2021 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.
Summer Programs will be run in adherence to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendations for camps and parameters identified by the state government.


Dates and Courses Grades Links
June 7-10
Driver’s Ed 15 years old Register
June 7-18
Urban Experience 10-12 Register
June 7-25
Geometry Fall Semester 9,10 Register
Foundations of the Western World 9,10 Register
Foundations of World Cultures 9,10 Register
Old Testament 10-12 Register
June 14-25
Foundations of Art 9-12 Register
June 28 - July 16
Geometry Spring Semester 9,10 Register
July 12-23
Bridge to AP Calculus 11, 12 Register
July 19-21
College Counseling Workshop AM session 12 Register
College Counseling Workshop PM session 12 Register


Global Online Academy:
June 6 - July 30
Grades Links
Global Online Academy Courses 9-12
911 In a Global Context 9-12
Genocide and Human Rights 9-12
Abnormal Psychology 9-12
Introduction to Investments 9-12
Academic English Accelerator 9-12
Introduction to Legal Thinking 9-12
Business Problem Solving 9-12
Introduction to Psychology 9-12
Computer Science 1: Computational Thinking 9-12
Medical Problem Solving 9-12
Computer Science 2: Java 9-12
Microeconomics 9-12
Creative Non-Fiction Writing 9-12
Number Theory 9-12
Cyber Security 9-12
Personal Finance 9-12
Digital Photography 9-12
Race and Society 9-12
Fiction Writing 9-12
Spanish Language Through Culture 9-12


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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 click here for more information and sign-up details.

Summer School FAQs

List of 6 frequently asked questions.

  • What is the dress policy?

    The dress for summer school is casual. Shorts and sandals are acceptable, but bare feet are not.
  • What is the attendance policy?

    In case of illness, please contact Ted Gilbreath, 
    Director of Strategic Programs. The student must bring a signed note from his/her parent the day following the absence.

    Make-up work is the student’s responsibility. The student should consult class syllabi, classmates, or the teacher for assignments. If the absence occurs on the day of a scheduled test or quiz or the due date of a written assignment, the student completes that work on the day of return. If the absence occurs the day before the test, the student must take any assessment as scheduled. Once a student has arrived on campus, he/she may not leave campus until dismissed by the teacher.

    If there is an emergency situation, parents must contact the summer school director. If a student has more than five late arrivals (after 8:10 am), he/she is in jeopardy of not receiving credit for the course. Doctor’s appointments must be scheduled after school hours.

    Because summer school is very concentrated, an absence of one day is the equivalent of missing over a week of the regular school year. Therefore, having more than one absence will result in the withholding of credit for a course.?? NOTE: Due to the full day schedule and the experiential nature of the Urban Experience course, an absence of more than four hours (half day) during Urban Experience will result in the withholding of the credit for the course.??

    Once a student has arrived on campus, he/she may not leave campus until dismissed by the teacher.
  • Are summer school classes open to non-Lovett students?

    Classes are open to students from outside of The Lovett School.
  • Are there special rules for Field Trips?

    Students must turn in permission forms, signed by their parents, for selected field trips.
  • What is the Summer School withdrawal policy?

    A student may withdraw from an academic summer school course during the first three days of the course with no transcript notation. In the event of a student-initiated course withdrawal on the 4th or 5th day of the class, the transcript will indicate one of the following, depending on the student’s grade at the time of the withdrawal: WP (Withdrawn-Passing) or WF (Withdrawn-Failing). No student-initiated withdrawals are permitted after the first week of class.

    In accordance with our refund policy, no refund is made when a student withdraws less than two weeks before the start of a summer program. In case of withdrawal due to illness, the family and the summer program will share the loss equally. Written notice from a physician may be required before the refund is issued.Any deviation to this policy will be at the discretion of the Ted Gilbreath, Director of Strategic Programs.
  • What is summer school / study skills course refund policy?

    The Lovett School reserves the right to cancel any portion of a Summer Program in case of unforeseen circumstances. Refunds will be issued. In the event a child withdraws two weeks prior to the program start date, a tuition refund will be made, minus a $50 non-refundable processing fee. If a child withdraws fewer than two weeks prior to the start date, no refund will be made. In case of withdrawal due to illness, the family and the summer program will share the loss equally. Written notice from a physician may be required before the refund is issued.
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