Building upon Bryn Mawr’s foundational college preparatory curriculum – our Core Program, Personalized Pathways is designed to let students pursue their interests and deepen their understanding and experience in one of three areas: Arts, Global Studies, or STEM/Entrepreneurship. Students may apply to this optional program during the tenth grade year.
Through Bryn Mawr’s Core Program and the introduction of Personalized Pathways, students can pursue opportunities to connect their academic studies with significant and meaningful experiences beyond the classroom. Students will create experiential learning opportunities in our program, such as curating an art exhibit, participating in an international exchange, organizing an event for classmates, or interning with a researcher. Along the way, students are guided by faculty and advisors and may culminate their work with a Capstone project during their senior year. Successful completion of the Personalized Pathways program will result in a scholar designation on their official Bryn Mawr transcript.
At Bryn Mawr, we want each student to receive an education that enables them to build a strong, distinctive, resourceful self. Our Personalized Pathways program is one of the ways we fulfill our commitment to graduating resilient, confident, self-assured young adults who are comfortable with risk, possessed of important life skills, and active participants in both individual and community pursuits.