"Bringing Education to a Whole New level"
The Corbin School of Innovation’s Mission is to enhance each student’s educational success by providing unique and personalized learning strategies to meet individual needs and situations. Our Vision is to dedicate our time, energy, and resources to providing education for every student to reach the fullest potential.
Our School Programs
The Corbin School of Innovation Programs are built on Four Main Pillars
Montessori Education 3. Personalized Learning
Blended Virtual Learning 4. Project-Based Learning
“ The hands are the instruments of human intelligence.”
-Dr. Maria Montessori
The Montessori Method on the Elementary Level is primarily focused on concrete, hands-on learning experiences in a specially prepared classroom environment that is organized to precisely develop the necessary foundational cognitive skills for success in higher abstract concepts. The skills obtained during the Elementary phase are essential for success in problem solving, mathematical processes, reading comprehension, deep concentration, functional coordination, independence, and understanding. Montessori education is built to grow with each child's individual needs.
"The chief symptom of adolescence is a state of expectation, a tendency towards creative work and a need for the strengthening of self-confidence.”
- Dr. Maria Montessori
Montessori Middle School is characterized by a student-centered, constructivist approach that enables adolescents to manage time, exercise choice, organize themselves, and practice self-regulation and reflection within a group context. The classroom environment is designed to integrate vigorous, student-centered academic studies with purposeful work, preparing adolescents to become contributing adult-citizens who are self-confident and who possess skills needed to thrive in society
Montessori High School
"Study should not be restricted by the curricula of existing secondary schools…the aim should be to widen education instead of restricting it.”
- Dr. Maria Montessori
Montessori High School students engage in independent, interest-based research projects that integrate core curricular areas and electives. The scope of these projects matches the developmental level of the students. Emphasizing the nobility of work—that is, meaningful work done with humanity and purpose. The curriculum allows for differentiation and choice, supports engagement and focus on all work tasks, and promotes mastery learning. Lessons and activities encourage active engagement, questioning and dialogue. Students use self-evaluations and rubrics to reflect on and selfassess their learning.
One of the first innovative programs offered by the Corbin School of Innovation, KAPPA is a full homeschooling program that provides curriculum, certified teacher support, and a blended learning environment that incorporates self-paced learning with group activities to enhance student potential.
“The most important work you will ever do will be within the walls of your own home.”
-Harold B. Lee
Appalachian Film School
“Movies touch our hearts and awaken our vision, and change the way we see things.”
- Martin Scorsese
Our Goal is to develop the creative, scholarly, and entrepreneurial principles and practices of film and television with a variety of classes and industry-standard equipment. Our students are involved in each part of the filmmaking process giving them real-world experiences and the tools they need to achieve success as they pursue their dreams!