Online School for Girls President Brad Rathgeber says that the school is successful because class sizes are small, averaging 20 or fewer students per class. The teachers, who come from top girls' schools across the county, are experts in their disciplines. The high-quality curriculum is built around the important educational principles of collaboration, creativity, connection, and real-world application.
Each year, the Online School for Girls currently offers more than 15 full-year courses or semester courses. Additionally, there are several summer courses for students as well as professional development courses for teachers. A complete list of courses, course descriptions, and information about admission and fees is available at onlineschoolforgirls.org
The Bryn Mawr School was founded in 1885 by five women as an independent, nonsectarian, college-preparatory school for girls from preschool through grade twelve. We believe that a diversity of opinions, experiences, and backgrounds enriches learning and teaching and prepares students to engage with the broader community with insight, conviction, and compassion. A Bryn Mawr education is grounded in the expectation that young women will be resilient in the face of complexity, ambiguity, and change; will become responsible and confident participants in the world; and will lead considered and consequential lives.