Two adults-only sessions at Corbett Prep will address the challenges of parenting in the digital age. On Feb. 20, attorney Lori Smith will share "The Parent's Playbook," discussing the top 10 mistakes kids make online. On March 27, parents will watch the documentary Screenagers and participate in a discussion with psychologist Dr. Wendy Rice.
Corbett Prep Middle School students are gaining more than STEM knowledge as they set up the new aquaponics system on campus! It's a lesson in problem solving and creative thinking. The Tampa Bay Times visited Corbett Prep recently to learn more about aquaponics and how the program benefits students.
Four Corbett Prep musicians were among top students selected from across Florida to perform recently in All-State ensembles.
Experience Corbett Prep's dynamic learning environment and learn what sets the school apart during a tour and Admissions Open House this spring. Corbett Prep, a private school for PreK3 through 8th grade, will host Admissions Open Houses for prospective families at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 1 and Tuesday, March 6.
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.
Canvas, Corbett Prep's Learning Management System, is used by top universities and colleges all over the world and now by the incredible students and teachers at Corbett Prep! Corbett Prep's Director of Instructional Technology, Mike Johnson, will lead three training sessions for parents this month on Jan. 16 and 19.
Published annually, the Corbett Prep Press highlights some of the dynamic, meaningful, and creative educational experiences that occur at Corbett Prep every day and contribute to the school’s joyful, brain-friendly learning environment.
Research shows that students are more likely to achieve academically when they are involved in a learning environment that is emotionally healthy, stimulating, and sets high expectations.
Parents who want to help their children make smart choices online are invited to learn from the experts at two upcoming evening presentations at Corbett Prep.
The adults-only sessions will address the challenges of parenting in the digital age. On Feb. 20, attorney Lori Smith will share "The Parent's Playbook," discussing the top 10 mistakes kids make online. On March 27, parents will watch the documentary Screenagers and participate in a discussion with psychologist Dr. Wendy Rice.
Both sessions are appropriate for all parents, especially those with students in fifth through eighth grade. They will help adults learn more about social media, protecting children online, how screen time affects kids and more.
Last weekend, Corbett Prep was represented by 16 Middle School students at the largest Junior Thespian Festival competition in the world in Orlando, FL. There were over 4,500 students, parents, and coaches registered for the state competition, and Troupe 88622 came ready to compete! The individual event competition showcased our troupe competing in nine individual events. Every one of our events earned a medal, receiving a score of either Excellent or Superior! Only those acts that have been awarded Critic's Choice earn the right to perform at the closing ceremony. Troupe 88622 Eighth Grader Elena Tarpley and Seventh Grader Mercy Roberts were Critic's Choice for their Duet Musical "Some Things Are Meant to Be." Critic's Choice performers were honored to perform for 2,500+ people at Orlando's Chapin Theatre.