Upper School

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Administration

List of 10 items.

  • Dan Alig

    Head of Upper School
  • Courtney Hooker

    12th Grade Dean, Director of Student Life
  • Patrick Boswell

    11th Grade Dean, Director of Studies
  • Tom Moak

    10th Grade Dean
  • Shelly Anderson

    9th Grade Dean
  • Jessica Jaret Sant

    Director of College Counseling
  • Chase Jones

    Director of School Counseling
  • Chuck Melito

    Assistant Head of Upper School
  • Kelly Scott

    Administrative Assistant
  • Angela Morris-Long

    Attendance Manager, Office Manager
The Upper School curriculum instills core values surrounding honesty, respect, courage, compassion, and integrity, and develops global citizens committed to servant leadership and sustainability. The school achieves these aims through a vibrant and challenging college-preparatory curriculum that includes 29 honors and 22 Advanced Placement (AP) courses, elective options such as honors astronomy and marine biology, and interdisciplinary classes such as History of Global Nonviolence, The Holocaust and the History of Genocide, and African Studies. 

Students complement their curriculum with robust offerings in athletics, arts, service, and clubs. 79% of Upper School students participate in interscholastic athletics, and 82% of Upper School students take advantage of Lovett’s fine arts offerings.

Experiential learning opportunities are another key aspect of the Upper School experience. In ninth grade, Service Initiation for Ninth Graders (SING) provides an opportunity for students foster a stronger sense of community with their Lovett peers and within the city of Atlanta. Through River Awareness for Tenth Graders (RAFT), sophomores experience and appreciate the Chattahoochee River by spending a day rafting and cleaning the riverbanks. And juniors embark on Junior Outdoor Expedition (JOE), five days and four nights in the Pisgah National Forest.

Throughout, Lovett faculty are committed to supporting student growth through meaningful, personal interactions that foster the intellectual skills and personal qualities necessary to thrive in a complex and dynamic world.
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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