Visit Ensworth

We invite you to get to know Ensworth better by visiting our campuses. We offer daily parent tours, and you can contact the admission office to schedule a visit. We hope to see you soon!
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  • Admission Events

    Ensworth's Office of Admission hosts several events during the fall admission season: two Kindergarten Admission Lunches, a Middle School Preview, and a High School Preview.
  • Campus Tours

    A campus tour is one of the most comprehensive ways to get to know Ensworth’s program and community. Tours are offered daily during school hours, but additional options may be available. Parents are welcome to bring their child on a tour, although most choose for their child to visit campus at a separate time. Please click an email link below to schedule a time to see the school in action.

    Frist Campus Tours for Prospective K–8 Parents

    Prospective parents for Grades K–8 should take advantage of our Frist Campus group tours to understand the entire Kindergarten through Grade 12 Ensworth journey. Please do not register for this group tour until you have scheduled a tour of the Red Gables (Grades K-8) Campus.
  • Student Shadow Visits

    Students interested in applying to Grades 5-12 are encouraged to spend a morning on campus with a student host. This provides an opportunity to observe classes, meet teachers, and learn about the program directly from those involved. Please contact the admission office to find out about available visit dates.

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It is the policy of Ensworth to admit students and provide equal employment opportunities for all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnic origin, age, disability, or any other reason prohibited by law. Ensworth does not discriminate in the administration of employment practices, educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid policies, athletics, and other school-administered programs.