Bryn Mawr’s Admission Ambassadors work directly with the Admission Office to coordinate all student involvement in the admissions process. They are leaders of our community who play a critical role in welcoming our visitors to campus.

In addition to being spirited, every Ambassador is a Bryn Mawr expert. They are knowledgeable about the School, its rich traditions, and the many academic and extracurricular offerings. They are excited to meet you, answer your questions, and show you why they love Bryn Mawr!

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  • Abbie '19

    I have been a student at Bryn Mawr since third grade. I’m involved in many of our theater productions, working both backstage and in the tech booth. I am also one of the leaders of Surprise Club, a group that plans fun surprises for anyone who wants to attend. Outside of school, I play polo and do horseback riding. I’ve been riding since I was 3-years-old and started playing polo at eight. What I love most about Bryn Mawr is the teachers. They are all so helpful and really want you to succeed. I can definitely say that I wouldn't be the same person I am today without all of their encouragement through my years at Bryn Mawr.
  • Emma ‘20

    I came to Bryn Mawr for Little School, so I have been here since I was two! I am on the soccer, swim, and lacrosse teams. I am also part of the Athletic Association and serve as one of the photo editors for our school newspaper, The Quill. What I love most about Bryn Mawr is our small class sizes, which allow everyone to contribute their ideas in a supportive and encouraging environment. Also, our teachers are so helpful. They are always willing to meet if I have a question or just want to talk.
  • Isabel ‘19

    I came to Bryn Mawr in ninth grade from Calvert School. I’m the captain of the tennis and golf teams, as well as a leader of the club Weaving Hope. I have a passion for STEM, which I have been able to nurture through the exceptional math and science departments at Bryn Mawr. One thing that I love about Bryn Mawr is the fabulous dynamic that happens in the classroom. The teachers encourage us to challenge ourselves and consider many different perspectives on the topic at hand. This creates an amazing environment of collaboration, learning and respect.
  • Lexi ‘20

    Something I love about Bryn Mawr is definitely the community that is cultivated within the school. From teachers to students, everyone around you just wants to see you prosper. I was brand new to Bryn Mawr in ninth grade, and my favorite story to tell, because I think it best demonstrates our welcoming community, is that my freshman year I wanted to run for class president. I was a brand new student, had been here maybe four months at most, and didn’t really know anybody. I didn't win that year, but the fact that I felt comfortable enough to run at all is crazy! The Bryn Mawr community wrapped me up in its warmth so quickly, I felt like I should run. My 10th grade year, I was elected sophomore class president and I loved it. This year, I decided to take on a different responsibility of being a Student Ambassador for Admissions. I’m involved in Model Congress, Black Student Union, and I run an improv club. On an athletic side, I play field hockey, run track, and I’ve played softball.
  • Lilly ‘19

    I have been at Bryn Mawr since kindergarten, and what I love most is the teachers. They are all very approachable, and over the years I have been able to build relationships with many of my teachers. They are just as eager to help us as we are to learn, and they want all of us to succeed. I’ve been playing tennis at Bryn Mawr since Middle School, and have also participated in track, Jewish Student Association, Baltimore Girls School Leadership Coalition, and I am a Student Ambassador.
  • Maddie ‘20

    When I came to Bryn Mawr for sixth grade, it was a smooth transition. I chose Bryn Mawr because I wanted the best future possible for myself. I saw the hard work and motivation the girls had, and knew that I wanted to be a part of a community as amazing as Bryn Mawr. I currently play on the field hockey and ice hockey teams, and used to play lacrosse. I enjoy taking photography and art classes, and being a part of the clubs, One Love, Polar Bear Plunge, and American Red Cross.
  • Margo ‘19

    I came to Bryn Mawr in eighth grade.Throughout high school, I’ve played for the varsity lacrosse, basketball, and track teams. I’ve also been a Student Ambassador since my junior year, and a part of the Athletic Association since freshman year. My favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr is, without a doubt, Gym Drill. As many of us say, it’s something you have to be a part of or attend to understand its significance to our community. There is no other feeling I can compare it to. I love standing on the field for our dances, cheering for all the other grades and seeing each cultural dance. I will never forget the tears that my class shared when we received the senior banner.
  • Mia ‘20

