Canterbury School in New Milford has a rich history in town. The school, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2015, is a college preparatory, coeducational boarding and day school for students in grades 9-12. Founded in 1915 and guided by its Catholic heritage, the school prides itself on creating a community based on its five values: honesty, respect, compassion, spirituality and self-reliance — in which students and faculty forge lasting bonds and every student experiences a broad and challenging program in a small school setting. The school’s approximately 330 students come from 16 states and 14 countries; 65 percent are boarders and 35 percent are day students. Above is the main house of the school, which was founded by Nelson Hume and Henry O. Havemeyer. If you have a photograph you’d like to share, contact Deborah Rose at or 860-355-7324.