Careers at Lovett

The teachers are people of vision and background whom you would be likely to find interesting… 

Eva Edwards Lovett, school founder, ca. 1935

The Lovett School offers an education rooted in learning, character, and community, with a commitment to continuous improvement of our school, our city, our society, our environment, and our world. The school, located on 100 acres next to the Chattahoochee River in the residential part of Buckhead, serves 1,666 students in grades K-12, drawn from 11 counties across the greater Atlanta metropolitan area. Lovett selectively enrolls students from all ethnic, cultural, racial, and religious backgrounds who can benefit from the school’s challenging academic program. One hundred percent of Lovett students are admitted to four-year colleges and universities across the country.

Mrs. Eva Edwards Lovett founded the school in 1926 to educate the whole child: intellectually, emotionally, physically, aesthetically, morally, and spiritually. Students are encouraged to nurture their curiosities, finding and cultivating their individual voices as they pursue academic studies as varied as Mandarin Chinese, Robotics, and Marine Biology. Eighty-two percent of Lovett’s students compete in one or more of the 50 Upper School and 26 Middle School teams fielded in 15 sports. Ninety percent of students participate in the fine arts, led by a visual and performing arts faculty that includes 47 professional artists. Lovett students and employees are known throughout Atlanta for their commitment to civic and global engagement rooted in servant leadership.

Lovett faculty have an average of 17 years of teaching experience and are actively engaged in their own professional development. The school provides generous support for professional development and continuing education during the school year and throughout the summer.
The Lovett School
4075 Paces Ferry Road, N.W. Atlanta GA 30327-3009
(404) 262-3032
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