    I came to Bryn Mawr in seventh grade. When I stepped foot on this campus, I knew it was the right school for me from the feeling I got when I visited. The people made me feel right at home and like I belonged. I discovered my love for the arts and languages here, and I am now pursuing them both. Bryn Mawr has exposed me to the things that have helped me find myself over the last couple years - musical theatre, choirs, and so much more. It has also exposed me to clubs and afterschool activities like CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for children), tutoring, and being a teacher assistant with the younger students either at Bryn Mawr or in the greater Baltimore area. This school has provided me with so many opportunities that I never would have even thought to try, and I love Bryn Mawr because of this and am very grateful that I’ve had the chance to be a part of this community.
  • Olivia ‘19

    I came to Bryn Mawr in sixth grade, and since starting here I have participated in soccer, basketball, softball, track, volleyball, and swimming. I’m also involved in many clubs including ceramics, GSA, Weaving Hope, Wounded Warriors,The Quill, and many more. I love my teachers at Bryn Mawr because they are all so passionate about their subject, and love teaching. Due to their love, I found that I now like many subjects I never believed I would.
  • Olivia ‘20

    I made the decision to attend Bryn Mawr as a sixth grader because of the warmth and acceptance of the community. Whether it was through a simple "hi" underneath the portico or an in depth conversation, all of the students and teachers I have encountered over these past six years have made this campus feel like a second home. Now, as a member of the Upper School, I am a mentor for underclassmen in various subjects, and a member of Invest in Girls, an after school program that promotes financial literacy for high school aged girls. I am primarily interested in the humanities, which has led me to become a delegate for Model United Nations, and a writer for The Quill. During my freshman and sophomore years at Bryn Mawr, I played volleyball, and I plan on pursuing track this year as a junior.
  • Rachel ‘20

    I came to Bryn Mawr for sixth grade from a small co-ed school called Montessori. I play golf and cello both in and out of school, and have been a part of CSL (Community Service Learning) since Middle School. I am also a part of Model Congress, Invest in Girls, and Yearbook. Aside from school, I enjoy traveling, taking pictures, baking, trying new restaurants, and spending time with my family, friends, and dog! My favorite spot on campus is any English classroom because we have something very special, the Harkness table. I view the Harkness table as an essential part of the classroom because it brings everyone together, enriches our class discussions, encourages me to be more engaged and active, and enhances my learning experience. Over my years at Bryn Mawr, I have come to realize the true beauty of the discussions at our Harkness tables, and I appreciate every second I have sitting at one.
  • Sam ‘19

    I came to Bryn Mawr in ninth grade, after attending Baltimore County Public Schools through Middle School, and it has definitely been a great experience. I chose Bryn Mawr because of the amazing academics and teachers. A Bryn Mawr education prepares you so well for college, and the teacher-student relationship is very strong. At school, I am involved with soccer, winter track, lacrosse, tutoring and serve as a Student Ambassador. My favorite subjects are math and computer science. Outside of school, I am a referee for soccer and play club lacrosse. There are so many traditions at Bryn Mawr that I love, such as Grym Drill and convocation speeches. Each senior has to write and present a fifteen minute speech to the Upper School during convocation. It is a great way for each student to have a voice, and for everyone to come together as a community and listen.
  • Tabi ‘20

    I came to Bryn Mawr in ninth grade after being homeschooled throughout elementary and middle school. I enjoy playing field hockey for Bryn Mawr and working as an editor for our school newspaper, The Quill. I really enjoy the art classes offered at Bryn Mawr, and my favorite spot on campus in the Library Quad. I like how it is surrounded by trees and buildings. It’s always a nice place to work because it is relatively quiet, comfortable and beautiful.
Each year, we interview a few seniors about their college, their Bryn Mawr experience, and what they are looking forward to in the next step of their education. Check out their profiles to hear from seniors directly about why they chose their college or university, and how Bryn Mawr helped to prepare them.

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Located in Baltimore, Maryland, The Bryn Mawr School is a private all-girls pre-kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school with a coed preschool for ages 2 months through 5 years. Bryn Mawr provides students with exceptional educational opportunities on a beautiful 26-acre campus within the city limits. Inquisitive girls, excellent teaching, strong student-teacher relationships and a clear mission sustain our vibrant school community where girls always come first.