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CAMP IDS 2018: Where Everyone Has a Great Time

A fixture in Tampa for two decades, CAMP IDS continues to grow and expand, adding 18 new camps this year. CAMP IDS now offers more than 100 camps for PreK3 through high school.

Kids can select from half- or full-day camps during seven weeks of sessions from June 11 to July 27, 2018. Every week includes opportunities in technology, sports, recreation, academics and the arts, as well as field trip camps to age-appropriate venues.

Sixth Grade Experiences the Aquifer in Rainbow River Trip

After studying aquifers in the classroom and testing water quality of the school's Lake Lipsey, Corbett Prep sixth graders visited the Rainbow River to see for themselves the flora and fauna that thrive there. The snorkeling field trip inspires conversations about what humans do to affect the environment and how they can keep the aquifer safe for years to come.

Students Present 2nd Annual STEAM Symposium
Twenty-two fifth through eighth graders displayed their hard work and creativity exploring topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art of Design and Mathematics fields at Corbett Prep's second annual STEAM Symposium! Students shared research, experiments, inventions and programming related to areas that interested them. Subjects included virtual reality, solar power, firework chemistry, assistive technology and brain science.
Presentations for Parents: Teens and Technology

Two adults-only sessions at Corbett Prep will address the challenges of parenting in the digital age. On Feb. 20, attorney Lori Smith will share "The Parent's Playbook," discussing the top 10 mistakes kids make online. On March 27, parents will watch the documentary Screenagers and participate in a discussion with psychologist Dr. Wendy Rice.


In the News: Middle School Aquaponics

Corbett Prep Middle School students are gaining more than STEM knowledge as they set up the new aquaponics system on campus! It's a lesson in problem solving and creative thinking. The Tampa Bay Times visited Corbett Prep recently to learn more about aquaponics and how the program benefits students.


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.

The Benefits of the K-8th Grade School

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.