Corbett Prep offers a wide variety of after-school sports, arts, science and recreational programs that are fun and engaging for students of all ages and fit parents' busy schedules!
Our After-School Activities (ASA) program is just for Corbett Prep students and typically starts immediately after dismissal. Parents may pick students up after the activity ends or opt to enroll in Extended Day, supervised free play, which is open until 6 p.m.
Here is a sample of some of our popular activities, although choices may change each session and are geared to different age groups:
|Chess||Bollywood Dance||Little Fiesta|
|Science Club||Flag Football||Maker Space|
|Art||Soccer Shots||Garden Club|
|Photography||Fishing & Canoeing||Engineering|
Students who want a more in-depth experience in sports or the arts may wish to sign up for Community School for Sports or Community School of the Arts, which provide lessons and skill development after school and are open to students outside of Corbett Prep as well.
After-School Activities Sign Up
Registration for our After-School Activities is handled through CampSite.
New to CampSite? Create an account here.
Returning to CampSite? If you have previously used the system to register for CAMP IDS or Corbett Prep's community and after-school programs, you can log into your account here.
Extended Day registration is handled in the office through Dewey Wong.
The Extended Day program runs until 6 p.m. daily. The program is offered so that working parents can be assured that their children are in a safe, healthy, and happy environment.
Students in grades 3 through 8 spend the first hour in the library for supervised time to complete their homework. Younger students with homework may complete their work in the extended day rooms with supervision.
Extended Day is available from 3-6 p.m. Monday through Friday and on most half days from noon to 6 p.m. The costs include a snack and varies with the plan selected. Parents may choose to pay by the day or on annual or semi-annual plans.
Please contact Dewey Wong with questions about signing up for Extended Day.