Athletics at Corbett Prep is an extensive year-round program that balances teamwork with competition. Corbett Prep is a member of the Florida West Coast League (FWCL). All eligible students are encouraged to participate in the program, and teams include many intermediate students as well as the majority of middle schoolers.
Coaches set the tone by creating a positive experience that emphasizes physical fitness, personal growth, teamwork, and meeting students' personal goals.
The program combines age-appropriate physical education with a variety of developmental, intramural, and competitive sports that meets the needs of all students.
All students in PreK3- 8th grade participate in physical education. Elementary students in the Intermediate Division and all Middle School students are encouraged to join after-school sports programs as well. Students annually compete on one or more of 20 teams in nine different sports.
Available after school for elementary students in grades 3-5 as part of our After-School Activities Program. Skill development and camaraderie are the focus. Students of all ages can also sign up for youth sports programs through Corbett Prep's Community School for Sports.
Middle School Sports Teams
In the Middle School, a great majority of our students choose to play on one or more athletic teams over the course of the year. In the fall, teams include soccer, cross country, and volleyball. In the winter, students may run track, play basketball, and join the cheerleading squad or wrestling team. And in the spring, teams include baseball, softball, and tennis teams,
Corbett Prep has long been committed to the belief that every student who goes out for a team and makes a conscientious effort should regularly participate in the team’s games, regardless of skill level.
Please contact Athletic Director Rob Heller for more information at (813) 961-3087.
Winter SportsCorbett Prep parents will sign up through the Parent Portal to register for Boys and Girls Basketball.
We encourage our athletes to keep a balance between their commitment to the team and their academic responsibilities. Athletes are expected to meet academic and behavioral requirements in order to participate in athletics. In order to stay on a team, students must maintain academic grades of C or above and conduct and effort ratings in the Satisfactory to Exceeds Expectations range.
Community School for Sports
Community School for Sports (CSS) is a program at Corbett Prep that allows student athletes to learn skills in a positive, goal-oriented environment. The youth sports program is open to students of all ages throughout the region, regardless of where they go to school.Read More