Congratulations to our Middle School cheerleaders! Warriors Cheerleaders are Platinum First Place Middle School Division National Champions! Corbett Prep's competitive team had zero deductions as they competed to defend their national title on April 22.
The Community School of the Arts will feature two casts of high school students from throughout the Tampa Bay area in the corporate musical comedy "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." The students will perform in four shows on April 28-30 at Corbett Prep.
From sports to arts to academics, Corbett Prep's CAMP IDS brims with options that will create a memorable summer for students in PreK3 through high school. Camps are divided into seven weekly sessions from June 12 to July 28. A favorite in the Tampa Bay area for nearly two decades, CAMP IDS offers more than 100 full- and half-day choices on the beautiful lakeside campus of Corbett Preparatory School of IDS.
Everything is peachy for the fourth- and fifth-grade Warriors' Pride Chorus.
Since December, 71 fourth- and fifth-grade students in Warriors' Pride Chorus have rehearsed for Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach Jr., the "fantasmarific" journey of a young boy who sails across the Atlantic Ocean in a magical peach with his insect friends.
The show features two casts, and family, friends and guests are invited to both evening performances. Corbett Prep students will enjoy watching their peers in the day time shows.
The shows are April 19 and 21. The 7:00 p.m. shows are open to parents, families, and friends.
Students in PreK3 through second grade filled the Farish Center with enthusiasm and joy during the Primary Dance Recital as they showed audiences the results of their hard work in their drama/dance classes. Creative movement is a wonderful way for students to make social, cultural and historical connections, gain confidence and enhance learning.
Corbett Prep sixth graders learned firsthand about Florida's aquifer during a snorkeling trip to Rainbow River in Dunellon, Fla. This field trip is an extension of their learning about ecosystems and Lakewatch.
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International Baccalaureate (IB-MYP) Community Project Update: Making a Difference
Our STEAM Symposium students in fifth grade and Middle School recently took a field trip to the biomedical/mechanical labs at USF.
Twenty students in sixth and seventh grade at Corbett Prep have decided put their skills to the test by entering a national coding competition in partnership with CodeMonkey.com. Michael Johnson, Director of Instructional Technology, believes the more involved students are the more proficient they will become. From now until May 1, teams of 10 middle schoolers will be coding, using a programming language called coffee script, to complete literally hundreds of challenges. As we know, coding and computer science are a valuable skill set to learn in life, especially this early, as it opens many doors for our students to a fast-growing industry.