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  • Class Day

    Class Day 2017: Celebrating Student Achievements
  • Class of 2017

    The Next Step: Class of 2017 College Report
  • Graduation

    Graduation 2017: Snapshot Memories. A last look at the Class of 2017 as they officially conclude their years as Bryn Mawr students.
  • Let's Not Grow Up

    Ms. Montague's “Playwright’s Craft” eighth grade drama elective class has written stage adaptations of popular children’s books that will be performed by a group of sixth graders on 6/2/2017 at 7:00 p.m. This performance, entitled “Let’s Not Grow Up,” is free for all, and features stories by authors Maurice Sendak, Ruth Krause and Shel Silverstein.
  • Getting to Know Sue

    A Q&A with Bryn Mawr's tenth head of school, Sue Sadler
  • 15 Remawrkable Years

    More than 500 parents, alumnae, faculty and friends gather to celebrate the tenure of Headmistress Maureen E. Walsh.
  • A Fairway First

    The Mawrtians capture Bryn Mawr's first-ever IAAM "A" Conference golf title.
  • Center Stage Honors Alia Zerhouni '27

    Congratulations are in order for Bryn Mawr second grader Alia Zerhouni, who was selected as one of the 2017 Center Stage Young Playwrights Festival honorees. Alia's play, entitled "The Little Kiwi," was one of only six plays – out of 600 entries – that was selected to be professional staged and performed at Center Stage. From the play description: "It’s never easy to move to a new place, especially if you’re a Little Kiwi. With grouchy neighbors and funny new smells, nothing feels like home. But with a little courage, and a lot of love, Little Kiwi might just find a way to fit in."
  • Chem-Mastery

    Bryn Mawr brings home the Chemathon grand prize for the first time in 12 years, thanks in part to the foresight of three former team members.
  • Breakfast & Books Series

    Sponsored by Student Affinity Groups, the Breakfast & Books Series is an Upper School student-led effort, supported by the Parents' Association Committee for Diversity & Inclusion.
  • Charting a New Path

    Bryn Mawr’s new Personalized Pathways program will offer students the opportunity to follow their passions and chart their own journey through the Upper School.
  • Cum Laude Society Inducts 15 New Members

    On the morning of April 3, seven students from the Class of 2017 joined eight students from the Class of 2018 as inductees into the Bryn Mawr chapter of the Cum Laude Society.
  • Junior Receives Grant from Johns Hopkins for Film Project

    Bryn Mawr junior Sage Okolo has received a production grant from Johns Hopkins University for her film proposal entitled "Alongside the Car." The grant, provided by the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in Film and Media to help create documentaries, movies, TV series and more in Baltimore, is worth $40,000 - $70,000 and will fund the creation of Okolo's film. She is one of nine Baltimore upcoming artists selected for the Fund's Bold Voices, New Paradigms Incubator program.
  • Special Guests on Campus

    Recently, Bryn Mawr welcomed two special guests to campus: Professor Lucy Ann Hurston, pictured at left in a ninth grade English class; and author Clare Vanderpool, pictured at the fifth grade Newbery Luncheon.
  • Spring Into Sisterhood

    An annual surprise event focuses on building strong relationships in the sixth grade.
  • Two Seniors Named National Merit Finalists

    Congratulations to seniors Elizabeth Macksey and Katherine Nurminsky, who have been named National Merit Finalists by the College Board!
  • Cross-Divisional Art Show

    A thematic cross-divisional arts exhibition featuring art work by students in Little, Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools. This year's exhibition theme is: Expressing Emotions. Opening reception Friday, April 7th from 4-6pm in Centennial Hall lobby.
  • US Dancy Company Performance

    This year’s performance includes choreography by Dance Company Director Emily Tankersley, Stephanie Kawesch, senior Katherine Nurminsky, and alumna Brooke Rubin ’08.
  • Our Town

    "Our Town" is presented with special permission from Samuel French Described by Edward Albee as "...the greatest American play ever written," the story follows the people of Grover's Corners through three acts: "Daily Life," "Love and Marriage," and "Death and Eternity." Narrated by stage managers and performed with minimal props and sets, audiences follow the Webb and Gibbs families as their children fall in love, marry, and eventually—in one of the most famous scenes in American theatre—die. In Bryn Mawr's student-led adaptation, we will be incorporating original multimedia work and contemporary costuming.
  • Register for Summer 2017

    Camps are filling up, register today!
  • Laurie Vennes (left) and Jeanette Budzik

    New Division Directors Announced

    On January 10, Bryn Mawr announced the appointment of two new division directors  Laurie Vennes in the Lower School and Jeanette Budzik as interim director in the Upper School. Read the full community announcement.
  • Game, Set, Match

    The Bryn Mawr tennis team earns its third IAAM A Conference Championship title in four years
  • Travel, Connect, Engage

    Hear directly from 2016 global programs participants about the most memorable moments of their trips and what they will take with them from these experiences.
  • Snow Angel

    from Playscripts . . .

