Bryn Mawr College

School Notes Overview:

For over 10 years, Bryn Mawr’s three-week residential Writing for College program has prepared high school age young women – rising sophomores, juniors, seniors, and recent graduates to write well for college in a program that is intensive, supportive and fun......

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School Overview:

County Delaware County, PA
Program Name Bryn Mawr College-Writing for College
Program Type Residential writing program and pre-college experience
Number of Students 50 students
Student Body Type All-girls
Grades Young women completing their sophomore, junior, or senior year -
First Session Start Date June 26
First Session End Date July 16
First Program Weeks 3 weeks
Program Director Ann Brown
Campus Area 135 acres
Founding Year 1993
Application Date 5/1/2019
Summer School Type Residential

School Notes:

  • For over 10 years, Bryn Mawr’s three-week residential Writing for College program has prepared high school age young women – rising sophomores, juniors, seniors, and recent graduates to write well for college in a program that is intensive, supportive and fun.
  • The academic, recreational and college preparatory dimensions are interwoven to create an integrated experience whose aim is to build a community of writers. All experiences, including seminars, workshops, tutorials, student readings, field trips, college visits, guest writers/speakers and personal interactions, work together to challenge and stimulate the community.
  • Writing for College will be offered in two writing-intensive strands: Creative Writing and Urban/Environmental Studies. Though the content of the readings and screenings, the focus of the writing, and the field trips for the strands will vary, the program’s emphasis on college-level writing is consistent across the strands.
  • Writing for College is a unique opportunity for high school young women to:

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