Corbett Prep's Middle School Thespians delivered lots of laughs – safely – in The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, the school's first on-campus theatre experience since the pandemic began.
The International Day of Peace, observed annually on Sept. 21, 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.
Head of School Nicholas Rodriguez takes you on a video tour of the changes students are experiencing for the beginning of the 2020-21 school year.
It takes an entire school community to ensure students have a protective and supportive place to learn, Corbett Prep Head of School Nicholas Rodriguez writes in Tampa Bay Parenting magazine.
Voters in the Tampa Bay Times "Best of the Best" readers' poll showed their support for Corbett Prep in the 2020 contest. Corbett Prep was honored in two categories: Gold (Best Private Elementary/Middle School) and Bronze (Best Preschool).
6th, 7th & 8th Grades
In addition to preparing our students to soar in a high school setting, Corbett Prep Middle School teachers support the student in developing the confidence, leadership, and character they will need in the future.
With opportunities to earn high school credits, our rigorous academics are aligned with the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme and are flexibly designed to meet individual needs. Variety and choice through specials, electives and clubs, athletic excellence and opportunity for all students, and a dedicated group of teachers who truly connect with each student blend to create a one-of-a-kind middle school experience.
Corbett Prep treats its Middle School students as leaders of the entire school, providing opportunities in on- and off-campus retreats for the students to practice leadership skills, discover their personal strengths, and work together as teams. Students in the Middle School and Intermediate Division also serve as buddies throughout the school year for Field Day, STEAM Fest, and other special activities.
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.