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2017

SUMMER at ENSWORTH

SUMMER COURSES, PROGRAMS, AND TRIPS FOR STUDENTS OF ALL AGES


TABLE OF CONTENTS Weekly Schedule .................... 4 Extended Care...............10 Sports Camps................11 Leagues........................20 Enrichment Camps.................21 Lower/Middle School.....22 High School .................. 26 Adult Camps .................30 Nashville Children’s Theatre.................32 High School Credit..................35 Courses........................35 Review..........................37

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Welcome Summer at Ensworth offers a wide range of exciting courses, programs and trips for students of all ages. This booklet is organized into four sections: Sports Camps, Enrichment Camps, High School Credit & Review Courses, and Summer Trips. Unless otherwise noted, camps, courses, and programs are open to all students, not just those enrolled at Ensworth.


Summer AT EN S WO R T H WEEKLY SESSIONS Week 1............................June 5-9 Week 2.........................June 12-16 Week 3.........................June 19-23 Week 4.........................June 26-30 Week 5 (No Camps)...........July 3-7 Week 6..........................July 10-14 Week 7..........................July 17-21 Week 8..........................July 24-28

EXTENDED CARE OPTIONS See page 10 for details

Ensworth Lower/Middle School Campus 211 Ensworth Avenue Nashville, TN 37205

Ensworth High School Campus 7401 Highway 100 Nashville, TN 37221

REGISTER ONLINE ensworth.com/summer

E NSWORTH .COM/SUMM ER

LOCATIONS

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Summer AT ENSWORTH W E E K 1 | JU NE 5 -9 All Day

(S E E B RO C HU R E FO R O F F E R I NGS MAY 3 0 – JU NE 3)

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS Smash & Splash Camp

Grades 1–6*

9:00am-4:00pm

Pg. 12

NCT Fairy Tale Frenzy

Ages 5-7

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 33

NCT Staging Stories

Ages 8-10

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 33

NCT Junior Artists Production (June 5–23)

Ages 10-14

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 32

iBooks Author Academy

Grades 6–12*

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 27

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHO O L CAMP US

Morning

Junior Camp (2 Weeks: June 5–16)

Grades K–1*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 22

Adventure Camp

Grades 2–3*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 22

Service Learning Camp

Grades 4–6*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 23

Junkyard Wars Camp

Grades 4–7*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 24

Music Theory & Composition

Grades 7–9*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 24

Basketball Fundamentals Camp

Grades K–4*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 13

Quick Start Tennis Camp

Grades 1–4*

9:00am –12:00pm

Pg. 18

Baseball Elite Camp

Grades 4–12 Boys*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 13

Challenger Tennis Camp

Grades 5–12*

9:00am –12:00pm

Pg. 18

Softball Camp

Grades 5–12 Girls*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 17

Lacrosse Skill Development

Grades 6–12*

9:00am –12:00pm

Pg. 16

Reading & Writing in the Woods

Grades 9-12*

10:00am –12:30pm

Pg. 27

HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS

Summer AT ENSWORTH |

WEEK 1

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHO O L CAMP US

Afternoon

Act Out! Camp

Grades 1–3*

9:00am–11:30am

Pg. 24

Geocaching Camp

Grades 3–5*

9:00am–11:30am

Pg. 23

Games! Games! Games!

Grades 3–5*

9:00am–11:30am

Pg. 25

3D Design & Printing Camp

Grades 6–9*

9:00am–11:30am

Pg. 25

All Sports Camp

Grades 1–5*

1:00pm–4:00pm

Pg. 12

Aquatic Discovery Camp

Grades 1–6*

12:30pm–4:00pm

Pg. 12

Cheer Skill Development Camp (4 days)

Grades 5–8 Girls*

3:00pm–5:00pm

Pg. 15

Speed & Strength Training Camp (4 days)

Grades 5–8*

1:00pm–2:30pm

Pg. 18

Football Skill Positions Camp (4 days)

Grades 5–8 Boys*

3:00pm –5:00pm

Pg. 16

Bookworms Camp

Grades 2–3*

12:00pm-2:00pm

Pg. 25

Coding Camp

Grades 3–5*

12:00pm-2:00pm

Pg. 24

Drama Camp

Grades 4–6*

12:00pm-2:00pm

Pg. 23

Coding for Fun

Grades 6–9*

12:00pm-2:00pm

Pg. 24

HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHOO L CAMP US

Extended care options available, see page 10 for details.

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Summer AT ENSWORTH W E E K 2 | JU NE 12-16 All Day

HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS Smash & Splash Camp

Grades 1–6*

9:00am-4:00pm

Pg. 12

NCT Storybook Adventures

Ages 5–7

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 33

NCT Myths & Legends

Ages 8–10

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 33

NCT Junior Artists Production (June 5–23)

Ages 10–14

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 32

Apple Technologies - iBook Store

Grades 5–8*

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 27

Reading & Writing the City Life (3 days)

Grades 9–12*

9:30am-2:30pm

Pg. 27

Junior Camp (2 Weeks: June 5–16)

Grades K–1*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 22

Adventure Camp

Grades 2–3*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 22

Veggiecation Camp

Grades 3–5*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 23

Service Learning Camp

Grades 4–6*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 23

Junkyard Wars Camp

Grades 4–7*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 24

Baseball Little Sluggers Camp

Grades K-4 Boys*

9:00am –12:00pm

Pg. 13

Cheer Fundamentals Camp

Grades K-4 Girls*

9:00am –12:00pm

Pg. 15

Quick Start Tennis Camp

Grades 1–4*

9:00am –12:00pm

Pg. 18

Challenger Tennis Camp

Grades 5–12*

9:00am –12:00pm

Pg. 18

Soccer Skill Development

Grades 5–9*

9:00am –12:00pm

Pg. 17

Shakespeare Bootcamp

Grades 9–12*

10:00am –12:30pm

Pg. 28

Digital Photography Camp

Grades 3–5*

9:00am -11:30am

Pg. 24

3D Design & Printing Camp

Grades 6–9*

9:00am–11:30am

Pg. 25

All Sports Camp

Grades 1–5*

1:00pm–4:00pm

Pg. 12

Aquatic Discovery Camp

Grades 1–6*

12:30pm–4:00pm

Pg. 12

Speed & Strength Training Camp (4 days)

Grades 5–8*

1:00pm–2:30pm

Pg. 18

Yoga Camp

Grades K–3*

1:00pm–3:00pm

Pg. 19

Yoga Camp

Grades 4-8*

3:00pm –5:00pm

Pg. 19

Coding Camp

Grades 3–5*

12:00pm-2:00pm

Pg. 24

Coding for Fun

Grades 6–9*

12:00pm-2:00pm

Pg. 24

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHOOL CAMP US

Morning

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS

Afternoon

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHOOL CAMP US

Summer AT E NS WOR TH |

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHOOL CAMP US

W E EK 2

Extended care options available, see page 10 for details. *Indicates rising grade level

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Summer AT ENSWORTH W E EK 3 | JU NE 1 9-23 All Day

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS Smash & Splash Camp

Grades 1–6*

9:00am-4:00pm

Pg. 12

NCT Fairy Tale Frenzy

Ages 5–7

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 33

NCT Staging Stories

Ages 8–10

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 33

NCT Junior Artists Production (June 5–23)

Ages 10–14

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 32

Coding for the Future

Grades 5–8*

9:00am-3:00pm

Pg. 27

FC Barcelona Soccer Camp

Ages 6–16

8:00am-2:00pm

Pg. 17

Cubs Club

Pre-School

9:00am -1:30pm

Pg. 22

Junior Camp (2 Weeks: June 19–23)

Grades K–1*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 22

Adventure Camp

Grades 2–3*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 22

Service Learning Camp

Grades 4–6*

9:00am -2:00pm

Pg. 23

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHO O L CAMP US

Morning

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS Basketball Skill Development

Grades 5–9*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 14

Lacrosse Fundamentals

Grades K–5 Boys*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 16

Combo Camp (Soccer, Softball, Volleyball)

K–4 Girls*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 17

Quick Start Tennis Camp

Grades 1–4*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 18

Challenger Tennis Camp

Grades 5–12*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 18

Basketball Give & Go Camp

Grades K–4 Boys*

8:30am–11:30am

Pg. 14

National Parks Adventure Camp

Grades 2–3*

9:00am–11:30am

Pg. 25

Solve the Mystery! Camp

Grades 3–5*

9:00am–11:30am

Pg. 23

ThinkFun Game Camp

Grades 3–5*

9:00am–11:30am

Pg. 22

Hip Hop Dance Camp

Grades K–4*

1:00pm–4:00pm

Pg. 15

Aquatic Discovery Camp

Grades 1–6*

12:30pm–4:00pm

Pg. 12

Flag Football Camp

Grades K–5 Boys*

1:00pm–4:00pm

Pg. 15

Speed & Strength Training Camp (4 days)

Grades 5–8*

1:00pm–2:30pm

Pg. 18

Volleyball Skill Development (4 days)

Grades 5-8 Girls*

3:00pm–5:00pm

Pg. 19

Star Wars Camp

Grades 2–3*

12:00pm-2:00pm

Pg. 25

The Magic of Harry Potter Camp

Grades 4–6*

12:00pm-2:00pm

Pg. 23

Summer AT ENSWORTH |

WEEK 3

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHO O L CAMP US

Afternoon

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHO O L CAMP US

Extended care options available, see page 10 for details.

