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Corbett Prep offers the IB program for PreK3 through eighth grade.

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Corbett Prep's website has a new password-protected Parent Portal that we hope makes it easy for you to find all the information you need. The private portal gives you access to update your family information, re-enroll online, and sign up for lunch, bus service, extended day and more.

As part of our online re-enrollment, everyone was sent an email on Fri., Jan. 4 with a username and instructions to set your password for MyCorbettPrep, our student information system. For your privacy this link expired on Tues., Jan. 8th. If you need a new link to set your password, please email or call the office at (813) 961-3087. Please remember that for online protection, this link will also expire in 72 hours.

Learn more about HEADS' LETTER: Jan. 10, 2019

Students across the Corbett Prep campus have been busy participating in Computer Science Education Week, a program that challenges students around the world to code for at least an hour. Technology teachers and leaders, Mr. Tim Mimbs (middle school) and Mrs. Madonna Davis (elementary), stretch our students' young minds by completing months of coding through various platforms and in multiple coding languages.

Kindergarten through 5th grade use a platform called Kodable, a program written specifically to educate kids about computer science. As students navigate through various Kodable worlds, they learn computational thinking, programming concepts, problem-solving skills, sequencing, and much more. In the Middle School, students have been learning to code in popular programming languages JavaScript, Swift, and Python. Coding drives entire units of learning in grades 6-8, giving students opportunities to go above and beyond utilizing an important life skill in the 21st Century.

Learn more about HEADS' LETTER: Dec. 13, 2018
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