Our Lower School’s interdisciplinary study of jazz spans first and second grades, providing students with opportunities to learn more about jazz and the genre’s incredible influence. Depending on their grade level, students explored jazz in music class and homerooms, Art, Spanish, and Library classes.
Each year, students from across Middle Tennessee compete in the choral world for the honor of performing with the Middle Tennessee Vocal Association’s Regional Honor Choirs. Last fall, ten Ensworth students were chosen for MTVA Honors Choirs!
Although Black history is always knit into the fabric of our curriculum, February offers the opportunity to hone in on our focus. In February 2023, Ensworth welcomed the Fisk Stagecrafters, Coach Kenny Anderson, Bishop Joseph W. Walker III, Dwight Lewis, Ro Coleman, and Dr. Brittany Mosby.
Baseball has often been considered “America’s Favorite Pastime.” The traditions, pageantry, and excitement of the game have been a source of entertainment for fans of all ages for well over 100 years. On February 16, 2023, as a part of the ongoing education at Ensworth surrounding Black history, students on Red Gables Campus learned the history of the Negro Leagues and the opportunity it provided African-American ballplayers throughout the country and especially here in Nashville.