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*Indicates rising grade level


Summer AT ENSWORTH W E E K 4 | JU NE 2 6-3 0 All Day

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS All Sports Camp

Grades 1–5*

9:00am–4:00pm

Pg. 12

Driver Education

Ages 14+

8:30am–4:00pm

Pg. 26

Cubs Club

Pre-School

9:00am-1:30pm

Pg. 22

Junior Camp (2 Weeks: June 19-23)

Grades K–1*

9:00am-2:00pm

Pg. 22

Adventure Camp

Grades 2–3*

9:00am-2:00pm

Pg. 22

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHOOL CAMP US

Morning

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS Quick Start Tennis Camp

Grades 1–4*

9:00am–12:00pm

Pg. 18

Challenger Tennis Camp

Ages 5–12

9:00pm–12:00pm

Pg. 18

Bookworms Camp

Grades 2–3*

9:00am-11:30pm

Pg. 25

National Parks Adventure Camp

Grades 2–3*

8:30am–11:30am

Pg. 25

ThinkFun Game Camp

Grades 3–5*

9:00am-11:30pm

Pg. 22

Elements of Music

Grade 6*

9:00am-11:30pm

Pg. 24

Star Wars Camp

Grades 2–3*

12:00pm-2:00pm

Pg. 25

The Magic of Harry Potter Camp

Grades 4-6*

12:00pm-2:00pm

Pg. 23

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHOOL CAMP US

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHOOL CAMP US

Extended care options available, see page 10 for details. *Indicates rising grade level

WEEK 5

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JU LY 3-7

WE E KS 4- 5

No Camps in Session

Summer AT ENSWO RTH |

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Summer AT ENSWORTH W E E K 6 | JU LY 10 -14 All Day

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS Grades 1–6*

9:00am-4:00pm

Pg. 12

Basketball Fundamentals

Grades K–4*

9:00am-12:00pm

Pg. 13

Quick Start Tennis Camp

Grades 1–4*

9:00am-12:00pm

Pg. 18

Challenger Tennis Camp

Grades 5–12*

9:00am-12:00pm

Pg. 18

Volleyball Elite Camp

Grades 6–12*

9:00am-12:00pm

Pg. 19

All Sports Camp

Grades 1–5*

1:00pm-4:00pm

Pg. 12

Aquatic Discovery Camp

Grades 1–6*

12:30pm-4:00pm

Pg. 12

Hip Hop Dance Camp

Grades 5–8*

3:00pm-5:00pm

Pg. 15

Speed & Strength Training Camp (4 days)

Grades 5–8*

1:00pm-2:30pm

Pg. 18

Football Blocking/Tackling Camp

Grades 5–12*

6:00pm-8:00pm

Pg. 16

Grades 1–6*

9:00am-4:00pm

Pg. 12

Basketball Skill Development

Grades 4–9*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 14

Lacrosse Fundamentals

Grades K–5 Girls*

9:00am –12:00pm

Pg. 16

Soccer Fundamentals

K–4 Girls*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 17

Quick Start Tennis Camp

Grades 1–4*

9:00am –12:00pm

Pg. 18

Challenger Tennis Camp

Grades 5–12*

9:00am -12:00pm

Pg. 18

Smash & Splash Camp

Morning

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS

Afternoon

Summer AT ENSWORTH |

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WE E K 7 All Day

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS

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(3 days)

JU LY 17-21 HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS Smash & Splash Camp

Morning

Afternoon

HIGH SCHOOL CAM PUS

HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS All Sports Camp

Grades 1–5*

1:00pm-4:00pm

Pg. 12

Aquatic Discovery Camp

Grades 1–6*

12:30pm-4:00pm

Pg. 12

Speed & Strength Training Camp (4 days)

Grades 5–8*

1:00pm-2:30pm

Pg. 18

Extended care options available, see page 10 for details.

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*Indicates rising grade level


Summer AT ENSWORTH W E E K 8 | JU LY 24 -28 All Day

HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS Smash & Splash Camp

Grades 1–6*

9:00am–4:00pm

Pg. 12

Grades 1–5*

9:00am-4:00pm

Pg. 12

LOWE R / MID D LE SCHOOL CAMP US All Sports Camp

Morning

Afternoon

HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS Quick Start Tennis Camp

Grades 1–4*

9:00am-12:00pm

Pg. 18

Challenger Tennis Camp

Grades 5–12*

9:00am-12:00pm

Pg. 18

Volleyball Team Camp

Grades 6–8*

9:00am-12:00pm

Pg. 19

Grades 1–6*

12:30am-4:00pm

Pg. 12

HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS Aquatic Discovery Camp

Extended care options available, see page 10 for details. *Indicates rising grade level

Summer AT ENSWOR TH | WE E K 8 9


E XT E N D E D C A R E Need more time in the mornings or afternoons? Extended Care is offered at the High School for sports camps and at the Lower/ Middle School Campus for enrichment camps to help parents with their busy schedules.

Lower/Middle School Campus

High School Campus

8-9AM & 2- 4PM

8-9 AM & 4 - 5 PM

SESSI ONS

WEEK 6

WEEK 1

WEEK 2

WEEK 2

WEEK 7

WEEK 3

WEEK 3

WEEK 8*

WEEK 4

WEEK 4

*morning care only

Campers of all ages will enjoy a variety of fun activities before and after camp and an afternoon snack. Both morning and afternoon care are included. Extended care is offered each week that camp is in session.

WE E K LY RAT E S MORNINGS: 8:00am-9:00am, $40/week AFTERNOONS: 4:00pm-5:00pm, $40/week MORNINGS & AFTERNOONS: $70/week

DAILY RAT E S **

R ATE

MORNING: $10/day AFTERNOON: $10/day

$75 per Session

MORNING & AFTERNOON: $15/day

Campers not picked up 15 minutes after their camp is over will be sent to Extended Care, and a $15 fee will be charged. Cubs Club does not qualify for Extended Care.

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S E SS IO NS

WEEK 1

Campers dropped off more than 15 minutes early or not picked up 15 minutes after their camp is over or will be sent to Extended Care, and a $15 fee will be charged. **Same day registration should be arranged via email and paid on site. Please e-mail brownc@ ensworth.com the day before you need to use the Extended Care option. Pay that day with cash or check made out to Ensworth.


Sports Camps ALL-SPORTS AQUATICS BASEBALL & SOFTBALL BASKETBALL CHEERLEADING FITNESS FOOTBALL LACROSSE SOCCER TENNIS VOLLEYBALL YOGA

Questions? BROWNC@ENSWORTH.COM

Register Online WWW.ENSWORTH.COM /SUMMER

Location HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS unless otherwise noted

Refunds

75% of the value of the camp will be refunded if cancelled before camp begins. Refunds will not be issued once the camp has started.

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At 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 All Sports Camp. Join us for a half-day or full-day camp, or both!

Stephanie Kaplan DATES: Week 1 (June 5-9)

Week 2 (June 12-16)

Week 6 (July 10-14)

Week 7 (July 17-21)

AFTERNOON: 1:00pm–4:00pm

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Kristen Walker

This camp will focus on exploring the many fun and exciting aquatic adventures the Ensworth Natatorium has to offer. Campers will play games like Water Volleyball, Marco Polo, Water Basketball, Biggest Splash Contest, Water Polo, and more. Campers will have underwater treasure hunts, dive off the competitive starting blocks, and play on the diving boards. Campers will venture outside for some fun on the fields and then back indoors to cool off. Min. 10 Attendees must perform a swim test in order to be permitted in the competition pool.

CAMPUS: HS

DATES:

COST: $135/week; $450 for all 4 sessions

Week 1 (June 5–9) Week 3 (June 19–23)

Week 2 (June 12–16) Week 6 (July 10–14)

Week 7 (July 17–21)

Week 8 (July 24–28)

Jason Maxwell, Sarah Biddy

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AQ UAT I C S

Aquatic Discovery Camp

All Sports Camps 1

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DATES: Week 4 (HS Campus) Week 8 (LS/MS Campus) ALL DAY: 9:00am–4:00pm COST: $250/ week

AFTERNOON: 12:30pm–4:00pm COST: $150 per session

Full Day Smash & Splash Camp 1

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Greg Chambers, Kristen Walker

This camp is designed to offer kids a fun day in the sun playing tennis complemented with cool water activities in our Natatorium. Campers will receive instruction on tennis and swimming fundamentals while enjoying games such as team tennis, ping pong, fun relays, ring toss, and water obstacle courses and races. Min. 10 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) Week 3 (June 19–23)

Week 2 (June 12–16) Week 6 (July 10–14)

Week 7 (July 17–21)

Week 8 (July 24–28)

ALL DAY: 9:00am–4:00pm COST: $250 per session


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BASEBALL

Elite and Little Sluggers Baseball camps provide proper fundamentals and insight into the game of baseball. Campers will walk away from the camp feeling enthusiastic about the game. Each week is capped off with a Home Run Derby and Camp All Star game that is always a highlight for the campers and their parents.

