Bryn Mawr’s All-Girl Baldwin School Inspire Unity and Growth

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The Balwin School's Class of 2017. The Bryn Mawr’s all-girl school creates a sense of solidarity among its students and inspires them to make a difference in the world.

Bryn Mawr’s all-girl Baldwin School creates a sense of solidarity among its students and inspires them to make a difference in the world, writes Madeleine Marr for Philly.com.

Marr gave the graduation address at the school this month. In it she reflected on her decision to join Baldwin and everything she learned during her years at the school, both inside and outside of the classroom.

Grateful that she was not swayed into choosing a different school at the fickle age of four, Marr believes her decision to join the school was the best she has ever made. Most of all, It provided a feeling of safety.

This was inspiring and empowering for Marr. It has also helped her realize the potential of her abilities and the change she could achieve.

“At Baldwin, I have always known that I am never alone,” said Marr. “I never felt that I couldn’t do anything, because I looked around every day and saw strong, intelligent women doing whatever they wanted.”

Read more about Marr’s experience at Baldwin at Philly.com by clicking here.

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