Canterbury School invites you to experience the Canterbury advantage at our Open House on Thursday, Feb. 5, from 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Canterbury has a long-standing and proud tradition of sending 100 percent of graduates on to colleges or universities. If you would like that for your child, come explore the difference an independent education can make. Need-based merit scholarships are available for new students entering sixth and ninth grades. A qualifying test is required.
Parents and their children are invited to tour the school - including a 42,000 square-foot Upper School, experience first-hand Canterbury's commitment to academics, athletics and the arts, and talk to faculty and administrators about the school, admission requirements and financial aid.
Each year Canterbury students take top honors in local, regional, state and national academic, athletic and arts competitions. Canterbury stresses personal integrity and service; we expect our graduates to be lifelong learners and responsible citizens well prepared to help shape a changing world.
Canterbury students are regularly admitted to selective universities across the nation including Harvard, Wake Forest, Yale, University of Virginia, Duke, Princeton, New York University, Carnegie Mellon and Vanderbilt. Come see for yourself the difference challenging academic programs and unique extracurricular opportunities can make. Experience the Canterbury advantage. For more information call 415-8945 or register online at www.canterburyfortmyers.org.
Canterbury School, founded in 1964, is an independent, college preparatory school, accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools, the Florida Kindergarten Council and the Southern Association of College and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement. Canterbury is also a member of the National Association of Independent Schools. With students from intermediate kindergarten through grade 12, Canterbury's enrollment is about 700. The school is located at 8141 College Parkway in Fort Myers. Canterbury School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.