Canterbury School

An East College Preparatory School Grounded in Strong Values and Service

Students Graduate from Canterbury College Preparatory School with a Strong Moral Compass

Founded in 1915, Canterbury is a college preparatory, coeducational boarding and day school for students in grades 9-12. Grounded in its Catholic heritage and welcoming students of all faiths, the school believes spiritual growth is an important part of a complete education and one of the best ways to put beliefs into action is through service to others. Inspiring the Canterbury community are five core values: honesty, respect, compassion, spirituality, and self-reliance.

The Education Environment at this College Preparatory School

At Canterbury, students encounter a wide range of opportunities within a small and welcoming community. The school’s educational environment fosters academic rigor, athletic development, artistic enrichment, and spiritual growth, ensuring a superior experience that prepares students for leading colleges and universities. Students are supported, self-aware, balanced, and have a true sense of what matters to them. With a foundation of strong values and service, students leave the college preparatory school grounded and well-adjusted.

A Quaint, Ideal Location for an East Coast Immersion

The compact and walkable hilltop campus is located in the quaint town of New Milford, Connecticut and the town center is walking distance away. And since its only 150 miles from Boston, 85 miles from New York City, 45 miles from Hartford, and 35 miles from New Haven, the college preparatory school has an ideal location for exploring the East Coast of the US.

School Details


New Milford, CT

Exam(s) accepted

SSAT (Standard Online Application)

Offers ESL Assistance


English language Exam(s) accepted

TOEFL, DuoLingo

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Fixed Admissions Deadline

January 31st

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