After School Programs
Learning doesn't stop at the end of the school. Lovett's After School Activities Program (ASAP) begins at 2:15 p.m. for our kindergarten students. Here, they select between several education activities that are generally theme-based, like using basic math and critical thinking skills to count the number of pollinators in the Lower School garden for the Georgia Pollinator Census!
At 3:15 p.m., our youngest Lions are joined by first through fifth grade students. Ample time is provided for homework, snacks, and activities that involve gross motor skills.
Lovett also offers enrichment classes for Lower School students. These classes encourage students to learn, grow, and have fun, and are always led by experienced instructors on campus. Offerings vary throughout the year, but include art, chess, basketball, gymnastics, karate, swim lessons, volleyball, and yoga!
After School Activities Program (ASAP)
After School Activities Program (ASAP) is a traditional after care program where students have an opportunity to complete homework and assignments during "homework time," experience structured and free-play activities and games, and engage with arts and crafts. ASAP provides child care for Lower School students after the school day until 6:00 p.m.
Throughout the academic year, Lower School children engage in programs led by experienced instructors. It is our mission to encourage students to learn, grow, and have fun by providing high-quality, reasonably priced programming in a safe, nurturing environment outside of the classroom. Classes are offered right after school and right on Lovett’s campus.
- How does my child get to their enrichment class?
- Where do kindergarten students go between dismissal and afternoon enrichment classes that begin at 3:30 p.m.?
- Why are some classes offered during only one session and not all year?
- How do the swimming enrichment classes work?
- How do I register my child for ASAP or Afternoon Enrichment?