After four years on the grounds of St. Ann’s Episcopal Church at the corner of 5th Avenue and Woodland Street in East Nashville, Episcopal School of Nashville has moved. ESN humbly began with a few modular buildings, called cottages with two classes: a combined Pre-K/K class and a joint 1st/2nd grade class. ESN’s oldest students now begin their sixth grade year in the historic Ross Building. Students, families, faculty, and staff are thrilled to be in this new-to-them building, just minutes from their previous location. The 2020-2021 school year has started with On-Campus Connections and a Distance Learning Program, with plans to expand our time on campus over time.
“This is a monumental day for Episcopal School of Nashville. This building is an answer to many prayers and enables us to become the school we have dreamed of for a long time.” – Harrison Stuart, Head of School
With mind and spirt soaring, let’s keep movin’ on!