CANTERBURY STUDENTS TO BE HONORED NATIONALLY

***PJ Wilson and Cameron Jordan have been named National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Americans, two of just 76 nationwide to be so recognized. They will be honored at the NSCAA convention in Philadelphia January, 2006. This is the first time in Indiana that two players from the same school were named to the team in the same year. Cameron and PJ are the sixth and seventh Canterbury players selected for the team since 1987.

***The Canterbury boys’ soccer team received the NSCAA Academic Award. This is the fourth consecutive year the Cavaliers team has received this honor.

***Three Canterbury Middle School students took national chess honors. The Canterbury eighth-grade chess team of Daniel Ryker, David Witwer and Eric

Suedhoff won fifth place in the 2005 National K-12/Collegiate Championship in Houston in November.

Locally, these students were winners in the Allen County Public Library poetry contest. This year’s theme was, “My Life: Day by Day.”

Jonathan Lee, second place, first-grade division

Laura Lee, first place, fourth-grade division

Alida Priest, second place, ninth-grade division

Jessie Voors, first place, 11th-grade division

Canterbury School, founded in 1977, is an independent, coeducational day school offering a college-preparatory education to students age 2 through grade 12.

Canterbury seeks to enroll students of all races, colors, religions and national or ethnic origins.

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