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Athletics Aid in Developing the Whole Child

Athletics and Physical Education play vital roles in Lovett's mission to educate the whole child. Our Lions are offered a range of developmentally appropriate experiences from early childhood programs in the Lower School through competitive varsity sports in the Upper School. Physical education and interscholastic athletic programs provide opportunities for students to grow physically, socially, and emotionally.

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Athletics by the Numbers

Lovett baseball has been an incredible experience with a lot of good memories. The skills and lessons I have acquired so far have allowed me to grow as an athlete and a person. I have learned more about teamwork, leadership, time management, and character building while playing at Lovett than anywhere else.

Daniel Sams '24

I love playing lacrosse at Lovett! Being part of a team at Lovett has been such a great experience because I have made great friends, and I am always improving as an athlete.

Carlisle Stone '25

My athletic experiences at Lovett have definitely been unforgettable. Even through the ups and downs of the season, when our team really comes together and plays the best we can, it is an amazing thing to see.

Talen Frett '25

These past couple of years on cheer have been so much fun! I have made so many valuable friendships and created so many memories. I definitely would say that cheerleading has been a prominent part of my Lovett experience, and I am so grateful for it!

Anna Jaje '24

Lovett athletics require a lot of work, but it’s exciting to go out there and give your best effort. It’s always fun to improve and win, but it’s the people that I get to spend time with that make sports like basketball and track such enjoyable experiences.

William Zelnak '24

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