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REFLECTIONS FROM A WORLD TRAVELER

SERVICE TRIPS WITH CANTERBURY

I had just turned 16-years-old in January of 2014. I remember getting my age wrong when the man at TSA asked me. I still believed I was young – yet I was about to leave the country for the first time in my life. My .

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THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE CANTERBURY: A 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

In 1968, Canterbury School of Florida was born. Its legacy is the product of passionate families of the St. Petersburg community over the past half-century. To commence a yearlong celebration, the Canterbury community came together on Friday, .

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A MISCONCEPTION ABOUT CANTERBURY

There's a misconception about Canterbury that needs to be corrected. It has concerned me for some time, and I believe now is the time to address the matter.  No longer can I sit quietly while this issue prevails. Let us now rise above the chatter .
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GET YOUR KIDS TO LOVE READING

Young Girl Reading, or The Reader (La Liseuse), Jean-Honoré Fragonard. Circa 1770.
National Gallery of Art East Building.

 

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BACCALAUREATE ADDRESS AT THE 2018 COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY

“The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman .

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THE LOVE QUILT PROJECT

LOVE… what does this mean to you?  For many it means a hug, acts of kindness, words of praise, and shared experiences. Acts of love are often inspired by personal experiences. Since 2012, Canterbury students have shown love to orphaned children .

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STUDENTS TRAVEL INTERNATIONALLY AND CHANGE THEIR WORLDVIEW FOREVER

The International Studies Program at Canterbury is dedicated to teaching our students to become true global citizens. We do this by participating in various cultural events at our school and around the state, as well as engaging in international .

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UPPER CLASS TRIPS

The week after Spring Break, students in grades 9-12 immediately jumped into grade-wide adventures we call Upper Class Trips. These trips are not only learning experiences ranging from building a fire to exploring some of Florida's state colleges .

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CANTERBURY'S HONOR CODE AND WHAT IT MEANS TO ME

CANTERBURY’S HONOR CODE

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MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS USE SCIENCE TO TACKLE REAL WORLD ENERGY ISSUES

Does soda cause tooth decay? Does listening to music while studying improve memory? Does parachute design affect the speed of a falling object? These were the questions students were choosing for science fair projects ten years ago.

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