Who is a Lovett Student?
Our Vision for Learning
Lovett offers experiences that inspire our students to love learning. We encourage them to think critically, communicate effectively, engage creatively, and collaborate purposefully.
American Studies students engaged in conversation about issues surrounding this year's election cycle with students at The Urban School of San Francisco.
Advanced Algebra students incorporate art into their studies of scatter plots and linear regression.
As part of their study of Jamestown, fourth graders wrote "I am" poems in the voice of a person they had studied.
Second graders used the design thinking process to create ways to solve the drought problem at fictional Gooseberry Park.
After studying Roman graffiti and handwriting, Latin 4 and 5 classes created graffiti and political signs in the style of the Romans, creating their own "Roman wall."