Come Observe our Classes

Visiting the Loveland Classical Schools campus and observing actual classes allows your child to explore the inner-workings of what it is like to be an LCS Lion. Your child will have the opportunity to speak with current students and faculty members and experience the intellectual discussion found at Loveland Classical Schools.

Request an Observation

Once drawn from the lottery and offered a position, students are encourage to observe!

Classroom observations can last for half a day or the entire school day; however, observations are not allowed to extend more than one full school day. LCS recommends that your child spend at least a half day at the school to get a good idea of the culture and classes. We ask that you arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of class so your student can receive his/her schedule.

Note: At the elementary level, we do ask that the observing student be accompanied by a parent/guardian for the duration of the observation visit.

Please complete the fields below to request a Student Observation Day


Please note: Due to the high volume of visitation requests and to limit interruptions in classrooms, we offer observation days once the student has been offered a position.


*Half Day or Full Day?
Half day (AM)Full day











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Additional Notes:

Lunch: LCS offers a hot lunch program, so either send money for the hot lunch or pack a lunch for your child if he/she intends to be at the school during that time. Refer to our class schedules web page for bell schedule information by grade.

Snack: Note that students in first grade through third grade are allowed one snack a day. Kindergarten students have two snacks a day. Be sure to pack your students in kindergarten through third grade a snack (or two).

Dress Code: While current LCS students must abide by the dress code, prospective students are only expected to have a conservative appearance—projecting a wholesome and traditional image at all times.