At the E-Sports All Sports Camp, campers participate in a range of different activities. From learning the basics of sports to playing active games, there is something for everyone at E-Sports Camp. Full-day and half-day formats are available.
Join us for All Sports Camp, where campers participate in a range of different activities. From learning the basics of sports to playing active games, there is something for everyone at All Sports Camp.
Full Day All Sports Camps
Director: Chris Bradley
Week 0 (May 28–31)
Week 4 (June 24–28)
Week 6 (July 8–12)
Week 7 (July 15–19)
Week 8 (July 22–26)*
All Day: 9:00am–4:00pm
Location: High School Campus, except for Week 8 (July 22–26), which is at the Lower/Middle School Campus
Cost: $300 week
* This session takes place on the Lower/Middle School Campus.
Sarah Biddy joined the Ensworth faculty in 1998 as Athletic Director for Lower and Middle Schools. She directs the physical education program, coaches basketball, and provides leadership for Middle School teams competing in 11 different sports. She has been working with Big E All Sports Camps for 12 years now.
Coach Maxwell has been the Head Baseball Coach at Ensworth High School for fourteen years. Before coming to Ensworth, Coach Maxwell attended Middle Tennessee State University where he was an all-Conference player for the Blue Raiders baseball team in 1992 & 1993. The Chicago Cubs drafted Coach Maxwell in 1993. He went on to play professionally for 12 years, reaching the major leagues with the Cubs and the Minnesota Twins. In addition to coaching at Ensworth, Coach Maxwell has served on the Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association (TBCA) and the American Baseball Coaches Association Diversity in Baseball Committee, and as a coach for the TBCA Showcase Classic and USA Baseball teams. As Assistant Coach for 2016 USA 15U National Team, the team won Bronze Medal in the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) World Championships in Japan. As Manager for 2018 USA Baseball 15U National Team, his squad won a Gold Medal and the WBSC World Championship in Panama. As a result of this achievement, he was named 2018 USA Baseball Developmental Coach of the Year.