2020 Summer School

The Lovett Summer School program provides an opportunity for Middle School and Upper School students from across Atlanta to master new material, receive individualized attention, and immerse themselves in new experiences through travel or experiential learning. Summer School includes both credit and non-credit academic courses, for repeat, enrichment, and move-ahead credit.
Classes listed below have switched to an online format. Please read the updated course descriptions and date changes listed for these virtual offerings. Contact the instructor or marc.mallet@lovett.org if you have any questions.
 

June 1-19

Geometry Fall: Grades 9-10
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Middle School Social Studies: Grades 7-9
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Middle School English: Grades 7-9
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Middle School Science: Grades 7-9
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Middle School Math: Grades 7-9
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Algebra I Refresher for Rising 9th Graders
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Foundations of the Western World: Grades 9-10
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Foundations of World Cultures: Grades 9-10
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Urban Virtual Experience: Grades 10-12
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Old Testament: Grades 10-12
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Foundations of Art: Grades 9-12
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Photography in ATL, Creative iPhone Photography: Grades 9-11
Good v. Evil: Moral and Religious Themes In The Movies: Grades 10-12
     * This course can be taken for either a religion or a fine arts credit
 

June 22 - July 10

Geometry Spring: Grades 9-10
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July 15-31 (Global Online Academy Courses)

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9/11 in a Global Context
Abnormal Psychology
Business Problem Solving
Computer Science I: Computational Thinking
Computer Science II: Java
Creative Nonfiction
Fiction Writing

Genocide and Human Rights
Introduction to Investments
Introduction to Psychology
Medical Problem Solving I
Micro Economics
Number Theory
Race and Society
Spanish Language Through Culture I






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  • Summer Speed Ahead Program

    The Academic Resource Center will offer K-12 students the opportunity to reinforce skills or acquire new skills over the summer through Speed Ahead. Students are contracted for a minimum of eight one-on-one sessions. All Speed Ahead tutors are Lovett ARC specialists; therefore, they have a thorough understanding of Lovett’s curriculum and academic expectations. Please contact Rebecca McGhee to request a tutor. Be sure to include your child's academic area of concern as well as summer availability.

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