Summer Swim School

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Jason Maxwell

Krysten Call

DATES: Mon-Thu

DATES: Week 2 MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $135

Baseball Elite Camp 4

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Jason Maxwell DATES: Week 1 MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $135

Weeks 3–4 (June 19-30) Weeks 8–9 (July 24–Aug 10)

BASKETBALL

MORNINGS: 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30am AFTERNOONS: 3:00, 3:45, 4:30, 5:15pm SATURDAYS: 9:00, 9:45, 10:30, 11:15am COST: $225 per two-week session (10% sibling discount)

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Mary Taylor Cowles (WK 1), Greg Eubanks (WK 6)

15 years +

Kristen Walker

This certification course teaches the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to aquatic emergencies. Register through the aquatics tab on ensworth.com/ summer. DATES: May 30–June 2 ALL DAY: 9:00am-4:00pm COST: $250

DATES: Week 1, Week 6 MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $135

S P O RTS CAMP S

Lifeguard Certification Class

Coach Mary Taylor Cowles, Greg Eubanks, and the Ensworth varsity basketball staff will lead and instruct the Fundamentals Camp, which will teach younger campers and campers new to basketball the basic fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, and proper offensive and defensive footwork. While learning these important fundamentals, camp participants will engage in competition and games reinforcing learned techniques from earlier in the camp session.

Summer AT ENSWORTH |

Ensworth will be offering two great options for Swim School this summer, with 2-week sessions that meet Monday through Thursday, and classes that meet once a week on Saturdays the entire summer long. Whether your family has an interminable summer vacation planned or is planning to stay in town this summer, we have an option that will work with your busy summer schedule. Classes are available for all ages—whether it’s learning stroke technique or learning to swim. Go to ensworth.com/swimschool for more information.

Weeks 1–2 (June 5-16) Weeks 6–7 (July 10-21)

Baseball Little Sluggers Camp

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Basketball Skill Development Camp 5

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Mary Taylor Cowles (WK 3), Greg Eubanks (WK 7)

Coach Mary Taylor Cowles, Greg Eubanks, and the Ensworth varsity basketball staff will lead and instruct the Skill Development Camp, which facilitates players’ mastery of basic skills while learning more advanced ones as well. In particular, the camp focuses on form shooting, creating shots, ball handling, attacking the basket, passing, anticipation, as well as court awareness and spacing. DATES: Week 3 (June 19-23), Week 7 (July 17–21) MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $135/ week

Basketball Give & Go Camp K

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SPORTS CAMPS

Maurice Hopkins

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Basketball Mother-Daughter Clinic

Campers will enjoy a fun-filled week of books and basketball at the Lower/Middle School Campus! Participants will be placed in small groups and rotated through literacy activities that will focus on the foundations of becoming an avid, life-long reader. After a healthy snack, campers will then partake in a series of competitive basketball drills, games, and conditioning stations that are sure to enhance their overall basketball skills. DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23) MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm CAMPUS: LS/MS COST: $150; includes lunch

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Girls and their Mothers

Mary Taylor Cowles

Ever wanted to take your mom on in a game of Gotcha, OneOn-One or Around the World? Well this is the camp for you! Mothers and daughters will come together for this one day clinic to participate in basketball skill development drills and games. We will have some mother versus daughter competitions as well as some mother-daughter pairs taking on other mother-daughter pairs. Camp will culminate with a quick basketball basics tutorial from Head Varsity Coach Mary Taylor Cowles, who will teach moms all they need to know about the sport to watch their daughters and cheer them on. Come join us for the first annual mother-daughter basketball clinic! Min. 5 (mother-daughter pairs) DATE: May 31 MORNING: 9:00am–12:30pm COST: $50

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Ensworth Basketball Coaches & Alumni

Join Enworth Basketball coaches and alumni for these weekly clinics designed to improve overall basketball skill level. Campers will work on different aspects of the game in each clinic and then spend the last portion of most clinics scrimmaging one another. No matter what your age or skill level is, these clinics are designed to help everyone improve. Join us for one or join us for all! Clinics will occur every Monday this summer with the exception of May 29, June 26 and July 3. DATES: Monday Nights: March–November 2017 (No camps May 29, June 26 and July 3) AFTERNOON: 6:15pm–7:30pm COST: $20/session

Summer Basketball League See page 20 for details.


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Lindsay White Join us for some groovy summer fun as we get down at our first-ever Ensworth Hip Hop Camp! Open to both guys and girls, this camp will include high energy dance choreography, cool tricks, and fun dance games for grades K-8. No previous dance experience is required! Students should wear comfortable clothing they can move freely in, and sneakers, and bring a water bottle! min. 10, max. 25

CHEERLEADING Cheer Fundamentals Camp K

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DATES: Grades K–4: Week 3 (June 19–23) Afternoon: 1:00pm–4:00pm Grades 5–8: Week 6 (July 10–14) Afternoon: 3:00pm–5:00pm COST: $135

Girls

FOOTBALL

Allison Perkins

DATES: Week 2 (June 12–16) MORNING: 9:00am-12:00pm COST: $135

Cheer Skill Development Camp 6

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Allison Perkins

Cheerleading Skill Development Camp is geared toward rising Grades 5-8 girls who have a desire to cheer either on the school or competitive level. This camp will focus on a dance routine, cheers, jumps, intermediate tumbling and intermediate stunting. Campers will improve their fundamentals and have a chance to see what it would be like to be a part of a cheerleading squad. The camp will culminate with a performance for family and friends on the final afternoon of camp! Min. 5 DATES: Mon.–Thurs, Week 1 (Mon.–Thurs.,June 5–8) AFTERNOON: 3:00pm–5:00pm COST: $100

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Ensworth Flag Football camp will teach and develop both football skills (passing, catching, ball carriage) as well as flag football specific skills such as flag pulling and play execution. Through participation in both fundamental drills and game play, kids will improve their skills in a fun and instructional environment. Min. 20 DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23) AFTERNOON: 1:00pm–4:00pm COST: $135

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At Cheerleading Fundamentals Camp, campers will spend the week learning a dance routine, cheers, jumps, basic tumbling, and basic stunting to help improve their foundation in cheer. During each rotation, campers will be working with an Ensworth Cheerleader who will help them perfect the final routines which will be performed for family and friends the final morning of camp! Don’t miss out on this great opportunity!

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LACROSSE Lacrosse Fundamentals K

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This padded camp focuses on teaching players the appropriate and safest blocking and tackling techniques. Not only will these techniques keep them safe but will give each player the greatest opportunity for success. In addition, players will receive instruction from the Ensworth varsity football staff learning the techniques and fundamentals used by Ensworth’s varsity football team. Min. 5. Contact; Ensworth does not provide pads. DATES: Mon–Wed, Week 6 (July 10–12) NIGHT: 6:00–8:00pm COST: $90

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Linemen will learn proper techniques and fundamentals that will help them become effective and efficient players. Each drill will be position specific and directly translate into real game situations. See more details online! DATE: May 31 AFTERNOON: 6:00pm–8:00pm COST: $40

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This camp is designed for beginner players as an introduction to the game. The camp will focus on basic skills including stick work, dodging and shooting technique, defensive positioning, and footwork. Learn about the field positioning and rules of the game. By the end, everything will be incorporated into competitive play. Min: 10 Campers BOYS

Mark Cahak DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23) MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $135 GIRLS

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This camp is designed for lacrosse players looking to sharpen their skills and ultimately prepare them to play at a competitive level. The camp will focus on advancing stick work, offensive motion, defensive positioning and team play. Game-like situations will be incorporated to put these skills into actions. All skill levels are welcomed. Min: 10 BOYS

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DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $135 GIRLS

Corey Donohoe

DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $135

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Campers will work on basic technical skills with a specific focus on ball control, dribbling, passing, and shooting. Each day, camp will culminate with small-sided games where campers will be able to practice their techniques. Min. 12 DATES: Week 7 (July 17-21) MORNING: 9:00am – 12:00pm COST: $135

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The E Sports Softball Camp combines skills, drills, and breakdown components of softball. Our focus will be on improving skills in the infield, outfield, and implementing hitting technique. We will be covering pitching and catching basics. Defensive situations, bunting, and baserunning will be demonstrated and taught to all ages. DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) MORNING: 9:00am-12:00pm COST: $135

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Official Coaches from FC Barcelona The official FCB summer soccer camp series is coming to Ensworth. Boys and girls from 6-18 and all playing levels are invited to attend. The camp is led by official FCB coaches who will travel to the US from FCB’s famed La Masia Youth Soccer Academy. The staff focuses on teaching campers the very same championship methodology employed by the best club in the world. Registration is extremely limited. *FC Barcelona Camp is not affiliated with E Sports Camps REGISTER: http://camps.fcbarcelona.us DATES: Week 3 (June 19-23) ALL DAY: 8:00am – 2:00pm COST: Early Bird $445 (Full Price$545)

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Come and join us at E Sports Camps this summer for a taste of it all! Our campers will have the opportunity to learn the basics of three great girls sports: Volleyball, Soccer & Softball. Campers will rotate through different drills and games for each sport, allowing them to develop a foundation in three sports in just one week. There is no better way to figure out what sports you like than getting to try them all in one camp. We hope you will join us for the first annual combo camp with E Sports! Min. 10 DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23) MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $135

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FC Barcelona Soccer Camp at Ensworth*

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This summer-long training program will take a 5-week approach to instruct athletes on the proper techniques necessary to maximize their athletic potential. Utilizing progressive training methods, athletes will improve their linear speed through the use of sleds, belts, and speedspecific drills. Athletes will also learn the proper mechanics of explosive power lifting and resistance training at an age-appropriate pace. Footwork and quickness will be emphasized to improve change-of-direction skills. Join us for any or all weeks this summer to build a foundation for enhancing your athletic performance. Athletes may come to any combination of sessions.

