The eighth-grade students began by considering the many ways they could make a difference in the world. Through the IB Community Project, students experienced the responsibility of completing a significant piece of work over an extended period of time and put their chosen subject into a global context
- Log in to the Parent Portal
- Sign up for Extended Day
- Sign up for Bus Service
- Order Lunch
- Explore Canvas
- Give to the Annual Fund
- Make a Tuition Payment
Our current families for 2018-19 and 2019-20 are invited to log in to Corbett Prep's Parent Portal, a password-protected site with important information and updates. You should have received a username in an email that provided instructions to set up your password.
You should have received an email with a username and instructions to set your password for MyCorbettPrep, our student information system. You will need to use the link provided to you the first time you log in. From there, it will prompt you to create your own password. You can submit your 2019-20 re-enrollment contract from that same site or if you would like to return at another time, you may come back to this page and log in with the same credentials here to access your contract as well as other important information.
If you still need to receive your username and password link, please email email@example.com or call the office at (813) 961-3087.
To reset your password, click here.
Canvas is Corbett Prep's learning management system (LMS). Students are enrolled in courses that correspond to their homeroom classes, specials, electives and clubs. It is designed to make teaching and learning easier by connecting all the digital tools and resources teachers use into one simple place.
Learn about the Canvas apps, read tutorials and find links for parent and student access here.
Corbett Prep Drama/Dance Teacher Julie Nelson traveled to New York in November to see one of her students appear on Broadway. A few months later, the fourth grader returned to Tampa with a surprise for his influential teacher.
This peahen spent Mother's Day sitting on her baby peacock eggs at Corbett Prep. Peacocks have called Corbett Prep/Independent Day School their home for 50 years. Middle School Science Teacher Gery Morey says farmers first brought the peacocks to the Carrollwood neighborhood as watchdogs for their orange groves.
Whether they helped in classrooms or with events, planned cookouts, filled Thursday Folders, chaperoned field trips, built sets for plays or served on committees, volunteers make Corbett Prep special.