Campus & Directions
Canterbury is located on 37 acres in northeastern Greensboro, NC, near the Elm Street exit of I-840. The campus has eight permanent buildings: P. David Brown Hall (administration and library), Ketner Science & Technology Center, Armfield Hall (middle school), Phillips Chapel (500 seat chapel), Fry Hall (lower school), Berry Hall (student center), Stafford Arts Center (fine arts), and Haley Athletic Center. Additional facilities include the Kelly Bell Tower, playground areas, outdoor chapel, soccer field, tennis courts, pond, fitness trail, and outdoor education center, including a high and low ropes course.
Greensboro, located in north-central North Carolina, was founded in 1808 and named for Gen. Nathanael Greene, who led American forces in the Revolutionary War’s Battle of Guilford Courthouse in 1781. Greensboro has a population of about 250,000, and is part of the Piedmont Triad region, which is made up of Greensboro, High Point, and Winston-Salem. The area has a thriving cultural community, 13 colleges and universities, and consistently ranks in the top places to live in the country. Both the mountains and the coast are short drives away.