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For senior Tep Seth's final art project for the Holocaust and the History of Genocide class, she found her voice in the form of a tree.
Seventh graders kicked off a six-day sustainability design challenge: an immersive, interdisciplinary, collaborative experience that revolved around the three spheres of sustainability: environmental, economic, and social.
French IV Honors students designed, developed, and printed monuments to commemorate Francophone history.
Students explored sustainability, via Instagram, through three lenses: social, economic, and environmental, considering what sustainability means on campus and in their personal lives. The lesson is documented on Instagram @LionScienceMS.
"Ms. Mack got us some cool new glazes with crystals to go on our pots," he said. "Because of an error, our class found out that if you mixed clear glaze with the new crystal glaze, it created a really pretty effect."
"This class has given me the opportunity to solidify the abstract concepts that surround us and communicate them clearly, openly, and with compassion." --Lovett senior enrolled in World Religions
The Academic Technology team represented the school at a booth where they taught visitors how to build a Brushbot.
Lower School art students donated paintings to the Art Initiative organization. The artwork is on exhibit at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Scottish Rite and satellite locations. The work is part of a permanent display for people in the hospital to enjoy.
Chu'er "Sophia" Yan has been named to the New Oasis Student Advisory Board. New Oasis International Education is an organization that promotes educational opportunities for international students in the United States.
Eighth grade students turn their organic chemistry knowledge into sculptures that are personally and scientifically meaningful.
Computer Science students were challenged to create electronic paper sculptures as an introduction to physical computing.
Inspired by Brandon Stanton's Humans of New York, seventh graders interviewed and photographed members of the Lovett community to learn the value of the individual story and the significance of diverse voices and life experiences.
Upper School Spanish VI Honors students spent the year researching interesting ideas and then presenting them in the form of short Ted-style talks.
French V Honors students designed, developed, and printed monuments to commemorate Francophone history.
Students in AP Physics C create a computer model of a mass oscillating on a spring.
Third graders explore reading, writing, coding, and animation—all at the same time!
Sixth grade math students helped Atlanta Habitat with an on-campus build.
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.
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."
Service learning doesn't begin or end with the service experience itself.
Upper School Chinese students reenact NBC's The Voice with Chinese songs they've learned in class.
Fourth graders created a boat inspired by Salvador Dali's "Ship with Butterfly Sails."
Emma Quarterman '16 and Estee Park '16 have been invited to present their TED-Ed talks in New York City.
Upper School math students recently visited the Swan Coach House Gallery to learn about math concepts through visual arts.
On Wednesday, August 31, a panel of refugees spoke to Lovett 8th, 9th, and 10th graders.
This July, Upper School photography teacher Karey Walter, teaching assistant and professional photographer Maddie Park '10, and nine students traveled to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico for a 10-day advanced photography class.
Upper School Spanish 6 Honors students spent the year researching interesting ideas and then presenting them in the form of short Ted-style talks. Their speeches were delivered in both Spanish and English.
Julia Frank's senior AP classes were part of an experiment of letting the students choose what they wanted to read during the school year. Was it a success?
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