Loveland Classical Schools
Loveland Classical Schools is a K-12 classical and Core Knowledge tuition-free charter school in Loveland, Colorado. Currently serving over 800 students across northern Colorado, LCS is chartered and accredited through the Thompson School District. The school defines a classical education by great works, great teaching, and great character and is widely known for its unique approach to teaching elementary students. Commonly referred to as departmentalization, elementary students directly benefit from mathematicians teaching mathematics, scientists teaching science, historians teaching history, and so on rather than one instructor per classroom teaching all core subjects. This method constantly brings new passion, expertise, and energy to each class.
Loveland Classical Schools is comprised of three schools:
LCS Elementary School
a K – 5th grade Core Knowledge and classical school
LCS Middle School
LCS High School
Loveland Classical Schools assists parents in developing young minds with virtuous character, critical thinking skills, and a passion for learning to become exceptional community stewards.
The best way to learn about Loveland Classical Schools is to attend one of our information meetings. Some of our teachers and classroom coordinators present key tenets of LCS and then host a question and answer session. When the presentation is finished, everyone is welcome to tour the school.
Tours are offered following our information meetings. You’ll walk through our campus, visiting classrooms and indoor spaces to get a feel for LCS. Potential students are welcomed to attend as well. Additionally, once your student has been drawn from the lottery, we offer admission tours by appointment. Please let us know when you are free, and we’ll do our best to schedule it during that time.
Loveland Classical Schools' vision is to partner with parents to champion the following values:
- The pursuit of excellence through vigorous diligence. The joy of success is found in hard work through academically challenging material.
- The habituation of ethical virtues. Moral character is inculcated through our twelve core virtues.
- The cultivation of social responsibility. Stewardship and service are encouraged as we work to better our community.