Middle School Teachers Jim Vyverberg and Matt Melnick thought a new school mural would bring the eighth-grade together, teach art fundamentals, generate excitement and safely cultivate a sense of community.
Welcome to Corbett Prep Middle School
Challenging and engaging classes match with opportunities for personal growth – all under the guidance of highly trained teachers – to form the unique learning experience that is Corbett Prep's Middle School!
In their time at Middle School, Corbett Prep students benefit from a rigorous academic environment that also cultivates social and emotional wellness. Corbett Prep Middle School teachers prepare sixth, seventh and eighth graders to excel in a high school setting while providing support and encouragement to help them develop leadership skills and confidence.
Will your student write a novel? Build a computer? Film a documentary? Present research at the STEAM Symposium? Solve a problem affecting the greater community?
Through a combination of our International Baccalaureate Middle Years academic program, team sports and electives and clubs, students are offered numerous avenues to discover their strengths and passions.
Students attending schools that include the elementary and middle school grades have a better experience socially and academically, new research shows.
They're happier, perform better academically, and encounter less bullying than students who go to traditional middle schools.
Read more about the findings of the study, published in 2016 in the American Educational Research Journal.
The International Day of Peace gave our students the chance to think about what peace means and how they can create peace. Watch how our Middle School students worked together for a larger goal, demonstrating how everyone has a part to play in building a culture of peace.
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Corbett Prep's Thespian Troupe has had an impressive start to the school year, applying its energy and creativity to revive live theatre at school and earning high rankings in competitions this fall. The students return to the stage Dec. 11 with their mainstage performance Yo, Vikings!
ABC Action News covered the safety steps Corbett Prep's Middle School Thespians took to deliver lots of laughs in The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon. The show was the school's first on-campus theatre experience since the pandemic began.