Aubrey Saunders ’18

Franklin & Marshall College
Aubrey Saunders ’18 learned from a discussion-based classroom to become a stronger writer.

Describe a meaningful class and teacher.

My most interesting teacher was Kathy Rogers ’75 (English). She perfectly created a conversation-based environment, which I admire so much about George School. I was encouraged to voice my opinions and either disagree or agree with my classmates and Kathy herself. She helped me to become a far stronger writer than I ever was before.

How did Quakerism impact your student experience?

Students and faculty are encouraged to follow the Quaker values of simplicity, peace, integrity, community, equality, and stewardship and to maintain a healthy and welcoming community for all.

More about Aubrey:

A three-season athlete (soccer, winter track, and baseball), Aubrey has learned that “chemistry and teamwork are an essential part of a team’s success.” He also served as a peer group leader and admissions tour guide and took part in the Short Film Club.