The entire school gathered to watch runners in third through eighth grade test their limits in Spring 2018 at Corbett Prep's ninth annual Mile Run Championship. Students had to qualify for the event by running a specific time during their physical education classes.
CAMP IDS students in kindergarten through middle school come to experience what it takes to put on a production in this intensive musical theatre camp. In just two weeks, they learn their lines, songs, dances and set changes. The students will perform Through the Looking Glass on June 22 and 23 at Corbett Prep.
Juliana Juarez, Corbett Prep Class of 2018, will have her artwork displayed in the statewide student Surrealist Art Exhibit at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg this summer.
The annual art exhibit, which this year runs from May 19-August 26, features work from middle and high school students that reflects the ideas and techniques of Dali and other surrealist artists.
More than 40 Community School of the Arts students are appearing in Dear Edwina Jr., a charming family-friendly musical where kids share their advice on life. The students are in first through eighth grade and will appear in four shows May 11 and 12, 2018.
Eighth-grader Bianca de Quesada's examination of how the electoral college works and the importance of voting in swing states earned her recognition in C-SPAN's 2018 StudentCam competition. Her documentary, "Does My Vote Count," was among 150 prize winners nationally in the annual contest that attracted nearly 3,000 entries.
Five Corbett Prep seventh graders earned high enough scores on the SAT or ACT to qualify for state recognition through the 2018 Duke University Talent Identification Program's Seventh Grade Talent Search.
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.
All summer reading assignments were sent home in Thursday folders at the end of the year. Please remind your children to have the reading and assignments completed prior to coming back to school on AUGUST 15! That first week is all about working with those assignments when they return!! If you need anything, including helping our students understand the importance of making the most of summer moments for learning, we are all here to help! The start of school will be full of reasons to celebrate learning and to dive in right from the beginning in the same way that every moment is key at the end of the year! Thank you, parents, for your partnership is helping our students/ your terrific kids be successful!
Corbett Prep's dress code is designed to support choices in unique ways within boundaries through color, style and fabric. Dress code expectations for Monday through Thursday are changing for the 2018-19 school year, allowing teachers to focus on teaching and building positive classroom environments rather than functioning as dress code monitors. Online ordering is coming soon!