Thespian Troupe 88622 will present a "tale as old as time" Oct. 12 and 13. Disney's Beauty and the Beast Jr. is Corbett Prep's entry into the Florida Junior Thespian Mainstage Competition, new this year for middle schools. A professional panel of judges is visiting middle schools across the state to screen full-length productions this fall for a chance to perform at the state thespian competition.
Inspiring Intellectual and Creative Confidence
PreK4 students hop from one square to another while their partners call out commands in technology class – an active lesson that helps them learn problem-solving skills for coding applications. In PE, students experience their own summer Olympics, with table tennis games, "swim" races on scooters, and gymnastic challenges. Music classes spill outside on beautiful days as students bring their instruments to the music deck to practice.
Specials classes at Corbett Prep immerse students in an array of classes designed to spark new interests, tap in to students' multiple intelligences, and create a mindset of infinite possibilities.
Research continues to support that to accelerate the learning process for students, schools need to make meaningful connections with music, art, dance, drama, physical education, international languages, STEAM, and technology.
Our Specials staff adds joy, imagination, creativity, energy, and confidence to the lives of our students every day.
A Corbett Prep fourth grader is making his Broadway debut in Kinky Boots. He is the second Corbett Prep student to appear on Broadway this year.
CAMP IDS students in kindergarten through middle school come to experience what it takes to put on a production in this intensive musical theatre camp. In just two weeks, they learn their lines, songs, dances and set changes. The students will perform Through the Looking Glass on June 22 and 23 at Corbett Prep.
Juliana Juarez, Corbett Prep Class of 2018, will have her artwork displayed in the statewide student Surrealist Art Exhibit at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg this summer.
The annual art exhibit, which this year runs from May 19-August 26, features work from middle and high school students that reflects the ideas and techniques of Dali and other surrealist artists.
More than 40 Community School of the Arts students are appearing in Dear Edwina Jr., a charming family-friendly musical where kids share their advice on life. The students are in first through eighth grade and will appear in four shows May 11 and 12, 2018.