Peacock Classic and Tailgate After-Party: Registration is open for our annual golf tournament and social on Dec. 4 at Westchase Golf Club. The Peacock Classic begins at 12:30 p.m., and the party kicks off at 4 p.m. with games, a cookout and a viewing of the SEC championship. These events are adult only, and you can choose to attend one or both. It's certain to be a great time, and the money raised supports Corbett Prep!
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We are thrilled to welcome grandparents and "grandfriends" back to campus on Friday, Nov. 19 to celebrate one of our favorite Corbett Prep traditions – Grandparents' Day! This is a special event for grandparents and grandfriends only. Parents will have the opportunity to see student performances on Fine Arts Night on Nov. 30 or Dec. 2 (more information coming soon). Our Grandparents' Day format is slightly different this year to spread out the crowds. Students will perform for about half an hour in designated spots around campus. Special receptions will follow for each group.
We are thrilled to welcome grandparents and "grandfriends" back to campus on Friday, Nov. 19 to celebrate one of our favorite Corbett Prep traditions – Grandparents' Day! Last year you watched our video online, but this year we are bringing back the live performances and receptions. Although the format is different from previous years, the day remains a celebration of the arts, giving our students the valuable opportunity to perform and present in front of crowds and brighten everyone's day.
The Florida Council of Independent Schools honored Dr. Joyce Burick Swarzman with the 2021 Edgar McCleary Service Award, a special recognition for a "teacher's teacher" who has given generously of his or her time to further the mission of FCIS schools.
Empty boxes turned into excavators, alien spaceships and princess castles as PreK4 students stretched their imaginations to begin their International Baccalaureate unit on play this week. Teachers gave students cardboard boxes and piles of craft supplies and set them loose to create whatever they wanted. The students loved the challenge!
The IB unit's central idea is that people can learn and express themselves through creativity and play. By exploring self expression, idea development and real-versus-imagined situations, students will learn to consider new perspectives, examine how play inspires ideas and ask "what if" questions that broaden their world.