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Our Quick Start Program teaches the fundamentals of tennis on smaller courts with smaller racquets and lower bouncing balls. Typically, this camper is relatively new to tennis and will receive instruction on the fundamentals of tennis. Stroke techniques, elementary tactics, desirable practice habits, and skill building games will be learned. Min. 8, max. 40 (per week)

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This camp is designed to offer kids a fun day in the sun playing tennis complemented with cool water activities in our Natatorium. Campers will receive instruction on tennis and swimming fundamentals while enjoying games such as team tennis, ping pong, fun relays, ring toss, and water obstacle courses and races. Min. 10 DATES:

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MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $225 per session

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Week 7 (July 17–21) Week 8 (July 24–28) ALL DAY: 9:00am–4:00pm COST: $250 per session


VOLLEYBALL Volleyball Skill Development Camp 5

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This camp is a fun, healthy environment for kids to learn basic volleyball skills, motor skills, and intro to game skills. Build basic skills and confidence in a safe environment. The players will learn basic ball handling, including passing and serving, also understanding court layout/boundaries, and sportsmanship. DATES: Week 3 (June 19-23) AFTERNOON: 3:00pm – 5:00pm COST: $100

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DATES: Week 6 (July 10-14) MORNING: 9:00am – 12:00pm COST: $135

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DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23) MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $135

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Start the season strong with the total package team camp! Your players will receive high level technical instruction, work through rotations and drills with their team, get competition experience together, and participate in team bonding activities. We will also have sessions just for coaches to learn new drills and strategies. Each 3-hour session includes technical instruction, match play, team building exercises, and coaching seminar for adults. DATES: Week 8 (July 24–28) MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm COST: $650 per team (max. 10 players per team)

Note: Bringing two teams from one school? Contact us, you can get half off your second team coming from the same school!

YOGA Yoga Camp K-8, Adults

Ashley Ray (Habitat Yoga)

Join Miss Ashley of Habitat Yoga for a fun-filled week of yoga poses and sequences, fun and creative games, songs, breathing exercises, mindfulness crafts, guided meditations, and more! This camp will teach you how to do many different yoga poses, including challenging inversions, like headstand, handstand, and crow; and we’ll also focus on calming techniques to achieve some balance and zen. Great for kids who enjoy gymnastic activities, have extra energy, have trouble sleeping, or want to gain flexibility and balance to complement their sports training. Min. 10 See page 31 for the adults class offered this summer! DATES: Week 2 (June 12–16) AFTERNOON: 1:00-3:00pm (Grades K–3) 3:00-5:00pm (Grades 4–8) COST: $100

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Come and join us at E Sports Camps this summer for a taste of it all! Our campers will have the opportunity to learn the basics of three great girls sports: Volleyball, Soccer & Softball. Campers will rotate through different drills and games for each sport, allowing them to develop a foundation in three sports in just one week. There is no better way to figure out what sports you like than getting to try them all in one camp. We hope you will join us for the first annual combo camp with E Sports! Min. 10

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Develop your volleyball skills. Serving, Passing, Attacking, Setting, and Blocking will be the five skills touched on in each session. Each individual will be placed in a group that fits their skill level. Camp includes station work, positional work, and competition.

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(no games week of July 3; tournament played on July 10–13) Monday evenings: Grades 3–4 Boys & Girls,

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Grades 5–6 Boys & Girls

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Thursday evenings: Grades 7–8 Boys & Girls, Grade 2 Boys CAMPUS: HS Campus & LS/MS Campus COST: $110/player or $880/ team for Grades 3-8

$105/player or $525/ team for Grades K-2 SPECIFICS:

Two 20-min. running halves, 3 min. halftime. (Gr. 3–8) Two 18-min. running halves, 3 min. halftime. (Gr. K–2) *Must have minimum of 7 players per team for Grades 3–8 & 5 per team for Grades K-2 *For information on doubleheaders & other info, visit www.ensworth.com/sportsleagues. REGISTRATION: Deadline is May 14, 2017.

Register at www.ensworth.com/sports leagues. Coaches meeting: May 24, 2017.

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The Elite Lacrosse League will focus on building on the fundamentals of the game into bigger team concepts. There will be a large emphasis placed on proper technique of throwing, catching, dodging, and defensive footwork and how to incorporate that into live play. The games will offer a chance for the girls to get out on the field and put what they’ve learned during practice into a scrimmage setting. Min. 20 DATES: Mon & Wed, May 31–June 21

5:00pm-6:30pm (Mondays will be practices and Wednesdays will be games; the first Wednesday will be a practice). COST: $150

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Join us for E Sports Leagues Summer Girls Lacrosse Program. The practices will focus on the basic fundamentals (throwing, catching, groundballs, shooting, defensive footwork) of lacrosse. The games will offer a chance for the girls to get out on the field and put what they’ve learned during practice into live play. All skill levels are welcome! Min: 15 DATES: Mondays & Wednesdays, July 10–August 2

Mondays and Wednesdays from 5-6:30pm Mondays will be practices and Wednesdays will be games (the first Wednesday will be a practice). COST: $150

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Enrichment Camps Grade levels refer to the camper’s grade in the 2017-2018 school year. All Lower/Middle School Camps require a $50 non-refundable deposit, which applies to the cost of the camp, or you may choose to pay in full at time of registration. If you choose to pay the deposit, on June 5th your online method of payment will be charged automatically the balance due. The registration deadline is May 31st. Late registration may be available, with a $35 late fee, after May 31st, if a camp has available spots. Camp transfers requested after May 31st may incur a $35 fee.

Students who attend two half-day camps during the same week may stay for lunch (included) from 11:30am-12:00pm.

Cancellation Policy Refunds on camps, minus the $50 non-refundable deposit, will be given until May 31st. No refunds will be issued after May 31st. Ensworth Lower/ Middle School Camps reserves the right to cancel due to low enrollment, in which case, refunds will be issued in full.

Questions? SHERLANDA@ENSWORTH.COM 615-250-8999

Register Online ENSWORTH.COM /SUMMER

Location LOWER/MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMPUS unless otherwise noted

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Enrichment Camps Grades

PRE-K through GRADE 8

Location LOWER/MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMPUS

Cubs Club Pre-K, Ages 4 (BY MARCH 1) to 5 years

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Get ready for a week of fun at Ensworth! Campers will enjoy indoor and outdoor activities, water play, music, crafts, circle time, stories, nature walks, lunch, and lots more. Our Tiger Cubs will find a variety of activities to keep them busy and entertained. Lunch and snack provided, or bring your own. Sessions repeat curriculum; please sign up for one session only. Max: 12 SESSIONS: Week 3 (June 19–23), Week 4 (June 26–30) ALL DAY: 9:30am–1:30pm COST: $225 (snack & lunch provided)

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Ensworth Junior Camp’s goal is to give campers a happy and relaxed summer experience with each other and with our counselors. Snack and lunch will be provided each day. Daily activities include: swimming, arts and crafts, free play, drama and music, and fitness. No partial sessions or walk-ins. DATES: Weeks 1-2 (June 5–16), Weeks 3-4 (June 19–30) ALL DAY: 9:00am–2:00pm COST: $400 (snack & lunch provided)

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Enjoy water fun, arts, crafts, games, and other exciting adventures! Max: 16 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) Week 2 (June 12–16) Week 3 (June 19–23) Week 4 (June 26–30) ALL DAY: 9:00am–2:00pm COST: $250 (snack & lunch provided)

ThinkFun Game Camp 3

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Play a variety of mind challenging games in a social environment. ThinkFun brand games including Rush Hour, Grid Works, Square by Square, Chocolate Fix, and Hot Spot will encourage critical thinking skills, spatial reasoning and logic. DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23), Week 4 (June 26–30) MORNING: 9:00am–11:30am COST: $125


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Love gaming? Geocaching is outdoor gaming: a scavenger hunt using GPS devices (provided) to navigate to your destination, followed by a search for the treasure! Max: 12 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) MORNING: 9:00am–11:30am COST: $125

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Do you like to solve mysteries? Become a character in a mystery and guess “who done it!” Come enjoy fun and challenging activities involving reading and deductive skills. Max: 12 DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23) MORNING 9:00am–11:30am COST: $125

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Smoothies, salads, and soups, oh, my! Come join us as we study and cook with a variety of fresh vegetables – some familiar, and some hidden gems! Each day we will try at least two recipes with our vegetable of the day. We will also learn about where and how that vegetable grows and develop our own books of recipes. Our week will culminate with a cook-off! Max: 12 DATES: Week 2 (June 12–16) ALL DAY: 9:00am–2:00pm COST: $250

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This is the perfect camp for all aspiring wizards and witches. Experience classes and activities from Hogwarts while reliving some of Harry Potter’s greatest adventures. We will play magical games, do crafts, and learn as much as we can about the wizarding world. Familiarity with the books is preferred for a truly magical experience. Max: 12 DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23), Week 4 (June 26–30) AFTERNOON: 12:00pm–2:00pm COST: $150

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Service Learning Camp will give campers the opportunity to learn about people in the community who need our help. Each day we will travel to a different location and spend time helping and caring for others! Past activities have included working with children, animals, the elderly, and community gardening. Spend the week making a difference in the lives of others. Cost includes a donation to each agency where we volunteer. Snack provided; campers bring their own lunch. Max: 12 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9), Week 2 (June 12–16), Week 3 (June 19–23) ALL DAY: 9:00am–2:00pm COST: $250

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Calling all actors and actresses! We will explore a variety of improvisation and performance games and activities. Drama Camp will give you the chance to have fun and enjoy the spotlight. Max: 12 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) AFTERNOON: 12:00pm–2:00pm COST: $125

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Digital Photography Camp 3

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Enjoy taking digital photos all over campus then discover how to edit them and give them special effects! All campers will save their collection of photos and frame their favorite for home. Cameras provided.

DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9), Week 2 (June 12–16) AFTERNOON: 12:00pm–2:00pm COST: $125

DATES: Week 2 (June 12–16) MORNING: 9:00am–11:30am COST: $150

Music Theory & Composition

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Junkyard Wars Camp 4

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Do you have what it takes to turn bottles and toothpicks into towers and bridges? If so, then you’re ready for Junkyard Wars. This camp will challenge students to solve unique problems by transforming everyday objects into something extraordinary. You’ll never look at cardboard the same way! Max: 12 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9), Week 2 (June 12–16) ALL DAY: 9:00am–2:00pm COST: $250; snack & lunch provided

Students will dig into the very foundation of musical structure and composition as they apply newfound knowledge to their very own work. Campers will discover the elements of music, chord structures, melodic technique, orchestration and more, all while writing their very own piece of music! Max: 16 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) ALL DAY: 9:00am–2:00pm COST: $250

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Campers will be introduced to basic programming concepts using the Scratch program. Campers will create animations and games to share with the group. Previous experience not required, but campers should be comfortable using a computer and/ or a tablet. Max: 12 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9), Week 2 (June 12-16) AFTERNOON: 12:00pm – 2:00pm COST: $125

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Students will use a variety of online and app-based coding activities to experience programming in a fun way through drawing, gaming, and animation. Campers will be guided through coding activities which may include Swifty, Code. org, Scratch, Javascript programs, and programming a Sphero robot. Students may also choose to use one program

Developing musicians will explore the basics of musical structure and composition while they apply their newly gained knowledge to their own music. Campers will discover how to listen, analyze, and write music through a collection of fun and exciting activities that will unlock their creative potential as they write their very own piece of music! Max: 16 DATES: Week 4 (June 26–30) MORNING: 9:00am – 11:30am COST: $125

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This week will be filled with exploring different types of characters, playing games, and performing. Whether you have acted before or are trying it for the first time this is the camp for you. Come Act Out with us! Max: 12 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) MORNING: 9:00am–11:30am COST: $125


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Leslea Gaines

In this camp we will read a story of the day and then take part in a variety of crafts, games, and activities that will help bring this book to life. A truly immersive and fun experience for every young book lover! DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) Afternoon: 12:00pm–2:00pm Week 4 (June 26–30) Afternoon: 9:00am–11:30am COST: $125

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Take a road trip through the United States as we explore five of our National Parks through hands-on learning activities. We will finish the week with a hike through our very own Percy Warner Park. Max: 12 DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23), Week 4 (June 26–30) AFTERNOON: 9:00am–11:30am COST: $125

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Students will use online or app-based 3D Computer Aided Design tools to learn and practice digital 3D construction. Campers will be guided through design tools, which may include Tinkercad and 123D Design. Students will also choose one or more of their designs to 3D print. Campers will be able to continue learning 3D design on their own after this camp experience. Max: 12 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9), Week 2 (June 12–16) MORNING: 9:00am–11:30am COST: $150

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Develop your problem solving ability and strategy skills as you play your favorite games. In this camp we will learn to play classic board games, card games, and much more. Max: 12 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) MORNING: 9:00am–11:30am COST: $125

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Join us in a galaxy far, far away as we bring the world of Star Wars to life through games, crafts, and other exciting activities! Max: 12 DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23), Week 4 (June 26–30) AFTERNOON: 12:00pm–2:00pm COST: $125

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Driver Education: Brentwood Driver Training

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This course is offered through Brentwood Driver Training. The entire course is completed in one week and consists of 30 classroom hours and six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. The driving lessons are done during class, with some lessons possible after class. Everyone that completes this course receives a driver’s education certificate good for an insurance discount. When students take the 30-hour classroom course, they can be exempt from taking the tests at the Driver Testing Station (see eligibility details below). Min: 12/Max: 35 (Must reach 12 by 6/1) DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23) ALL DAY: 8:30am–4:00pm; 2:30 dismissal on Friday CAMPUS: HS COST: $425 PERMIT/LICENSE ELIGIBILITY: If you are fifteen and a half and already have a Permit, you may test with Brentwood Driver Training for your Drivers License. If you are fifteen or will be turning fifteen by the last day of your class, you may test for your Learners Permit with Brentwood Driver Training. If you are sixteen or will turn sixteen within 360 days after the class, and you already have a Learners Permit, you may test for your Drivers License with Brentwood Driver Training. The 3rd party certificate you receive from Brentwood Driver Training, which exempts you from testing at the Drivers Testing Station, is given in addition to the Drivers Ed Certificate of Completion used for insurance discounts. The 3rd party certificate is valid for 360 days after issuance. Brentwood Driver Training does not guarantee a permit or license just by attending the course. You must also successfully pass the test.

Lifeguard Certification Class 15 years +

Kristen Walker

This certification course teaches the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to aquatic emergencies. Register through the aquatics tab on ensworth.com/ summer. DATES: May 30–June 2 ALL DAY: 9:00am–4:00pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $250

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Our babysitting training course will help students learn how to understand what to do in an emergency, choose age-appropriate activities, recognize and handle a range of behaviors, learn how to start their own babysitting business, develop leadership skills, help keep themselves and others safe, help children learn how to behave, and learn basic first aid. Min: 5/Max: 12 DATE: June 3 ALL DAY: 9:00am–1:00pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $85


iBooks Author Academy 6

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If you love writing stories or poetry, working with images and or video and want to build a project that can be published, this week is for you! Participants will build an interactive, multimedia digital book from start to finish using Apple tools and iBooks Author. Work with peers and experts and leave with an actual book published on Apple’s iBooks Store! Min: 4/Max: 16 DATE: Week 1 (June 5–9) ALL DAY: 9:00am–3:00pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $250

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Bradley Metrock (Score Publishing)

Do you love to write stories or poetry, create music, or work with digital images and videos? At this camp, we will use several Apple technologies from iMovie, Garageband, Photobooth, and iBooks Author as well as iPad apps to create a published digital book to the iBook Store. Bring your stories or ideas and create an authentic published project. Min: 4/Max: 16

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Bradley Metrock (Score Publishing)

Learn Apple’s coding language Swift through interactive activities. Explore debugging, functions, loops, and commands in this fun and engaging weeklong camp. Campers will begin to understand and leverage the language of technology through coding activities and games. Bring your ideas to camp and watch them come alive through the Swift coding language! Min: 4/Max: 16 DATE: Week 3 (June 19–23) ALL DAY: 9:00am–3:00pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $250

Reading & Writing in the Woods 9

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David Berry

What do the woods beyond our fence smell like in the morning? How does the light fall in the forest hour by hour? Take a few days to rest in the woods this summer, cultivating a bond with literature, each other, and the land. Beginning with the woods, rivers, and farmlands outside our own back door, the week includes an overnight camping trip. Our readings, like the course itself, are short and sweet and include selections from American nature writers such as David George Haskell and southern agrarians such as Wendell Berry. Min: 4/Max: 10 DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9) MORNING: 10:00am–12:30pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $195 + $25 Trip Fee

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DATE: Week 2 (June 12–16) ALL DAY: 9:00am–3:00pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $250

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Reading and Writing the City Life 9

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Myra McLarey

Writers become writers by letting their senses, and then their imagination, take flight. We use this week to hone the skills of listening and noticing as we explore the city with notebooks in hand. We go to malls, parks, and an art museum. The essays we read aloud (at the beginning of the day) are fun, short, and compelling. It is a great companion course to Reading and Writing in the Woods or it can stand alone. Either way, you will be pleased with the work you do, and you will have a notebook that you will want to keep forever. Min: 5/Max: 12 DATES: June 13-15 ALL DAY: 9:30am–2:30pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $225

Shakespeare Boot Camp 9

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David Berry

Master an audition monologue. Develop a toolbox for working with Shakespeare’s text that you can carry with you for years to come. Whether you are a first time actor or more experienced, this week-long short-course will give you the opportunity to set and achieve goals, and to get the workout that you don’t have time for during rehearsals. We will learn exercises designed to strengthen the actor’s body and voice, and explore a physical approach to harnessing the dynamic power of Shakespeare’s language. Participants should memorize an instructor-approved monologue prior to camp. Min: 4/Max: 10 DATES: Week 2 (June 12–16) MORNING: 10:00am–12:30pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $195


Juggling with Library Pete 9

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Ensworth Students

Pete Carden

Various Ensworth Faculty

DATES: Mon, June 5–26 AFTERNOON: 4:00pm–6:00pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $140 for all four sessions

DATES: August 7–10 MORNING: 9:00am–12:00pm CAMPUS: HS

Expand your toolbox! Come dip a toe into the circus arts with Nashville’s renowned Pete Carden. Over four Mondays in June, Pete will offer a crash course in juggling, puppetry and other tricks of the trade not found in most high school theatre curriculums. These are the skills that can help to separate you from the crowd at an audition, or at a party. Students receive a discounted rate by signing up for the Stage Combat course running on the same series of Monday nights. Pete’s pitch: “Yes, I can teach you to juggle in two hours.” Min: 4/Max: 12

COST: $175

attend every session (contact for details).

