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Canterbury Middle School Student Competes at Florida State Science & Engineering Fair

Congratulations to Sasha F. ('23) for his success at the Florida State Science & Engineering Fair. The fair was held from March 27-29 at the Lakeland Center in Lakeland, FL.  At this event, more than 900 finalists from across the state gather to present their projects to judges in the three day competition.Read More

Jody Moore Wins PCA's Double-Goal Coach Award

Congratulations to Canterbury Varsity Softball Coach Jody Moore! Coach Moore was recently named a National Winner for the Double Goal Coach Award sponsored by the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA). Read More

Canterbury Students Participate in National History Day Competition

For the first time, Canterbury sent students to participate in the National History Day competition at the county level. This year's theme was Conflict and Compromise, and it proved to be a great framework for our 8th grade Honors History students to pursue their personal interests as they relate to national and world history topics.Read More

Canterbury Teams Earn 3rd in Their Division at Ocean Bowl

Canterbury sent two teams to compete in the Ocean Bowl competition on February 24 at USF's College of Marine Science.  Teams A and B both placed 3rd in their division!
 
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Congratulations to District Champions Varsity Boys Basketball!

Congratulations to our District Champions for their big win last Friday night! They will host a regional semi-final game this Thursday at home.
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Middle School Students are Big Winners at Regional Science Fair

On Saturday, February 3rd, three of Canterbury's middle school students competed in the Pinellas Regional Science & Engineering Fair at Seminole Middle School.  During the competition, our students explained their projects to judges from the professional scientific community.  Awards were announced on Tuesday evening at Largo Middle School and all of our students were big winners!
 
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Friday Farmers' Market on Hough

Our new STEAM garden has everyone wanting more veggies!Read More

Middle School Geography Bee Winner Advances to Qualify for State Competition

Grade 5 student Tess M. wins the 2018 Geography Bee in a hard fought battle during the elimination round. Read More

4th and 5th Grade Students Pack-a-Snack for Local Kids in Need

“Pack-A-Snack 4 Kids” is a program designed to help address the problem of chronic hunger among children in our public schools. This has been estimated to be approximately 15% of all children eligible for free lunch. Our 5th grade students have partnered with St. Thomas Episcopal Church to start packing snacks for the local kids in need.Read More

Science Fair Awards Announced

At Canterbury, participation in the Science Fair is a full semester elective course for students in grades 7 and 8. During this elective, students choose a real-world problem they want to investigate using the scientific method. They develop and perform an experiment that helps them learn more about the problem they were interested in.Read More

Grade 3 Invention Convention

Students in grade 3 held an Invention Convention last week as part of a cross-curricular unit. Students were tasked with coming up with an invention that would better their lives and presenting it via multiple mediums to parents, teachers, and other students.
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Students Cook Collard Greens from STEAM Garden

Our healthy first grade kiddos harvested greens from our STEAM garden and delivered plates to all the teachers. Read More

Canterbury's Director of Advancement Named to Leadership St. Pete Class of 2018

Canterbury's Director of Advancement and Development, Pamela Walker, was recently inducted into Leadership St. Pete's Class of 2018. Leadership St. Pete is a relationship-focused, fast-paced program designed to help a diverse group of professionals engage with community leaders to improve the city in which we live and work.Read More

Mandarin Teacher Awarded Scholarship from Pepperdine University

Mandarin Teacher Mandy Fiola, who was recently awarded the Olaf H. Tegner Endowed Scholarship from Pepperdine University where she is completing her doctoral degree.Read More

Interact Club Decorates Cookies with STEP Students from Shore Acres

Members of Canterbury's Interact Club met with students from Shore Acres Elementary school to talk to them about good study habits for the standardized tests that Shore Acres students will be taking soon.Read More

Jr. Thespians Sweep District Competition

While we celebrate anyone who has the courage to stand up in front of an audience and perform or present their art, we did have record breaking ratings this year with 5 Critic's Choice awards (the best of the best), 10 Superior ratings and 9 Excellent ratings.
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Seniors Gain National Merit and AP Scholar Status, Win President's Service Award

Seniors receive academic and service accolades.Read More

Interact Club Collects Formal Dresses for Homecoming Dreams

Gently used formal attire donated to make local Homecoming and Prom dreams come true.Read More

Students Organize Food Drive for Puerto Rico to Support Senior Classmember

The senior class is sponsoring the food drive from 10/2 - 10/13 to support the families of staff member Marlene Camejo and senior Maria Rios, who are both from Puerto Rico and have family there. Read More

Grade 5 Girls Set Goals During Character Ed Activity

Goal setting as part of activity period? Yep!Read More
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