Spending a summer at Corbett Prep's CAMP IDS uncovers a world of opportunities for students in Tampa who are entering PreKindergarten 3 (PreK3) through 12th grade in the fall.
The Warriors' Pride Chorus provides opportunities for fourth and fifth graders who would like to pursue music at a more advanced level. The chorus produces a musical each year, allowing students to gain experience on the stage, singing, dancing and acting. Students can also take on leadership roles in stage management and technical theatre.
Two Corbett Prep teachers recently visited Bhutan to train teachers in a social-emotional learning and wellbeing program that Corbett Prep piloted with the nonprofit Contentment Foundation. Jen Jones and Marla Vildostegui met with Bhutan's Minister of Education to discuss a national rollout of the program in more than 400 schools throughout the country.
An alumni family has chosen to help Corbett Prep in gratitude for their experiences at Corbett Prep/IDS for many years. The family is offering to donate to Corbett Prep 15 percent of the proceeds from a purchase at the online mattress company Tress Mattress when customers use the coupon code "CorbettPrep."
Middle School Musical Theatre invites you to explore the galaxy in six performances of Starmites March 28-31. Starmites is a charming story about a shy teenager who avoids the pressures of growing up by escaping into the fantasy world of her favorite comic books. When she mysteriously travels through a magic portal to Intergalactic Space, she finds herself in the middle of a conflict where she must fight an evil villain and save the universe!
Even in a screen-heavy video game era, books still command attention. If you'd like to find the perfect book to entertain kids of all ages, this list from Corbett Prep students will give you lots of options. Elementary students in kindergarten through fifth grade shared their favorite stories that they think other kids will enjoy as well.
Successful model rocket launches on the Middle School field sparked excitement in the morning. Students returned to classrooms for moonwalks, cosmic crafts, virtual and augmented reality experiences, astronaut activities and more.