College Essay Writing Workshops Stage Combat 9

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Eric Pasto-Crosby

DATES: Mon, June 5–26 AFTERNOON: 6:00pm-8:00pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $140 for all four sessions

Note: Pro-rated pricing available for those unable to attend every session (contact for details).

Ensworth Students

Varina Wilse

One-day workshops to assist Seniors with their college application essays. Bring your laptops! Max: 16 DATES: Session I: June 5

Session II: June 12

Session III: June 13

Session IV: August 8

Session V: August 9

Session VI: August 10

Session VII: August 11

ALL DAY: 9:30am–2:30pm CAMPUS: HS COST: FREE! Lunch provided

College Counseling Senior Application Workshop 12

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Laura Stewart, Director of College Counseling Terry Whitehill, Associate Director of College Counseling Paul Phillips, College Counselor JJ Anthony, College Counselor

Interested in getting a jump start on the college application process? Come to this application workshop. We will begin work on the Common Application and the new Coalition Application. Not required, but highly recommended for all seniors. Bring your laptops! DATE: August 15 AFTERNOON: 12:00pm–3:00pm CAMPUS: HS COST: FREE! Lunch provided

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Come learn how to punch, elbow, kick, knee, stab, sword fight, and grapple someone in a painful looking fashion without hurting anyone in the process. You will learn the basics of a variety of stage combat disciplines as taught through the Society of American Fight Directors. Course instructor Eric Pasto-Crosby is a certified Advanced Actor Combatant through the Society of American Fight Directors; he has choreographed violence for many professional theatre companies, films, and schools in the Nashville area. Students receive a discounted rate by signing up for the Juggling with Library Pete course running on the same series of Monday nights. Min: 4/Max: 12

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Anxious about beginning your Ensworth High School career on the right foot? Want to avoid feeling lost or confused in your first weeks at the High School? Introduction to Ensworth is a weeklong camp that provides an overview of the High School to all incoming new students. It focuses on four crucial areas: the writing process, Harkness discussion, study skills, and life at the High School campus. Students spend approximately three hours each day taking separate classes that cover information, expectations, and suggestions geared towards easing the transition. Min: 5/Max: 20

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Adult Enrichment PARENTS, ALUMNI, & FRIENDS

Location HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS unless otherwise noted


Introduction to Pottery on the Wheel 18 years +

Audry Deal-McEver

DATES: Mon, June 5–July 10 (6 weeks) AFTERNOON: 6:00pm-9:00pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $180 for all sessions + $35 material fee

Introduction to Music 18 years +

Ever wondered how musicians do what they do? Ever listen to a piece of music and wish you could understand what’s really going on? Ever see a piece of sheet music and think it looks like a foreign language you wish you could read? Then this class is for you! This exciting and unique class offers an introduction into the vast world of music. You’ll learn how music is structured, what makes it sound the way it does, how performances are prepared, where many genres of music come from, and you’ll even learn to perform a bit! This class is perfect for anyone who’s been itching to know what music is all about. DATES: Mondays & Wednesdays June 5–July 12 (6 weeks) AFTERNOON: 6:00-8:00pm CAMPUS: HS COST: $285

Ashley Ray (Habitat Yoga)

Join Ashley Ray of Habitat Yoga for a week of vinyasa yoga classes. Ashley is a 200 hr Yoga Alliance certified teacher and has been teaching yoga to adults and kids since 2014. She is known for her positive, upbeat energy; her creative sequences; and her focus on safe alignment in postures. Open to all levels, these classes are perfect for new beginners or seasoned yogis looking to go deeper in their practice. Each class will feature a different theme to increase your strength, flexibility, balance, energy, and range of motion. Along with a healthy body, yoga can help you calm your mind, ease stress and anxiety, and improve your sleep quality. Min. 6; Register under E Sports Camps. DATES: Week 2 (June 12–16) MORNING: 9:30am-10:30am CAMPUS: HS COST: $75

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Elias Salazar

18 years +

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This introductory level class will teach students how to make functional works of art on the potter’s wheel. Together we’ll explore cups, mugs, bowls, and even vase forms while also learning about electric kiln firing and cone six glazes. Examples of contemporary and historical pottery will be shown as inspiration. No experience is required and all tools/materials will be provided.

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NASHVILLE CHILDREN’S THEATRE at Ensworth

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NASHVILLE CHILD R E N’S T HEAT E R

Nashville Children’s Theatre is delighted to once again offer drama camps at Ensworth this summer, giving students ages 5-14 the opportunity to explore their creativity onstage.

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Junior Artists Production 10-14 years

We’re thrilled to announce our fourth year of this popular program! Students participating in this camp will be cast in an hour-long musical production, complete with costumes, professional lighting, and simple scenery. Cast members will develop their skills through a professional-style rehearsal process, and share their work through two formal performances. Check our website for details about this summer’s title! DATES: Mon–Fri, June 5 – 23 (3 weeks) PERFORMANCES: June 23 at 7:00pm & June 24 at 2:00pm COST: $655 (Register before May 1st and get the reduced cost of $615) IMPORTANT INFO:

• All registered students must complete an audition in Spring 2017. Audition is for placement only—all registered campers will perform in our Middle School Musical. • Cast members will receive two complimentary tickets for the performance of their choice. Additional tickets will be available for $12 each.

How to Register: Registration for these camps will begin in early February. Please visit www.nashvillect.org and click on “Drama Classes” for details – including information about our Early Bird tuition! For help with questions, call Ginny at (615) 252-4662.


NCT Playbuilding Classes These classes are designed to be repeated with new content explored in each weekly session. All camps culminate in a sharing for family and friends, giving students the chance to demonstrate what they’ve learned throughout the week. Sharings take place at 3:00pm on Friday of each week.

ALL DAY: 9:00am-3:00pm CAMPUS: HS

Staging Stories

AFTERCARE: 3:00pm-5:30pm

DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9)

Mon–Fri. Consists of supervised, unstructured free play. $40/week or $10/day.

COST: $275/weekly session*

*Register before May 1st and get a reduced rate of$255/session

DATES: Week 2 (June 12–16) 5-7 years

Picture books serve as the springboard into a theatrical adventure, giving your child the opportunity to develop fundamental acting skills while working as a team to bring stories to life! Exercising their natural creativity through movement, vocal work, games and improvisation, campers portray beloved storybook characters (as well as new favorites!) while gaining confidence and presence onstage. In Storybook Adventures, students will learn basic theatre terminology and skills that will help them as they progress into future theatre endeavors.

Fairy Tale Frenzy DATES: Week 1 (June 5–9), Week 3 (June 19–23) 5-7 years

Big Bad Wolves, Red Capes, Magic Beans, and Glass Slippers! Step inside your favorite stories in a drama camp full of magic and adventure! Using movement, vocal work, improvisation and creative drama techniques, students will stretch their imaginations and develop their acting skills. In Fairy Tale Frenzy, the teaching artist will select a fairy tale that the students will stage at the end of the week. Through this process, students will refine their actor’s toolbox of body, voice, and imagination.

Rooted in folklore, fables, myths, and legends, your child will grow their understanding of storytelling and acting fundamentals while elevating one of these classic tales to new heights on the stage! Working closely with their classmates, students will develop characters, explore plot, and create staging based on the words from the original story. Enhancing understanding and increasing knowledge of the theatrical process, Staging Stories provides students with the tools to build the essentials of acting, commitment, and teamwork.

Intro to Improv DATES: Week 3 (June 19–23) 8-10 years

Everyone can tell a good joke, or share a zinger of a story, but not everyone can do it on the spur of the moment! In this class, students will work as an improv ensemble, or troupe, to create uproarious scenes and play improv games that will keep them on their toes and their audience rolling in the aisles. Students will work together to learn new ways to use their voices and bodies expressively, create bold characters, and discover the fundamentals of improvised comedy–and will have plenty of laughs along the way!

Myths & Legends DATES: Week 2 (June 12–16) 8-10 years

In this class, your child will get a little epic as they explore the power of myths and legends, elevating larger-than-life characters and adventures to new heights on the stage. As they develop their own theatrical version of a selected story, students could find themselves dramatizing a courageous quest, creating a mammoth monster, or discovering the dynamic qualities of the world around them.

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Credit & Review Courses CREDIT COURSES These courses satisfy Ensworth diploma requirements. Each course is graded using the grading scale published in the Ensworth Handbook. They are open to non-Ensworth students unless otherwise specified. Courses taken by Ensworth students are added to their transcripts and course grades are included in GPA calculations.

REVIEW COURSES Review Courses are designed for students from any school who have completed a full year of study in the subject and wish to strengthen their skills in that area, and also for students new to Ensworth who wish to facilitate their transition to the high school program.

