Amanda Bynes
Actress Amanda Bynes arrives at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards in New York, September 13, 2009. Reuters/Lucas Jackson

Troubled actress Amanda Bynes has re-enrolled at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) campus in Los Angeles, California.

The news was confirmed by her parents' lawyer, Tamar Arminak. The attorney also said that Bynes is “doing great.”

"We are all so proud of her, and can't wait to see her amazing designs on the runway someday," the attorney told People.

The actress first enrolled at FIDM’s campus in Orange County, California in January 2014 but stopped attending classes by July that year.

There were rumours that Bynes was kicked out of the school, but a former classmate said she “wasn't out of control and she never threw a fit,” People added. At the time, a hairstylist named Lindsey White said Bynes planned to finish school but decided to stop taking classes after a skin procedure.

Meanwhile, a source told E! News that Bynes was “originally” going to take a fashion design major but decided to take merchandise product development instead.

Bynes went active again on Twitter in 2014 when she accompanied designer Michael Costello to Los Angeles.

The “Hairspray” star tweeted about a potential transfer to New York University or Columbia University. She, however, was placed under a psychiatric hold at a treatment facility in West Coast in October.

Shortly after her release in November, Bynes tweeted that she had been diagnosed as bipolar and manic depressive. She also said that she’s still taking medication and seeing doctors weekly.

Due to her condition, Bynes was put under temporary conservatorship of her mother, Lynn Bynes.

The former child star has reportedly been in good shape since December, when she posted a Christmas Day selfie.

Bynes is once again trying to live a more balanced life by focusing on reading, yoga and reconnecting with her family, a source told E! News.

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