Student Organizations and Clubs

All Lovett students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities, which may involve producing student publications, creating music, planning special events, competing in a sport, or performing community service. Student organizations comprise a vital part of the total education program in the Upper School.

These organizations provide a needed opportunity for students to show leadership, responsibility, and initiative in a setting designed to encourage independence and mature judgment. Each organization has a faculty advisor who is responsible for working with the students to encourage proper growth in these important areas of development.

Lovett's club Water Polo team capped off an exciting inaugural season by heading to the Cumming Aquatic Center on Saturday for the Georgia High School Water Polo State Tournament.

2017 Clubs

- Body Positivity Club
- Conspiracy Theory Club
- FOCUS Club
- Gender Equality Club
- Girls Learn International & Girl Up
- Global Discussion Club
- Homeless Pets Club
- Paws of Love
- The Ronald McDonald House Club
- Young Democratic Socialists
- Young Liberals
- Amigos Para Siempre Verde
- Asian Culture Club
- Chinese Language Appreciation and Review Club (CLARC)
- Culture Club
- Latin Club
- Spanish Culture Club
- Creative Writing Club
- Developers Club
- Esteemed Speakers Society
- Future Business Leaders of America
- Higher Dimensions Club
- Journalism Club
- Makers Club
- Model Arab League
- Young Investors Club
- Books and Breakfast
- Cloud Watching Club
- Comedy Club
- Dr. Seuss Club
- Fantasy Football
- FIFA Club
- Game of Thrones Club
- LARP Club
- Murder and Mystery
- Music Discussion & Appreciation Club
- NBA 2K Club
- Office Club
- Pencils and Paint
- Photography Club
- Pop Culture and Games
- Rock Paper Scissors Club (RPS)
- Rollerblading Club
- Video Game Appreciation Club
- Lovett Backpacking Team (LBT)
- Lovett Equestrian Club
- Outdoor Club

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