Aaron competed in the National Speech & Debate Association Middle School National Debate Tournament in Arizona. He made it to the elimination rounds and earned 6th place in the country for speaking. Aaron plans to improve for next year and hopes to participate in high school debate competitions.
Aaron is a middle school student with a passion for airplanes and flying. He is working towards his private pilot license and has logged over 14 hours of flight time. He is also involved in public speaking and debate, swimming, singing in his school's concert choir, and is a Cadet with the Civil Air Patrol. Aaron is committed to making a difference in the world.
Join our speech and debate study group to prepare for the National Tournament. We will meet weekly to practice debating and develop arguments. The main debate topic will be announced on May 1st. You don't have to go to the tournament to participate in the club. Register by Monday to join us!
I am a passionate Civil Air Patrol cadet who enjoys aerospace and learning leadership and emergency services. I earned the Curry Award and recently became a Cadet Airman 1st Class. My goal is to reach Cadet Staff Sergeant by October. I have learned to lead, solve problems, and work as part of a team in CAP. I am committed and attend weekly sessions and occasional weekend activities, such as completing a First Aid Course for the Emergency Services track.
Aaron, a 12-year-old aspiring pilot, is working towards his Private Pilot License (PPL). He has already mastered various flight maneuvers and is now focusing on landings and ground reference maneuvers. Aaron is also passionate about the STEM principles behind aviation and is eager to continue learning. With 15.4 flight hours and 32% completion of ground school, he is determined to achieve his goals. Additionally, Aaron has obtained the "Basic ATC/S1 Controller Rating" from VATUSA Training Academy, which will enhance his understanding of air traffic control.
I have been a member of the Mercer Island Beach Club swim team for four years, training for three hours per week. I also compete in swimming events at Indian Acres summer camp in Maine, New Hampshire, and occasionally Vermont. I enjoy snorkeling and free-diving as well.