The High School Model UN Club participated in their second conference of the year, this time in Knoxville at the University of Tennessee, bringing more students and racking up a record number of honors.
Ensworth's High School Girls’ Swimming & Diving Team finished third at the TISCA State Championship Meet. The Girls’ Swimming & Diving team won four individual State Championship events. The Boys’ Swimming & Diving team finished 8th to help Ensworth repeat as the combined State Runner-Up.
In addition to our High School students spreading out into the Nashville community on Service Day for special projects, some students remain on campus to work on service projects and hear from special guests. Two such guests, the Civic Design Center and Camp Horizon, enlightened students on their particular missions this past Service Day.
The Middle School Girls' Basketball team had a special guest to help get them ready for their tournaments. Kelly Hobbs, a mental performance coach, spoke to the girls about "growth mindset" and other key areas in preparation for their tournaments.
Congratulations to the following students who earned Optime Merens honors during the first semester of the 2023–2024 academic year. Students earn Optime Merensby achieving an overall GPA of at least 90 for all of their academic courses in a semester and who have no individual academic semester grade below 80.
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and the Middle Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition recognized the outstanding work of student artists. This year, 19 of the works cited for awards came from Ensworth students from Grades 7–12.
Ensworth's head Girls' Basketball coach, Mary Taylor Cowles, traveled to Boston to watch her former player, Dontavia Waggoner '20, play for the Boston College Golden Eagles vs. the Pittsburgh Panthers.
Ensworth’s High School swimmers and divers competed in the Middle Tennessee High School Swimming Association (MTHSSA) Regional Championships, earning top honors for its Combined and Girls’ Teams, among other individual awards.
Meet this year's Tiger Night Chairs, Elizabeth Tardio, Libby Tyner, Catherine Warfield, and Lindsay Wells! They've worked tirelessly to plan an Ensworth community event that you won't want to miss. Purchase tickets now, and join us on Saturday, February 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the Conrad Nashville.
Martin Luther King, Jr. is a name that has become synonymous with words such as dream, social justice, nonviolence, and civil disobedience. Still, words can only retain their meaning if they are put into context. This week, Ensworth parent Dr. Richard Thigpen shared context through his experience living in Chicago and about Martin Luther King Jr.'s influence on his life.