service scholars 2021

Seniors Spend Final Year Serving Others

Twenty-four Grade 12 students have used their last year at Ensworth to serve the community and rise to the level of Service Scholar.
As an integral part of the K–12 experience at Ensworth, the Service Learning program culminates in twelfth grade with a senior Service Learning project. A Service Scholar engages in an extension of his/her senior Service Learning project. Service Scholars complete an academic component, additional service hours, a 500-word reflection, and a 2,000-word research paper.

The following are the Grade 12 students and their partnering organizations:

  • Kylianne Broughton: Turnout Nation
  • Jessica Bryan: Cheatham County Animal Control
  • William Buschmann: Hospitality House
  • Sloane Chestler: Donate Life Tennessee
  • Salwa Daouk: American Civil Liberties Union-TN
  • Chloe Edwards: Hospitality House
  • Addison Francis: Nashville Humane Association
  • Jacqueline Frist: Nashville Humane Association
  • Lainey Garside: Time To Rise, Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt, Miracle Network Dance Marathon
  • Claire Haley: Siloam Health Clinic, Hospitality House
  • Nell Harris: Time To Rise, The Little Pantry That Could
  • Lindsey Hollomon: Time To Rise, Monroe Carell, Jr, Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt, Miracle Network Dance Marathon
  • Hayden Horn: Time To Rise / Greater Nashville Regional Council
  • Brooke Hughes: Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Ian Jaffe: My First Books
  • Anna Lapre: Williamson County Animal Center
  • Ryan Marks: My First Books
  • Bridget Monaghan: Cheatham County Animal Control
  • Anna Munson: Thistle Farms
  • Elizabeth Saltsman: Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Alice Scarpero: Nashville's Homeless
  • Emma Sitarich: Spreading Sunshine
  • Sachi Srivastava: Room In The Inn, Ymca Yliteracy Program, Hindu Cultural Center Of Tennessee, Grocery and Medical Supplies Delivery Service
  • William Vreeland: Time to Rise, Time to Rise Meals

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