    When the quiet town of Deerpoint, Vermont is hit by the biggest blizzard in 107 years, a mysterious girl named Eva steps out of a snow bank and into the lives of 15 confused teenagers who are asked to help her in her search. What Eva's searching for -- and who she truly is -- becomes a mystery that baffles, divides, and energizes the teens of Deerpoint. Told through journal entries and interactions among the students over the course of a single snow day, Snow Angel is a funny and eerie tale of teen angst, discovery, and the power of believing.
  • Sue Sadler Named Head of School

    The Bryn Mawr School Board of Trustees has unanimously appointed Sue Sadler to serve as the tenth headmistress of The Bryn Mawr School, effective July 1, 2017.
  • Melanie Lyons Whelan '95 of SoulCycle

    It was such an honor to welcome Melanie Lyons Whelan '95, CEO of SoulCycle (and an incredible and inspirational leader!), back to campus.
  • Into the Woods

    The Bryn Mawr Upper School presents: Into the Woods

    From Music Theatre International . . .
    James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone's favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless, yet relevant, piece... and a rare modern classic. The Tony Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching.
  • This is The Bryn Mawr Way

    Led by our Board of Trustees, The Bryn Mawr School endorsed an ambitious new strategic plan in 2016 that builds upon Bryn Mawr’s powerful academic reputation and strengths, while ensuring that we nurture our girls in every aspect of their lives.
  • Around the World

    Walk inside of the KVB gym on one particularly special spring morning, and one can get a glimpse of the many corners of the world. It is the day of the beloved Bryn Mawr International Bazaar and the air is filled with excitement. The fourth grade girls set up their country tables, the culmination of eight months of hard work and research. Read the Story...
  • Graduation: In Pictures

    On Tuesday, June 7, faculty and staff, family and friends gathered in the Graduation Garden to watch the 73 seniors in the Class of 2016 receive their Bryn Mawr diplomas. There were smiles, tears, and hugs as the girls spent their last day together as a collective whole and concluded their years as Bryn Mawr students. View the pictures and read the story...
  • Back from the Brink

    Nine months after a ruptured brain aneurysm nearly killed her, Cleo Baker '09 is ready to take on her new life, with a little help from her (Bryn Mawr) friends.
  • Four Legs, Two Wheels

    Thanks to the ingenuity of Bryn Mawr seventh graders, Dasha, a paraplegic kitten, is ready to roll.
  • Bryn Mawr Community Announcement

    Maureen Walsh announced today that she will conclude her leadership at the end of the 2016-17 academic year, marking her fifteenth year as Headmistress. Ms. Walsh has served as the ninth headmistress of The Bryn Mawr School since July 1, 2002.

    Click here to read the full announcement
  • Empty Bowls Dinner

    A unique dinner combines art and community to join in the grassroots effort to fight hunger in Baltimore City.

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  • Lion King Jr. Photo Essay

    Middle School students bring the African savanna to life in this unforgettable musical.
  • National Merit Finalists

    Congratulations to seniors Molly Tunis and Emily Pan, who have been named National Merit Scholarship Finalists!

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  • Pulitzer Winner Sheryl WuDunn

    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and human rights advocate Sheryl WuDunn will speak to Upper School students at Bryn Mawr during a special assembly on Monday, April 11.
  • Lion King, Jr. - MS Musical

    The Bryn Mawr Middle School presents the much-loved "Lion King" to our stage in a stunning production of "Lion King Jr.," performing March 4, 5, and 6. The musical adaptation of the hit Disney movie has been scaled to an appropriate level for middle school performers and is sure to be a treat for all ages! Featuring familiar songs from the movie such as “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King” and “The Circle of Life,” it also features songs from the Broadway show such as “Shadowland” and “He Lives in You.”
  • Bryn Mawr Worldwide

    The Global Education Program provides a range of experiential learning opportunities around the world

    "During my time on exchange I learned a lot about myself and about the community that I was in, and had a lot of time to reflect. I was able to understand myself and my own community at Bryn Mawr better because I was now viewing it from a different perspective..."  - Grace Greene '16
  • Legally Blonde The Musical

    Legally Blonde The Musical brings the much-loved movie to life with great songs and lots of dance.  We make the journey to Harvard with our pink-attired heroine, Elle Woods, as she encounters challenges, questions stereotypes, and embraces self-discovery.  How easy it is to judge others by first appearances, but as the story advances we see Elle bring her own unique skills to benefit a wide circle of characters. Legally Blonde The Musical showcases strong roles for our female performers and includes a great cast of Upper School students from Bryn Mawr and boys from Gilman, and other area schools.
  • Bryn Mawr girls soccer tops Friends

    Bryn Mawr junior midfielder Claire Dunbar talks about the Marwtians win over Friends in girls soccer Wednesday, Oct. 14

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  • Pitch Perfect

    The Bryn Mawr varsity softball team finishes the season 17-0, claiming the IAAM B Conference title.

    It was the beginning of May, and Bryn Mawr Varsity Softball Head Coach James Brown was in a place that, in more than 18 years of coaching, he had never been before. His team had finished the regular season a perfect 14-0 – a mark that no Bryn Mawr softball team had ever achieved. Now, they headed into the tournament as the favorites. However, they were almost sure to face Chapelgate Christian Academy, the only team that had very nearly beaten them. Could the Mawrtians hold on to their perfect season?

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Located in Baltimore, Maryland, The Bryn Mawr School is a private all-girls 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.