Bryn Mawr is a great school. this was our first experience in public school and to be honest was very afraid that my kids were not going to succeed. To my surprise not only they adapted pretty fast but engage in a great environment with very professional staff caring and passionate in their work. My kids made friends fast thrived socially and academically and most of all were happy little souls like never before. I never imagined being such a "small kind of hidden school in Loma Linda" would ended in a fantastic experience with parents that are really involved with their kids and honest staff who give 100% all the time. I am very satisfied with the big change we made; knowing that it was the right decision in every aspect of my kids emotional health.
Bryn Mawr Elementary School is a public elementary school in Loma Linda. The principal of Bryn Mawr Elementary School is James O'Neill, whose e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 776 students go to Bryn Mawr Elementary School and identify mostly as Black, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and Hispanic. 11% of the Bryn Mawr Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 58% of the 776 students here get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Bryn Mawr Elementary School is 21:1. Montessori In Redlands School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- Video film production
- P.E. classes
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I have four children who have attended/are attending this school. My oldest is 17 now and my youngest is 5 about to start Kindergarten this upcoming school year. I have remained in this school's boundaries purposely so that all of the chidren could benefit from the amazing teachers and principals throughout the years and even the office staff are outstanding! HIGHLY RECOMMEND BRYN MAWR! GO BLUE JAYS! )
The new principal has not been able to perform at the standards set by his predecessor.
The school is really awesome but the yard duty staff is very rude to the children especiallyaudrey MARIE ESPECIALLY and needs to be looked into.
The teachers and staff here are outstanding. My daughter has been going to this school since Kinder and absolutely loves it.
I think the principal is great and is trying to do his best with the budget cuts. But it is way too crowded in the classroom and the teachers always seem pretty overwhelmed. As a result the teaching is rushed as they try to hurry through things with so many students. But next year they are opening up another school so hopefully it will get better.
This place was great thanks Mrs Jamie Daily Jaggerson Evans Harding and Gomez. Couldn't have done everything w/out you ladies =)
My oldest son have attended this school and my 2nd is in 4th grade and my last one will be soon in kinder garten I have a great trust in this school with the great principal teachers team members and the most important thing is the school curriculum.
my daughter just loves being at that school
This school not only offers a top education for it's students it also has many extra activities and rewards for academics and attendance. The teachers are amazing and our principal Mr.O'Neill has really gotten our children excited about learning. The PTA rocks! -- All the extras they provide to the children reinforce good behavior and academic achievement. The 'private' school we attended before had nothing to offer compared to this school. Go Blue Jays!!!
My son joined Bryn Mawr for 5th grade. He especially enjoyed the sports that the principal engaged the 5th graders in. As parents we greatly appreciated his teacher's intervention whenever he would lose focus.
I am not impressed with the school. As the previous poster stated it is over crowded and the grounds are not very sanitary. I moved here for this school but unfortunately don't have my child attend it. The curriculum is not that advanced as mentioned...just hype and only hype. Sadly disappointed with this mega elementary school.
I think this school is over rated. My experience here thus far has proved to be children out of control in the lunchroom and noisy. The grounds are just average and not that clean. The curriculum is average and not advanced compared to what I am used to. We came from a true California distinguished school...and this school doesn't even compare. I am disappointed considering all the hype surrounding it. My honest opinion is it overcrowded and over rated. Maybe my standards are too high--but they should be for the kids sake. Overall this school is a giant disappointment to me (
All three of my children have attended/ are currently attending Bryn Mawr. I have been greatly impressed with the overall quality of teachers and leadership and activities. My kids have all had great experiences so far.
Both my children are students there. I HIGHLY recommend 'HAVIPPLAND' teachers Mrs. Harvard and Mrs. SHIpp for kindergarten. They are THE most loving. caring and wonderful teachers. They also challenge the children. AWESOME teachers!!! school has alot of extracurricular activities. Drama club guitar club running club. My kids love this school as well as ME!!!.
From kindergarten to 5th grade all the teachers are wonderful people that love teaching children. My children are lucky to be in Bryn Mawr.
Great school and great teachers. Principal needs to learn how to be a people person. Other then that he is a good person. I recommend this school for all children.
I like this school a great deal. It will reach the world through it's children taught there. Like all other schools something's and/or some decisions are not good for the children. If I had the choice though I would send all kids to Bryn Mawr to learn and become a productive citizen. Great job Bryn Mawr teachers!
My children have been going to Bryn Mawr for the past three years and we love this school! The teachers and staff are wonderful; the principal is attentive to each child; and the activities are family oriented and educational. One of our favorites is the reading rally they hold at the end of the school year. As far as academics the children have grown in leaps and bounds each year. They really strive for excellence!
Bryn Mawr has teachers that really care and take the time to help their students.