Our goal is to continue to encourage both a broad and deep athletic experience for all of our students, from novice to those who will compete in college.
Athletic Requirements beginning for the 2018-19 Academic Year:
- All students must compete in an interscholastic sport (or the equivalent) in two out of three seasons during the year with the option to do a third season or choose an afternoon activity.
- All students must participate in an athletic or afternoon activity in all three seasons.
- All Third and new Fourth Formers must participate on a team sport in the fall of their first year at Canterbury.
Our goal is to continue to encourage both a broad and deep athletic experience for all of our students, from novice to those who will compete in college
Athletic Offerings beginning for the 2018-19 Academic Year:
- The 2018-19 school year will be the final year for Water Polo. In addition, the Spring of 2018 will be the final regular season for Track (we will not compete in Field events); Track will be an option for a smaller and more select group of competitive runners in the spring of 2019.
Steph Porteau '18 scored two goals for the Girls' Varsity Hockey team in their win against Hebron. She has been an offensive force for the Saints during the final games of the team's season.
Mike Speight '18 scored 40 points for the Saints Boys' Varsity Basketball team in their win over South Kent. During that game, he was nine of ten from the line. Mike '18 then scored 22 points and got seven rebounds for the BVB's win over Kingswood Oxford in Pigott Arena.
Manny '18 had a buzzer-beating dunk for the Saints' 62-60 win over Trinity-Pawling. He has consistently been a lead scorer and model, hard-working teammate for the Boys' Varsity Basketball team. Manny is also currently in the running to be named the High School Slam Dunk Champion! (Vote at highschoolslam.com!)
Ariella '18 (Captain) has consistently been one of Girls' Varsity Hockey's leading offensive players. She is in the game on every other shift and leads the team in goals.
Giorgo '19 played goalie for the J.V. Boys' Hockey team at a whim's notice after the first goalkeeper went down with an injury. Having never seen a live shot, Giorgo made 15 saves in overtime against Hotchkiss and helped lead the team to their 5-4 victory.
As a first-time squash player, Ella '21 is already making waves on Girls' Varsity Squash. She won three matches in-a-row for the Saints against Williston, Kent, and Suffield.