Students are matched with their college counselor at the beginning of freshman year and stay with the same counselor throughout their high school career. Four seniors share their experience with the program and how it helped them find the right college fit.
Our Middle School winter play this year was a collection of short one-act plays by various playwrights. Each play had a very small cast (most just two or three actors) and minimal set and costume design requirements, so the focus was really on the wordplay and story delivery within each scene.
How can I best share the impact Bruce has had on Ensworth? The Lower School has grown with more students and more teachers under his care. The curriculum has been enriched by the adoption of Singapore math, the addition of the Teaching Fellows program, the Language and Math faculty leaders in Lower School, the fifth-grade end-of-year celebration assembly, and the commitment Bruce has always had to his students and to the Lower School faculty.
22 years! How did you do it? I read some facts for the year you joined the Ensworth faculty in 1998. Here are a few hot items that year: A little search engine called “Google” was born. “Furby” was famous. Nokia made the IT phone. Titantic was the highest-grossing movie.
DeeDee and I came to Ensworth 31 years ago, in 1989. She must have been 12 at the time, I believe. And here’s a little-known fact: DeeDee and I went to the same school in Knoxville when we were kids and had the same eighth-grade English teacher, Betty Friedman. Not the same year, though; I am, of course, much older than she.
Consummate team player. Utility fielder. Jack of all trades. Multi-tasker extraordinaire. Master teacher.Champion for all students. Lover of all things Ensworth. Ernie to my Bert.And Renaissance man. While all these descriptors or monikers are apt or fitting, none truly captures the full essence of Keith Crowe.
The passions and professions of our alumni reflect the lasting impact of our school’s Mission statement. Read on to see how three Ensworth alumni are facing current challenges and opportunities. Shannon Neidermeyer ’02 is profiled regarding her experience on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic at Johns Hopkins Medical Center.
The passions and professions of our alumni reflect the lasting impact of our school’s Mission statement.
Read on to see how three Ensworth alumni are facing current challenges and opportunities. We interview Tavarres Jefferson ’09 about the effects the pandemic has had on his Executive Residency Program at HCA.
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