Experiential Education

Recognizing the importance of learning that occurs outside the classroom, Lovett incorporates experiential education into the curriculum at all levels.
In the Lower School, fifth grade students participate in Nature's Classroom, a trip that supports and enhances traditional classroom learning by employing creative and practical applications of subjects taught in school. The program seeks to promote individual and cooperative learning, enhance self-esteem, and encourage team building.

In the Middle School, sixth grade students travel to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to experience its history, geology, and culture. Other grades venture to New York City and Washington, D.C., for educational learning mixed with fellowship and fun.

In the Upper School, the Service Initiation for the Ninth Grade (SING) is designed as a meaningful service-learning experience for Lovett ninth graders. A program for tenth graders, River Awareness for Tenth Graders (RAFT), is focused on the ecology of the Chattahoochee River. The annual Junior Outdoor Expedition (JOE) takes the rising senior class to the Pisgah National Forest for five days and four nights of backpacking and rock climbing.

During the senior year, students are encouraged to pursue independent, off campus work through a Senior Project.

Several scholarship funds are available to assist Lovett students who want to extend their education beyond the walls of traditional classrooms in these and other ways. For more information on these scholarship funds, contact the Financial Aid Office.

The Lovett School is an independent, coeducational day school where children from Kindergarten through Grade 12 find the courage to explore and the drive to discover.

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