Author Archives: Jasmine Davis

Pre-Med Chemistry Challenges Students

One of the goals at Ensworth is to create life-long learners through our challenging curriculum. I recently learned more about Dr. Crystal Miller’s Pre-Med Chemistry class. This upper-level elective emphasizes the study of chemistry as it relates to current medical … Continue reading

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The Heart of the Matter

The seventh grade students in Ms. Little’s science class were given an insider view into what really makes up the human heart. Dr. Evelio Rodriguez, a cardiothoracic surgeon at St. Thomas hospital and the father of Ensworth students, Lucas (2018) … Continue reading

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Week in Pictures

What is everyone up to this weekend? It should be a beautiful weekend and perfect weather for all those outdoor prom pictures this Saturday night. Senior parents, make sure you stick around for the dessert reception, 8 p.m. in the … Continue reading

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Ensworth Coffee Talk (Greg Chambers)

Today, we sat down to chat with Ensworth Tennis Director Greg Chambers. Although many competitive sports are divided by gender, tennis is one of the few sports where boys and girls get to practice and compete together. We thought what … Continue reading

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By the Numbers (Book-Em)

Every year our fifth grade students hold a book drive with Book’ Em, an organization  helping economically disadvantaged children, from birth through high school, discover the joy and value of reading through book ownership and enthusiastic volunteers. This year our … Continue reading

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April Round-Up

If you are new to Ensworth you are about to find out that April and May are some of the busiest and best months at the school. There is always the excitement of welcoming new families and the anticipation of … Continue reading

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The ‘E’ Factor (Service Learning)

What is everyone up to this weekend? Looks like lots of lacrosse and baseball games going on to kick-off some spring sports. Also, there is a wonderful exhibit today by Platetone Printshop at the high school theater art gallery from … Continue reading

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Ensworth Coffee Talk

We are back and guess what….. it is officially spring and the weather is finally cooperating!  We hope everyone had a wonderful spring break with plenty of time to relax and be with your family. Typically our new faculty features … Continue reading

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The ‘E’ Factor (College Counseling)

Do I want a small liberal arts college or a big university? If I want to study pre-med, where is the best university within a 6-hour drive? Applying for colleges can be very intimidating for both students and parents. Most … Continue reading

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Parade of Words

Can you define the word hoodypeak? Try using the word vociferous in a sentence or dressing to represent the word obtuse. Students and faculty alike were given a lesson in vocabulary during the third grade vocabulary parade. The third grade … Continue reading

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