Just two years after graduating from NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering with a BS in Business and Technology Management, Evan Moskal ’12 became a co-founder of Courant, makers of design-driven wireless chargers.
Ensworth’s Capstone Program gives students the opportunity to engage in an extensive exploration of a passion or interest that is above and beyond academic courses and extracurricular involvements—though it is often the product of weaving multiple inspirations into one.
Students are matched with their college counselor at the beginning of freshman year and stay with the same counselor throughout their high school career. Six students from the Class of 2023 share about their college counseling experience at Ensworth.
Former High School Arts teacher Audry Deal-McEver was Ensworth’s Endowed Visiting Artist in Ceramics in collaboration with Cati Blitz, High School Director of Ceramics and Studio Art. Audry is no stranger to Ensworth, having worked as the Ceramics and Photography teacher from 2012 to 2017. Audry is now a full-time ceramic artist with a very successful career.
This April, Ensworth welcomed visiting artist Rachel Briggs to work with the Grade 5 students prior to and during their annual trip to Land Between the Lakes. This project, an exploration that culminated in bird studies made on wood panels, took students on a journey through observational drawing.
JC Johnson’s Photo 4 students created a short film under the mentorship of Gabe McCauley of lilDRAGON Entertainment, a Nashville video production company. As a team, students worked in areas of the film depending on their interests and skills, such as script writing, acting, producing, directing, editing, set design, special effects, and filming.
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