Ensworth is proud to announce that six members of the Class of 2021 have been named National Merit Semifinalists: Brooks Bradbury-Fawns, Jacqueline Frist, Nell Harris, Claire Humphrey, Anna Lapre, and Noah Lucy.
In the waning days before school starts again, Ensworth is offering a fun way to get back some Tiger spirit. Download, print, and submit your coloring sheets by Friday, August 28, for a chance to win a $50 Spirit Store gift card.
The High School awards Optime Merens, bar pins, and Cum Laude to students every year. Check out the list of students who achieved each of these honors for the 2019-2020 academic year, including the Class of 2021 book awards.
Students in grades 4-8 worked hard, alongside Middle School Choir Director Aaron Velthouse, Technology Coordinator Brad Wilkerson, and Technology Support Specialist Ben Sams, to produce Ensworth’s first-ever Virtual Choir Concert.
Ensworth School has appointed Ashley Slay Glotta as the new High School Volleyball Head Coach. Ashley graduated from Ensworth in 2014 where she was a multi-sport student-athlete and member of state championship teams in both volleyball and basketball.
This blog series focuses on how Ensworth’s High School teachers are coping with remote learning during the pandemic. We spoke with Tim Love and David Chanaca of the history department about the creative ways they have found to connect with their classes.
During her time at Ensworth, Tyra Gittens ‘17 became the most decorated female track athlete in Tennessee history. Her success continues at Texas A&M University where she was recently named the conference’s Women's Field Athlete of the Year.
The Ensworth Dance Marathon, an event hosted by a group of High School students to benefit sick and injured kids at the Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, raised $43,011.20 on Saturday, February 1.