On the High School Campus, clubs and activities offer opportunities for students to follow their passion through extracurricular life. Students participate in clubs that represent a variety of interests, such as service club, robotics, literary magazine and garden club. In addition to the clubs, students can establish and participate in student organizations. To start an organization, students file a charter, find a sponsor, and submit a proposal to the Head of High School. A Club Fair held in the fall offers students the opportunity to learn about the clubs and join their favorites. View the descriptions and pictures below to learn more about the variety of activities on campus.
Involvement in extracurricular activities is a very important part of life at Ensworth.

High School Clubs

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  • Arts Production Design Team

    The Arts Production Design Team works behind-the-scenes creating technical theater support for actors, athletes, musicians, dancers, and featured guests in various performance venues throughout the Ensworth community. This group meets frequently to create theater magic by becoming Crew for Lighting, Sound, Scenery, Props, Costumes, and Special Effects. This group also creates designs and artwork for the background of performances, the student gallery, and The Art Walk.
  • Beekeeping Club

    The Beekeeping Club are dedicated students who have aligned their passion for the protection and preservation of the honeybee with their obligation to fulfill their senior year Service Learning commitment. The club promotes awareness for environmental stewardship and expresses a commitment to being responsible citizens of the world through student-led sustainable initiatives.
    The program works to harvest and sell honey, donating proceeds to a local charity.
  • Chess Club

    The Chess Club is open to all: absolute beginners through experienced tournament players. Come explore advanced strategies or just learn the basics while engaging in friendly practice games.
  • Computer Science Club

    Computer Science Club members learn to code in Python, C, Java, and more to solve real-world problems and create artificial intelligence.
  • Ensworth Allies

    Ensworth Allies is a space for LGBTQ+ teens and their straight allies to talk, share ideas and experiences, and support one another.
  • Environmental Club

    The Environmental Club seeks to promote a healthy, respectful, and sustainable relationship with the environment—both within our school walls and beyond them. The club focuses on our school’s environmental footprint by working to establish a
    recycling/composting system, raising awareness about the environmental impacts of our day-to-day operations, and getting hands-on experience cleaning up the campus. Members also seek out volunteer opportunities in the local parks and occasionally go camping and hiking. The club serves as an educational resource for the community and offers information that can help all community members make informed, conscientious decisions as they interact with the world around them.
  • French Club

    The French Club meets as announced for café, croissants, et conversation, films, food tastings, French room free read-ins, and the like. The club's goal is to enjoy French outside the classroom. Some events are open to any student, while others are reserved for those who speak French.
  • Honest Conversations

    Honest Conversations helps students refine their civil discussion skills, explore issues at a deeper level, and reach an understanding of others. As an extension of Project TALK, students must submit an application for Honest Conversations.
  • Huddle

    Huddle is a Christian organization that meets on Monday nights after sports practices to worship. The organization is designed to unite the body of Christ and allow students to bond with others that share their same belief. We will have a number of speakers from faculty or special guests, videos, and even testimonies shared by students. We welcome all to come to either fellowship or simply observe as we worship together.
  • Investment Club

    The Ensworth Investment Club meets to learn personal finance, how the stock market works, the history of Wall Street, and present-day stock strategies. Meetings include stock simulation games with prizes and guest speakers.
  • Model United Nations

    The Model UN program helps to teach students how the real United Nations and other international organizations work to solve international crises. They learn the process of writing resolutions and work in conjunction with representatives from other countries to try to resolve each crisis in a spirit of cooperation. Students will work much of the time in small committee groups that experience crisis simulations in both past and present scenarios. The Model UN Club attends conferences at nearby colleges such as Vanderbilt and Rhodes College in Memphis. This club operates in the Fall and Winter marking periods.
  • Ping Pong Club

    The Ensworth Ping Pong Club explores the art of Table Tennis through the study of sport rules, friendly competitions, and tournament style play. The Ping Pong Club will meet weekly during ECL. Players of all skill level are welcome to join in on the fun!
  • Prayer Circle

    The Ensworth Prayer Circle meets weekly for prayer and Christian fellowship.
  • Robotics Club

    In the VEX Robotics Competition, teams of students are tasked with designing and building a robot to play against other teams in a game-based engineering challenge. Classroom STEM concepts are put to the test as students learn lifelong skills in teamwork, leadership, communications, and more. Tournaments are held year-round at the regional, state, and national levels and culminate at the VEX Robotics World Championship each April.
  • Rowing Club

    The Tiger Crew Rowing Club is a competitive club that has daily practices and participates in regattas against other high school teams.
  • Science Quiz Bowl

    This group meets weekly to prepare for the Science Quiz Bowl, a fast-paced academic competition that offers teams of high school students from across the state of Tennessee a chance to match their wits in math and science.
  • Service Club

    The Service Club has as its aim to serve the greater Nashville community through student-lead projects in areas which are of interest to club members. This year some of our projects include: selling lanyards at football games, organizing a blood drive, tutoring kids at LEAD Academy, selling corsages for Homecoming, and having a talent show.
  • Tearing Down Walls

    The mission of Tearing Down the Walls is to afford students from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to become leaders and bridge builders in the area of race relations. Students participate in club meetings and events at school, and in at least one event open to the broader community.
  • Tiger Garage

    Tiger Garage, a car and mechanics club, meets weekly to work on a variety of automotive repair and maintenance including fixing carburetors, changing tires, adjusting brake systems, and performing general maintenance. Tiger Garage also holds informal car shows.
  • Tiger Pack

    The Tiger Pack is a club that promotes student spirit, planning pep rallies, events to support each sport per season, and the themes for the games. Tiger Pack also organizes spirit buses to various away games!