• About Me

    Name: Kimberly A. Corbi
    School:  Upper Merion Area Middle School
    Room No.:  C114
    Position:    5-8 Leadership Instructor

    Email:  KCorbi@umasd.org

    Phone: 610-205-8891


              I would like to introduce myself......My name is Kim Corbi.  I attended West Chester University for Elementary Education. I received my Master's Degree from Immaculata University in Counseling Psychology.  I have my Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Certificates.  
            I have been with the Upper Merion Area School District since 1999 working as a school counselor in the Guidance Office.  Beginning in the 2021-2022 school year, I moved into the classroom as the teacher for our 5/6 and 7/8 Leadership Courses. 
    My hobbies are anything that has to do with art, creating or designing. I love to paint (on canvas- not walls :-), colored pencil paintings, working with wood, digital photography and general crafting. I just love learning new skills....next venture....wood burning.  My favorite hobby though is .....hobbies. It is the learning aspect I enjoy the most.
    I want students to always try new things....there is a hidden talent below the surface they haven't discovered yet. They will never know unless they keep learning and trying new things. 
              On a personal note,......I  reside in Chester County.  I have two children - who are not children at all... my daughter is 20 and my son is 26.  My daughter attends West Chester University for Studio Art and American Sign Language.  My son graduated from West Chester University with his degree in Elementary Education (following in my footsteps) and a minor in Special Education.  He is pursuing his Music Education certification and teaches elementary music to grades K-3 at a district in Delaware. 
    So students (and parents), I say to you....try to do something you have never done before.....  Whether it is a building, playing an instrument, a craft or trade, piece of technology, or topic........you should always stretch yourself to learn something new.
Last Modified on August 23, 2022