Challenging the mind. Nourishing the spirit.
Canterbury School is a PreK-8th grade co-educational Episcopal day school in Greensboro, NC. Canterbury's mission is to develop the whole child by challenging the mind and nourishing the spirit in a diverse community guided by Judeo-Christian values. Founded in 1993 by a group of parents, Canterbury offers strong academics and small class sizes; a PreK-8 setting where children don’t have to grow up too quickly; an intentional focus on the mind, body, and spirit; and recognition that the best education occurs in an environment where students are exposed to a variety of people, perspectives, and ideas.
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CANTERBURY: BY THE NUMBERS
Students get individual attention in small classes.
who have been valedictorian or salutation of their high school classes in the last 11 years. Students are prepared to succeed.
Percentage of students who participate in outreach
Students meet their neighbors, exercise empathy and use their gifts to make a difference.
Percentage of students who take music, art, foreign language, PE and Spiritual Development Classes.
A whole child education develops the mind, body and spirit.
Percentage of Middle School Students who play on a sports team.
A no-cut athletics policy means every child who wants to can be a part of a team.
Percentage of students who are of color
The best education occurs in an environment where students are exposed to a variety of people, perspectives and ideas.