.

News Coverage