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College is not a trophy to be won, but rather a match to be made.

Frank Sachs, Past President National Association for College Admission Counseling

College counseling programming begins in Freshman year. However, this resource is available to all Knowlton campus families, ensuring that every student has the support they need to confidently navigate their academic journey. 


Empower Your Journey Early: Don’t wait!

College counseling matters from day one. Every moment of your high school experience shapes your path. 

While many schools initiate college counseling during junior year, waiting until then can cost valuable time. Every facet of a student’s high school journey matters, and early exploration of interests and goals is essential. By identifying passions sooner, students gain ample time to discover colleges that resonate with their aspirations.
Ms. Kyra Young
Director of College Counseling
(727) 521-5975


Knowlton Campus (Grades 5-12)
990 62nd Ave NE
St. Petersburg, FL 33702

Meet Tayten M.

Canterbury Lifer (PK-Grade 12)
College: West Point
Canterbury's challenging academics, paired with the supportive faculty, have empowered me to achieve success through hard work. Amidst a culture where everyone is inclusive and friendly, I've learned different perspectives and found the confidence to be my authentic self, forging friendships that have shaped me into a strong and confident young woman.
Class of 2024

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Charting Your Course: At Canterbury, we believe in empowering students for their next big educational decision.

At the start of a Canterbury education, we foster critical thinking, self-discovery, and exploration. Whether it’s through personalized counseling, hands-on experiences, or mentorship, we equip our students to navigate their educational journey confidently. Because every choice matters, and we’re here to guide you toward a future that aligns with your aspirations.

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Building Bright Futures

Did you know?

Canterbury seniors are required to complete a minimum of 80 hours of community service to graduate, with many surpassing this threshold, often exceeding 100 hours to qualify for Bright Futures Scholarships and demonstrating the school's commitment to preparing students for college and life through service initiatives integrated into the LEADS program.



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