Register Online WWW.ENSWORTH.COM /SUMMER

Location HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS unless otherwise noted

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Credit Courses H i g h Sc ho o l S t ud ent s

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June 5 - 30 (5 days/week, M to F, 3 hrs/day)

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$800 ($750 before April 2) Non-refundable* deposit: $75

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June 5 - July 18 (5 days/week, M to F, 4 hrs/day) No classes July 3-4

COST

$1600 ($1500 by April 2) Non-refundable* deposit: $75

*Deposits are non-refundable unless the course is cancelled.

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CREDIT: Semester Lower Course Credit in Visual Arts

ART Studio Art 2 11

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This course is designed for students who enjoy studio art and want to continue to progress their artistic skills. Students explore a variety of drawing media, water based paints, and relief printmaking methods. Students investigate more advanced compositional arrangements, thematic choices and the appropriate use of reference materials. The creative process is supported by textbook assignments and the study of old master, multicultural and contemporary artists through presentations, discussions and critique. PREREQUISITE: Studio Art 1 or Departmental Approval CREDIT: Semester Lower Course Credit in Visual Arts

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This masters level course is designed for visual arts students who want to deepen their exploration in a wide range of techniques and methods in the classical disciplines of drawing, painting and printmaking. Conceptual approaches to composition and subject matter also engage students in greater experimentation and inquiry. Students learn to support their ideas with correct appropriation and original reference material. Advanced media use, such as oil paint, screen printing, drawing, and mixed media techniques are explored. Students must have a strong commitment to advance their projects outside of class to keep pace with the production expectations of the course. PREREQUISITE: Studio Art 2 or Departmental Approval; Masters CREDIT: Semester Upper Course Credit in Visual Arts

ART Studio Art 4 10

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This masters level course is designed for serious art students who want to continue to build their portfolios. Advanced painting, drawing, printmaking, and mixed media methods are further explored. Students engage in increasingly complex compositional schemes and conceptual subject matter. Students must have a strong commitment to advance their projects outside of classand to keep pace with the production explorations of the course. Studio 4 is a semester of challenging coursework for the passionate artist and a prerequisite for AP Studio. PREREQUISITE: Studio Art 3 or Departmental Approval; Masters CREDIT: Semester Upper Course Credit in Visual Arts

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This course is for the student who loves drawing and painting and wants to advance their technique and compositional skills. Assignments are designed to advance a student’s ability to depict objects through direct observation and the use of one’s imagination in developing interesting subject matter. In-class exercises and formal projects include the use of graphite, charcoal, pastel and water-based painting media. The creative process is supported by textbook readings, written assignments, and discussions of historical, contemporary and multicultural art.

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This masters level course is designed for serious art students who want to continue to build their portfolios for college review, or to create additional college-worthy work for AP Studio. Advanced painting, printmaking, drawing, and mixed media methods are specifically tailored to boost students’ techniques and hone their particular styles. Students continue to explore innovative composition and conceptual subject-matter. Students must have a strong commitment to advance their projects outside of class and to keep pace with the production expectations of the course. PREREQUISITE: Studio Art 4 or Departmental Approval; Masters CREDIT: Semester Upper Course Credit in Visual Arts

ENG British Literature: Literary Adaptations

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Have you ever watched a movie based off of a favorite book and found yourself aghast at the changes made to the plot or the characters? Can a movie really ever capture that which makes a story beautiful? Can an adaption tell the story better? This class explores these questions as we read classic and modern literature and analyze the films and other adaptations that they inspired. Authors and works studied vary according to student and instructor input, but may include Shakespeare, Austen, Tolkien, and/or Shelley. CREDIT: Semester Upper Course Credit in English British Literature

ENG Revenge Literature 11

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In popular literature and theatre, revenge has been a recurrent theme that has thrilled audiences, but beneath the surface of tension, audiences come to a greater understanding of issues of love, death, gender, race, family honor, politics, grace and forgiveness. We explore these themes and the revenge device in Greek and Elizabethan theatre, and contemporary literature. CREDIT: Semester Upper Course Credit in English British Literature

HIST The Art of Historical Investigation 10

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This course focuses on developing the Core Skills through researching, writing and collaborative projects. As a result of sustained, focused investigations, students gain additional proficiency locating and interpreting relevant primary and secondary sources for both assigned topics and topics of their own choosing. Students share their successes as well as the challenges they encounter throughout the research and writing process. Min: 10 CREDIT: Semester lower course credit in History

MATH Integrated Geometry/Algebra 9

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This course introduces Euclidean Geometry through an algebra intensive approach. Main concepts studied include angles, parallel lines, congruent triangles, plane figures (circles, polygons), coordinate geometry, introductory trigonometry, and 3-dimensional figures. In addition to working problems that intentionally review algebra skills throughout the course, students utilize technology to explore concepts and test conjectures. Students also study logic and write coherent proofs. PREREQUISITE: Algebra 1 & Ensworth Mathematics Department Approval CREDIT: Year Lower Course Credit in Mathematics

SCI Materials Science 11

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How does stuff break? To answer this question, students investigate how stuff is made and in doing so, will break stuff! Destructive and nondestructive tests will be conducted to investigate catastrophic failures such as bridge collapse, airplane structural failure, containers that leak, pipes that burst, and electrical failures. Advances in materials are at the core of significant technological advances, and we are in a materials revolution today! Students experience a hands-on introduction to materials science, engineering, and technology, joining researchers who push boundaries further than ever before, using biology, chemistry and physics to expand our technological frontiers. Min: 10 PREREQUISITE: Science Levels 1 and 2 CREDIT: Semester Upper Course Credit in Science


Review Courses H i g h Sc ho o l S t ud ent s

Semester

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June 5 - 30 (5 days/week, M to F, 1 hr 50 min/day)

COST

$575 ($500 before April 2) Non-refundable* deposit: $75

*Deposits are non-refundable unless the course is cancelled.

This course reviews the vocabulary, grammar, pinyin, and characters covered in Chinese 2 through additional practice with dialogues, blogs, journaling, and conversation. Correct stroke order and proper tones receive especial emphasis. Additional exposure to the language occurs through viewing short clips of contemporary Chinese films in Mandarin.

ENG English American Studies Review

LANG Chinese 3 Review

This course is designed for students who have taken American Studies at Ensworth and are seeking to strengthen their proficiency in the Core Skills. Students new to Ensworth and students from other schools who want to become stronger in the Core Skills and in American Studies are also welcome to take this course.

This review seeks to reinforce the student’s ability to read, write, and think exclusively in the target language. In addition to further work at mastery of tones and characters, class work focuses on revealing one’s ability to converse and write at an increasingly sophisticated level. The student’s experience with characters is further augmented by the reading of contemporary Chinese short stories.

HIST History World Studies Review

LANG French 1 Review

HIST History American Studies Review This course utilizes a hands-on approach to learning designed to encourage a passion for the study of history. Students tackle unsolved historical mysteries in an effort to strengthen the core skills that serve as the foundation to the Ensworth history curriculum. The course also introduces students to such basic topics as the impact of the Constitution, American foreign policy, and civil rights on America.

LANG Chinese 1 Review Additional review of the vocabulary, grammar, pinyin, and characters covered during the academic year study of the language occurs. Daily emphasis is on oral expression and on writing substantive paragraphs using characters.

This course reviews the major grammatical structures covered in French 1. Students study the regular and irregular verbs in the present tense before advancing to an introduction of the imperative case and the passé composé. Students also are taught proper sentence structure and correct usage of articles, adjectives, and pronouns.

LANG French 2 Review This course reviews the major grammatical structures covered in French 2. Students review the present tense and study the imperfect tense, the passé composé, the future tense, the imperative, and the conditional. Students learn more complex sentence structures and develop the skills to write an essay in French.

LANG French 3 Review This course reviews all of the major grammatical structures studied through French 3. Students review the indicative, subjunctive, and conditional moods. In addition to its strong grammar content, the course also deals with more complex structures involved in writing essays in French.

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This course utilizes a hands-on approach to learning designed to encourage a passion for the study of history. Students tackle unsolved historical mysteries in an effort to strengthen the core skills that serve as the foundation for the Ensworth history curriculum. The course also introduces students to such basic topics as the impact of Greece and Rome on world history.

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This course is designed for students who have taken English World Studies at Ensworth and are seeking to strengthen their proficiency before progressing to advanced English courses. Students new to Ensworth who wish to ease their transition into our skills based program and students from other schools who want to become stronger in the Core Skills are also welcome to take this course.

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LANG Chinese 2 Review

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LANG Latin 1 Review This course covers the basic grammatical structures of the Latin language. Students review the four groups of verbs in the present tense, the imperfect tense, the perfect tense, the future tense, the pluperfect tense, and the future perfect tense. Additionally, students review the five groups of nouns and the functions of each case in a sentence.

LANG Latin 2 Review This course reviews the important grammar topics of Latin 2, including passive voice and deponent verbs, comparative and superlative forms of adjectives and adverbs, expressions involving place or time, participles, ablative absolute, indirect statement, and subjunctive mood. A brief review of noun declensions and verb conjugations is also included.

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This course focuses on the main Geometry strands of the Ensworth course Integrated Geometry/Algebra. These may include constructions, parallelism, triangle congruence, area and perimeter of plane figures, geometric transformations, and right triangle trigonometry.

