4075 Paces Ferry Road NW, Atlanta
The Lovett School, founded in 1926 by Eva Edwards Lovett, is an Atlanta independent school serving children in Kindergarten through Grade 12. Lovett seeks to develop young men and women of honor, faith, and wisdom with the character and intellect to thrive in college and in life.
Lovett provides integrated experiences in academics, arts, athletics, and service. Lovett’s reach extends beyond the Buckhead neighborhood – students come from 68 zip codes across Atlanta – and even into South America, where Lovett maintains 825 acres of Ecuadoran cloudforest as a preserve and research center.
Experiential learning opportunities are key aspects of the student experience, with class trips in grades 5-11, junior internships, and senior projects. Partnerships with the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Georgia Aquarium, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, and High Museum of Art, among others, allow learning to extend throughout the city.
Lovett’s challenging college-preparatory curriculum includes 29 honors and 22 Advanced Placement courses, elective options such as honors astronomy, marine biology, and linear algebra, and interdisciplinary classes such as History of Global Nonviolence and The Holocaust and the History of Genocide. Studios and makerspaces in all three school divisions nurture curiosity and creativity and support the school’s commitment to design thinking, project-based learning, and STEAM initiatives.
For more information, visit www.lovett.org.