Bryn Mawr Online High School for Girls...
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Why Bryn Mawr?
Learning You Can See.
We believe in the delights and demands of learning. At Bryn Mawr, we inspire each girl to discover her voice, rise to challenges and grow into her own extraordinary self.
Virtual Learning, Real Connections.
Bryn Mawr Online offers live, synchronous classes Monday through Thursday. Fridays are reserved for office hours with teachers, special events and speakers, or for students to pursue interests of their own. We offer two enrollment options: full-time or part-time, allowing students to learn with us in a diploma-awarding program or select courses of interest that may not be available to them in their geographic area.
Inspiring Girls Everywhere.
When girls have the space to learn and lead, they can achieve anything. Our all-girls environment will strengthen your academic skills, boost your self-confidence, and help you flourish in any field, no matter where you are.
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Latest News At Bryn Mawr
Renowned Fashion Designer Sergio Hudson visits BMOS
Beyoncé, Kerry Washington, Jennifer Lopez, and Priyanka Chopra are among the stars and celebrities that luxury fashion designer Sergio Hudson has styled. Last week, he Zoomed into a Bryn Mawr Online class to talk with students and faculty.
Students Create AI Generated Artwork
Recently, we shared an article with students highlighting how an artist won an art competition with a piece of work generated by Artificial Intelligence. The students immediately asked many questions ranging from how this is possible, what does it mean to be an artist, and is an AI-generated work “art”. After the discussion, students expressed interest in learning more about the algorithm and a desire to create their own unique works.
Speak Your Mind
We Asked Bryn Mawr Online students, what DON’T you miss about your old school? Here’s what they said.
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