Ray D. Corbett Junior High School offers the district's 7th and 8th grade students a full curriculum of academic courses, as well as a large array of extracurricular activities. A seven-period day provides the framework for both accelerated and regular instruction in the major subject areas, including computer technology, as well as a variety of other elective courses. Students may choose from Spanish, band, choir, theater arts, journalism, art, industrial technology, career exploration, and health. Special education, content mastery, and reading improvement courses are available as needed. Corbett students may belong to the Student Council, National Junior Honor Society, FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes), and yearbook/newspaper staff. Opportunities are also available for students to participate in cheerleading, sports, and UIL competitions.