Canterbury student organizations are designed to encourage students to explore their interests and promote responsibility and student leadership. New organizations form each year as students’ interests emerge.
Canterbury welcomes families to participate in our Before and After School Program for students enrolled in pre-kindergarten – Grade 8.
Students enrolled in the Before School Program are given the opportunity to quietly visit with friends, eat breakfast, read and comfortably transition into the start of their school day.
Our after-school enrichment program offers students the opportunity to have fun and pursue their passions in areas of interests in a safe Christian environment after-school. Your child will participate in a variety of after-school activities that will hold them accountable to complete their schoolwork and encourage them to explore their passions and build their skill set.
Although Canterbury will be closed during school holidays, our After School Program stays open for parents who do not have the workday off.
During school holidays, we plan fieldtrips and educational activities to provide students with culturally enriched experiences.
Students enrolled in Canterbury’s Elementary and Middle School programs are eligible to participate in the After School Program (ASP).
Once availability is confirmed, you will receive registration instructions and payment options from our After School Program.
The After School Program incorporates the Seven Developmental Pathways into the curriculum The Seven Developmental Pathways include the following key areas:
3:30 - 6 pm
7 am - 6 pm - Refer to school calendar for complete list of school closings
12:30 - 6 pm
At Canterbury, we are committed to empowering students in their moral understanding and awareness of values and viewpoints beyond themselves. Students are expected to be outstanding citizens by serving in our local community.
In Middle School, students begin to take a more independent approach to service. Students participate in the following service opportunities:
Volunteer at the North Dallas Food Bank
Make student donations
Tutor and mentor elementary students
High School Cougars are required to complete a minimum of 15 hours of community service. Volunteer opportunities include but are not limited to the following:
Volunteer at Charleton Methodist Hospital
Serve with Habitat to Humanity
International mission trip
Canterbury’s Summer Reading List is incorporated into the curriculum to prepare students for studies in Humanities. Each student is expected to read all selections for their anticipated grade level to be equipped for classwork in the fall.
If you have any questions or concerns,
Our college-advising department is dedicated to find the best college fit that aligns with students’ strengths, abilities, interest and aspirations. Canterbury’s college advising staff strives to support students in their college education selection and application process.
Through multiple meeting sessions with students and their families, our college advisors dive deep into the interest and academic abilities of each student.
The college advising process works alongside a supportive, caring faculty and Canterbury’s rigorous college preparatory curriculum.
If you have questions regarding a specific organization, please complete the inquiry form.