Four Corbett Prep musicians were among top students selected from across Florida to perform recently in All-State ensembles.
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.
See a classic movie musical come alive on stage as Corbett Prep's Community School of the Arts presents Singin' in the Rain Jr. Packed with clever dialogue and Hollywood standards, the show follows a starlet, leading man and a career in the balance as silent movies give way to sound.
Students in Corbett Prep's Community School of the Arts have worked since September on The Grunch and Singin' in the Rain Jr. Julie Nelson and Jarrett Koski direct both shows, which feature cast members from Corbett Prep and other schools.
The Community School of the Arts will feature two casts of high school students from throughout the Tampa Bay area in the corporate musical comedy "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." The students will perform in four shows on April 28-30 at Corbett Prep.
Everything is peachy for the fourth- and fifth-grade Warriors' Pride Chorus.
Since December, 71 fourth- and fifth-grade students in Warriors' Pride Chorus have rehearsed for Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach Jr., the "fantasmarific" journey of a young boy who sails across the Atlantic Ocean in a magical peach with his insect friends.
The show featured two casts, both of which performed in a daytime show for their peers and an evening show for family and friends.