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Eighth grade advanced English students spent 20 percent of their time this school year pursing personal projects.
Modern Global Studies students identify global environmental challenges and possible local responses to those issues.
Lovett faculty have focused intentionally on how we teach creativity.
6th grade English classes honor the children who died in the Holocaust.
Photo II students develop their artistic voices through digital image editing.
The Innovation Intramural is about to take to the skies!
A collaborative cross-divisional, cross-curricular, and cross-cultural project between Lovett third grade students studying Spanish, eighth grade art students, and middle school students from Spain.
Students create 3-D models to learn about covalent bonding.
Environmental Science teacher Jennifer King and the Visual Arts Department teamed up to create a unique educational experience.
For the past 3 years, Mrs. Agnes Browning's French 5/6 students have worked in collaboration with an artist in residence from Tate Gallery in London to compete in Dis-moi 10 Mots.
Lovett students swept the First Jiangsu Cup Chinese Speech Contest for Georgia high school students.
Lower School teachers facilitate hands-on experiences for students to collaborate and incorporate making and design projects into their daily lives.
The power of stories was readily apparent in a recent Photography III project, led by Karey Walter and Joni Janis.
Sixth grade math students participated in a new and unique way to create, investigate, and learn about fractions.
A number of classrooms across Lovett's campus are outfitted with floor-to-ceiling writable walls, which teachers use in a variety of ways to bring to life Lovett's Vision for Learning.
Lovett hosted its first booth at the 5th annual Atlanta Maker Faire in Decatur on October 3 & 4.
In early September, Lovett teachers had a chance to grow as "makers", during a lunch and learn MakerExpo.
Katy McDougal's 8th grade art class is using Instagram to share their photo documentary project.
Understanding community is a central tenet of the kindergarten social studies curriculum.
Students practice the process of creative problem solving while bringing to life their understanding of Newton's Laws.
2nd and 5th graders at Lovett participated in workshops that combine environmental science and art.
Nolan Morris' biology classes are bringing their research about the scientific method and famous scientists into the digital era.
This summer, Lovett hosted its inagural Cloudforest Classroom at Siempre Verde.
On Saturday, May 2, the Lovett Makers Club launched their third high altitude balloon as an entry in the Global Space Balloon Challenge.


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8th Grade Advanced English conducted a 20% Time Project to allow students to discover their passions.
A powerful learning experience that allowed 6th graders to become advocates for those who communicate in different ways.
A K-5 project in the Lower School teaches students to learn about the past and innovate for the future.
World Languages students visit Atlanta Area School for the Deaf
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