MATH Algebra 2 Review This course focuses on the main Algebra 2 concepts needed for further study in mathematics. These include function development and elementary analysis of linear, quadratic, and transcendental functions. Matrix theory is reviewed, and there is a review of the algebra of conic sections.

SCI Science Level 1 Review

This course reviews all of the major grammatical structures studied through Latin 3. The course focuses on translating original Latin texts such as Caesar’s De Bello Gallico into English.

This course reviews and assesses mastery of the high school Core Skills as applied to two major topics from the Biology semester and two major topics from the Chemistry semester. Biology topics include Cell Processes and Genetics; Chemistry topics include Solution Chemistry and Stoichiometry.

LANG Spanish 1 Review

SCI Science Level 2 Review

LANG Latin 3 Review

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MATH Integrated Geometry/Algebra Review

This course reviews the major grammatical structures of the Spanish language. Students review regular and the major irregular verbs in the present tense and immediate future tense before advancing to an introduction of the past tense. Students also are taught proper sentence structure and correct usage of articles, adjectives, and pronouns.

LANG Spanish 2 Review This course reviews the important grammar topics of Spanish 2. Students review the present tense and study the imperfect tense, the preterite, the future tense, the imperative, and the conditional. Students learn more complex sentence structures and develop the skills to write an essay in Spanish.

LANG Spanish 3 Review This course reviews all of the major grammatical structures studied through Spanish 3. Students review the indicative, subjunctive, and conditional moods. In addition to its strong grammar content, the course also deals with more complex structures involved in writing essays in Spanish.

MATH Algebra 1 Review This course reviews the main topics covered in a standard Algebra 1 class. Topics reviewed include equation solving, polynomial operations, laws of exponents, properties of real numbers, solving inequalities, graphing of functions, and introduction to solution of the quadratic equation.

This course reviews and assesses mastery of the high school core skills as applied to one fundamental topic from each of the Level 2 trimesters. From the physics trimester the topic is projectile motion, from the chemistry trimester the topic is stoichiometry, and from the biology trimester the topic is natural selection. Students who pass this course have sufficient mastery of the high school core skills in science to enroll in upper level science electives.

SEM Seminar 9 Review This course is designed for students to strengthen their proficiency in the Core Skills and subject matter covered in Seminar 9. Complementary to the collaborative nature of the regular course, this course focuses on individualized instruction, specifically in research, writing, and oral communication skills. This course also allows students to explore certain topics with greater depth and independence.

SEM Seminar 10 Review This course is designed for students to strengthen their proficiency in the Core Skills and subject matter covered in Seminar 10. The focus of the course is to hone communication and research skills in preparation for Grade 11. Each student spends the bulk of the course composing an independent research project to culminate the Seminar experience. Specific components of this project include topical exploration, an annotated bibliography and a formal presentation.


Summer Trips Middle School OUT WEST FLORIDA KEYS BELIZE High School CHINA TANZANIA CUBA

For ENSWORTH STUDENTS Register Online

WWW.ENSWORTH.COM /SUMMER


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Summer Trips MIDDLE SCHOOL

Belize Current Grade 7 Ensworth students only; students must be enrolled at Ensworth for the 2017–2018 school year at the time of the trip Jonathan Reveal 7

The Belize program is hosted at the Tropical Education Center outside of Belize City. Each day, students participate in a service project with St. Matthews Primary School, then spend the afternoon enjoying cultural activities, including visits to the Smithsonian Research Institute, Xunantunich, and the Mayan ruins. At the end of the trip, the group stays on the island of Parrot Caye, where they have the opportunity to snorkel the coral reefs, explore mangrove forests, and enjoy the beautiful island scenery. Must be enrolled at Ensworth for the 2017-2018 school year at the time of the trip.

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SUMM E R T RIPS

DATES: June 1–10 COST: $2500 plus airfare; Registration deadline: March 1, 2017 CONTACT: Revealj@ensworth.com

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Florida Keys Rising Grade 7 Ensworth students only Brooks Corzine 7

The Florida Keys trip offers the perfect combination of fun, learning, and exploration. During our time in Orlando, students will enjoy fun-filled time with their friends at Islands of Adventure, Blizzard Beach, Disney Magic Kingdom, House of Blues, and Cirque du Soleil. While we are in the Keys, we will be based at Sea Camp at the Newfound Harbor Marine Institute where the students will study marine biology and ecology in a hands-on manner through activities including snorkeling, night wades, and interactive lab activities. DATES: July 30 – August 4 COST: $1950; Registration deadline: June 1, 2017 CONTACT: Corzineb@ensworth.com

Out West Current Grade 8 Ensworth students only Keith Crowe 8

Students will travel the west for 18 days, camping under the stars every night, visiting historic sites, and viewing beautifully scenic landscapes. Past years’ activities included swimming, hiking, surfing, rafting, sightseeing, and much more. Campers return with an incredible group experience. DATES: June 11–28 COST: $2825; Registration deadline: January 31, 2017 (Registration after January 31 may incur additional fees associated with increased airline ticket costs) CONTACT: Crowek@ensworth.com


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China Rising Grades 10–12 Ensworth students only; students must be enrolled at Ensworth for the 2017–2018 school year at the time of the trip 10

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Tanzania Rising Grades 10–12 Ensworth students only; students must be enrolled at Ensworth for the 2017–2018 school year at the time of the trip 10

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DATES: June 25–July 9 COST: $3500 plus airfare; Registration deadline: March 1, 2017 CONTACT: Buchanans@ensworth.com

SUMMER TR I P S

The Tanzania program takes place near Arusha in Northern Tanzania, which is about 32 miles from the Kilimanjaro International Airport and surrounded by Tanzania’s most important national parks and game reserves. The trip begins in Moshi and then moves to Karatu, where the group partners with Banjika Secondary School students on the primary Community Project, designed in consultation with the needs and desires of the local community. The trip includes a visit to the Ngorongoro Crater for a game drive with friends from Banjika Secondary School into the crater in hopes of spotting lions, elephants, rhinos, wildebeest and more.

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*Price and travel dates remain an estimate until itinerary and flight details are finalized. Trip cost will include international round trip flights from Nashville, travel insurance, all accommodations, domestic travel, 3 meals/day, bottled water, group activities, and full time program leader. Price excludes visa, checked baggage fees, laundry, internet usage fees, calling cards, souvenirs, snacks and other shopping, activities not listed on the itinerary.

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DATES: July 9–22* COST: $4500; includes airfare; Registration deadline: February 13, 2017 CONTACT & REGISTRATION: Andy Kelley, Kelleya@ensworth.com

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The China program takes place in the central China cities of Zhengzhou and Beijing. Ensworth students partner with Chinese students in a summer language learning exchange and go on cultural excursions near Zhengzhou, including Shaolin Temple and two ancient Chinese capitals: Luoyang and Kaifeng. The group also visits the major sites in Beijing including The Forbidden City and The Great Wall. This trip exposes students to two very different urban centers in a country that is changing the economic landscape of the 21st century and allows them a unique opportunity to explore some off-the-beaten-path historical sites while being immersed in Mandarin and Chinese culture. Must be enrolled at Ensworth for the 2017-2018 school year at the time of the trip; Min. 10, Max. 15

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Fo r T H OR SW nts N E de Stu

HIGH SCHOOL

Cuba

New Trip!

10 11 12 Rising Grades 10–12 Ensworth students only; students must be enrolled at Ensworth for the 2017–2018 school year at the time of the trip

The Cuba program begins in Havana where students visit various community projects and collaborate with local students on dance, music, and arts. Then, the group transfers to Piñar del Rio to work with local leaders on solutions to global issues affecting the local community. The program is organized around the principles of disconnect, decenter and re-envision. Students disconnect from technology; they are challenged by immersive experiences that challenge and decenter them; and finally students re-envision themselves and their place in the world by understanding the perspectives of local Cuban students and community leaders.

Summer AT ENSWORTH |

SUMM E R T RIPS

DATES: June 24–July 3 COST: $3850 plus airfare; Registration deadline: March 1, 2017 CONTACT: Buchanans@ensworth.com

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Register Online WWW.ENSWORTH.COM /SUMMER


Summer AT ENSWORTH S C HE DU L E NOTES Course Title

Campus

Time

Fee

Child’s Name

Time Fee N O C L AS S ES

Child’s Name

WEEK ONE JU NE 5 -9

WEEK TWO JU NE 12-16

W EEK THREE JU NE 19-2 3

WEEK FOU R

WEEK S I X JU LY 10 -14

JU LY 17-2 1

W EEK EI GHT JU LY 24 -28

JU LY 3 1-AU G 4

NOT ES

W EEK NI NE

Summer AT E NSWOR TH |

W EEK SEV EN

Campus WE E K FIVE - JULY 3-7

Summer AT ENSWORTH |

Course Title

SPORTS CAMPS

JUNE 26-3 0

4343


Summer AT ENSWORTH Summer Courses, Programs, and Trips for Students of All Ages

Ensworth.com/Summer

H IGH S C HOOL CAMPUS 7401 Highway 100 Nashville, TN 37221 615.301.5400 Ensworth is a coeducational, kindergarten through twelfth grade, independent day school.

LOWER & MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMPUS 211 Ensworth Ave Nashville, TN 37205 615.383.0661

Ensworth Summer 2017  

Courses, Programs, and Trips for Students of All Ages in Nashville, TN

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