Aaron Zhao ’19

Franklin & Marshall College
Whether in the swimming pool or at Model United Nations, Aaron improved his own skills by collaborating with others.

Describe an extracurricular activity you particularly enjoyed.

One of the most interesting activities outside the classroom was the Model United Nations conference. I had a passion for international affairs and for collaborating with other students to enhance my public speaking, online research, critical thinking, and leadership abilities.

What have you learned from being an athlete?

Swimming played a major role in my life at George School. It taught me discipline and dedication. I broke the George School record for the 50-yard freestyle, and my passion for swimming increased even more.

More about Aaron:

In addition to MUN, Aaron was a peer group leader and was on Student Council, the GS Food Committee, Art for Relief, and the Sexual Assault Prevention Task Force. His athletic activities  aside from swimming included  playing football, tennis, and running track while at George School.