Before they move up to middle school, Corbett Prep students take time to reflect on lessons they learned in the International Baccalaureate Programme and how they can use this knowledge from the IB perspective to give back to the community. Please join the fifth grade class on Friday at one of two performances of their Exhibition where they share what they have learned to inspire others.
Encouraging International Mindedness
Global perspectives pervade the entire curriculum. An internationally diverse student body and partner schools in Spain, Sweden, China, and Canada that have adopted some or all of our model provide students first-hand experience with other languages, cultures, and traditions.
Encouraging personal, international connections is important at Corbett Prep and helps prepare its students for the future by teaching them to think globally.
Read about our International Baccalaureate Programme.
Corbett Prep students in third, fourth and fifth grade Spanish classes studied the cultural traditions surrounding piñatas before crafting their own and using their language skills to present them to classmates.
An international study program with Corbett Prep and Colegios Ramón y Cajal in Madrid continues to thrive. Students build friendships and an appreciation for other cultures. As an International Baccalaureate school, Corbett Prep seeks to encourage a sense of international mindedness.
Comprehensive projects that combine research with community outreach give fifth and eighth graders an opportunity to showcase skills they have honed as IB students. Whether students are raising money for disease research, collecting donations for the needy or increasing awareness about little-known causes, they reflect issues that are close to their hearts.