What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
My favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr would have to be, upper school convocation. After lunch, every day, going to sit in my convocation seat, and listen to the senior speeches of people I have grown up with is something that is so special. Each convocation is interesting in a different way and gets me thinking about what I will write mine about!
What is your favorite place on campus?
My favorite place on campus is the Innovation Lab. I have grown quite fond of the Innovation Lab over the past few years. I have had a few classes there as well as spending loads of time after school there doing work, studying, and hanging out with my friends!
What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
I love the people and the community the most! Being here since kindergarten has allowed me to create relationships with so many people, everyone is so kind. The Bryn Mawr community means everything to me and I will definitely miss it once I graduate.
Why attend an all-girls school?
Going to a predominantly girls' school has given me huge advantages that I am so grateful for. It is an empowering and encouraging environment that helps create confidence in academic and non-academic values and focuses on each individual's core values and contribution to the school community.
What do you love about being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr?
I love introducing and showing new or interested families around the campus I have known my whole life. I am a very talkative person and enjoy answering questions about the school and giving insight into what Bryn Mawr life is like.
Tell us a little about yourself:
Hi, I’m Tessa, I am a junior and I have been at Bryn Mawr since kindergarten. I am a winter and spring track athlete and participate in so many fun clubs like BSU, The violet project, Film Club, Spanish Club, Nature Club & Whip it Up!