Student involvement in campus life and campus decisions is very important at Ensworth. On both the Lower/Middle and High School Campuses, students have the opportunity to serve on a governance council. These positions allow students to take on leadership roles within the school, learn how to communicate issues with the school administration, and work together to create solutions. 

High School Student Government 2020–2021

List of 3 items.

  • I. Executive Committee

    President - William Vreeland
    Vice President - Gianna Bullock
  • II. Class Speakers

    12th Grade: Kelile Southwell
    11th Grade: Genevieve Schaefer
    10th Grade: Katherine Sales
    9th Grade: Dean Ralsky
  • III. Senators

    Class of 2021

    Lainey Garside
    Jacqueline Frist
    Liam Frumkin
    Esther Okai-Tetteh

    Class of 2022

    Anna Brock
    Karim Daouk
    Olivia Prentice
    Morgan Humbert

    Class of 2023

    Helen Thompson
    Caleb Park
    Erin Crosby
    Olivia Bentley

    Class of 2024

    Dean Ralsky (Class Speaker)
    Grace Hasselback
    Camilla Garza
    Landon Jones
    Alexander Sifford
The Student Government works to foster communication within the school community, promote student understanding of school policy, increase knowledge of the democratic process, and secure the voice of the students. The Student Government at the High School campus consists of a President, Vice-President, Events Coordinator, Secretary, and a Class Speaker from each grade. In addition, there are four senators from each grade and an Advisory Assembly with one representative from each advisory group. 
The Student Government is involved in many aspects of student life on the High School campus, including campus enhancement, policy amendments, and spirit week programming. Each year, the group establishes priorities and goals based on student input. 

Lower/Middle School Student Council

The Student Council is made up of 6th, 7th and 8th grade students elected by their peers on a semester-by-semester basis. The Student Council is an opportunity for Middle School students to work in teams and gain valuable leadership experience. Along with serving as a voice for the student body to the administration, the Student Council coordinates Middle School dances and donates the funds raised to service organizations in the community. One of the current initiatives of the council is the creation of a lower/middle school newspaper, which will include interviews with faculty, current events, and community service news within the school.