“The most important single ingredient in the formula of success is knowing how to get along with people.”— Theodore Roosevelt

House Standings

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Drew Balsbough, Will Combs, Mirabella Calabrase,  & Jordan Cason

Teegan Lutze showed TEAMWORK when he delivered Mrs. Otey’s computer to her when she was in a meeting.

Claire Christman, Mason Waite, John Ventura, Brian McKinsey, Jack Seldon, Nick Greene, & Griffin Jones showed TEAMWORK when they helped unload new couches for the Commons!  WTG!!

Ro, along with Claire Christman, Jordan Besh, and Lydia Pinto helped adjust Mr. West’s new tables.  Nice work folks!! Great TEAMWORK!!!

Henry Koehler showed RESPECT and TEAMWORK when he carried a stack of cafeteria trays that were left on top of the trash cans outside in the quad back inside to the cafeteria.

THANK YOU to Maddie Woods for her KINDNESS when she brought in an amazing eclipse-themed breakfast for her advisory on the first day of school!

Amelia Ferris showed KINDNESS when she changed seats to sit with a student during Community Meeting who couldn’t sit with the rest of her advisory! Way to be supportive of new advisory friends, Amelia!

Grant Thompson demonstrated TEAMWORK when he stood and held the door open to the CPAC while students were entering for Community Meeting. Thanks, Grant!

Holly Springate demonstrated KINDNESS when she stayed after the community meeting to hold the door for every student leaving.


Student Drivers and Bus Riders: 

  • AM: Drivers must make a right turn ONLY at the intersection just beyond the Upper School Building
  • PM: You may not leave campus until ALL bus traffic has exited the campus.  
  • PM: If you have a sibling in LS or MS, you must walk down to pick them up.
  • PM: From 2:30pm until all of the busses exit, no traffic will be allowed to the back of the building.  



  • Sat., Aug. 26, 9 am-12 pm- College Kick-Off for Parents of Seniors only. At least one parent is required to attend.
  • Mon., Aug. 28- All seniors must report to Room 610 during English Drop. Bring your laptop!
  • Mon., Aug. 28- Scholarship applications requiring a Cannon School Nomination are due at 3 pm to Ms. Mann via google doc. This first deadline is for Bryan, Morehead-Cain, Park, Levine, Belk, and Centennial scholarships. The scholarship “Request for Nomination” form, essay(s), and activities résumé are all due no later than 3 pm.
  • Fri., Sept. 1- All seniors meet by House during Student Life. Bring your laptop! Locations TBD.

10-12th grades:

Charlotte Area College Programs- mark your calendar and register in advance!

Auditions for this year’s Cannon Theater Company productions are coming right up – don’t miss them! They will be held after-school (and at lunch for fall athletes) Thurs Aug 24, Fri Aug 25, and Tues Aug 28. Details, sign-up, and the audition form/script can be found at Also, there is a meeting on Thurs Aug 31 at 7:00pm for all students and parents of students auditioning for CTC this year. After the meeting, from 7:45-9:00pm, the whole community is invited to watch a special performance of “The Sneeze: Comedic Plays and Stories by Anton Chekhov”, which 13 CTC students performed to packed audiences at the world famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland this summer!

Do you have an interest or a passion that you want to share with the rest of our student body? Have you considered starting or leading a club? If so, fill out this Google Form to propose your idea for a club in the Upper School.  Club leadership is open to ANY Upper School student.  Deadline for club proposals is 8/31 by 3pm. Club proposal form:

We will have a Club Leader meeting on 9/1 during Student Choice in Foundation Hall to ensure you all have the information you need to be ready for Club Fair on 9/8!

Seniors, Juniors and Freshmen:  Please sign up through your Family Connection account to visit with College Admission Representatives visiting Cannon School. You must receive permission from your classroom teacher if you will be missing class to attend a session.  If you are interested in a college, but unable to attend an event, please let your College Counselor know so he/she can collect information on your behalf.


Bryant University

Guilford College


Randolph-Macon College

Swarthmore College

Texas Christian University


Drew University

Clemson University

Dickinson College

University of South Carolina


Providence College


Ursinus College


Hampden-Sydney College

Franklin & Marshall College

The University of Georgia


Duke University

Washington and Lee University

Trinity College

Christopher Newport University


University of Denver

University of Vermont

University of Miami


Washington College

Tulane University


Villanova University


College of William and Mary


Emerson College

Roanoke College

Colgate University

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute


Wheaton College IL

Vanderbilt University

Vassar College


American University


Furman University

Nova Southeastern University

Bates College

Birmingham-Southern College


Mercer University

Denison University

High Point University

Agnes Scott College

Northeastern University


Colby College

Rollins College

Northeastern University

Rollins College

Salem College


Johns Hopkins University

Queens University of Charlotte

Boston College

College of Charleston


Fairfield University

University of Rochester

Samford University


Hollins University

Worcester Polytechnic Institute


Lafayette College

Wofford College

Georgia Southern University

University of Chicago

University of Richmond


Haverford College

Northwestern University


Washington University in St. Louis


Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Daytona Beach


Sewanee: The University of the South

Rhodes College


St. Lawrence University


Hofstra University


Miami University, Oxford


Ringling College of Art and Design


Lynn University



About The Dean Team

Student Life: Our passion is to know our students, create an unforgettable high school experience, celebrate student achievement; and to empower every student to know themselves, own their actions, seek adventure, conquer challenges, lead others, and pursue balance.
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