The educational program at Corbett Prep is designed to meet the learning needs of college-bound children of average to superior ability. Students are admitted without regard to race, color, creed, sex, national, or ethnic origin.Students are expected to comply with the school’s rules and procedures and to meet the school’s academic and behavioral standards as a condition of continuation and re-enrollment.
After February 1, students are admitted at all grade levels on a space-available basis. Preference is given in admissions decisions to the siblings of current students.
In the event of a waiting pool situation, admissions decisions are made on the basis of applicants’ relative qualifications rather than dates of application.
- Schedule a Visit
- Complete the Application
- Arrange Your Child's Visit
- Submit Records and Forms
- Check Your Status
Set a date to have your child visit a classroom with his or her peers. Contact Admissions Assistant Dawn Bronson in the Office of Admissions at (813) 961-3087 or email@example.com to schedule the visit.
K-8th Grade Applicants: Authorize your child’s present school to release all records (official transcript, annual testing results, etc.) to the Corbett Prep Office of Admissions.
K- 5th Grade Applicants: Please give confidential reference forms to two teachers who have had your child in class. Ask them to mail forms directly to the Corbett Prep Office of Admissions.
For Middle School applicants, please ask your child's current English teacher to provide one of the two required recommendation forms.
We also request a writing sample, assigned and graded by your child's current language arts teacher, for students applying to 1st-8th grades.
Admissions decisions are based on many factors and may vary depending upon the grade. The criteria may include the applicant's potential for success in a college preparatory program, academic record, teacher recommendations, student visit, and readiness. Our admissions staff is always available to answer questions or assist in any way!